Pain

Pain medicine deals with improving the quality of life for those living with pain issues. 

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Ignore Your Chest Pains

Chest pains can come in a variety of forms, be it sharp, dull, burning, aching, stabbing, or tightness in your chest. As diverse as the types of chest pains present, the many causes of chest pains can indicate one of the various different issues.

Though you might often associate chest pains with heart attacks, there are other causes that may have led to your chest pains such as lung disorders, muscle and bone injuries, or a digestive system condition.

However minor you think your chest pains are, with certain accompanying symptoms, it may warrant a visit to your doctor. Especially so if your chest pains are lasting beyond 5 minutes. This can indicate a possibility of life-threatening issues pertaining to some of your body’s most important organs: your heart or lungs. 

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3 Comparisons Between Japanese White Turmeric And Yellow Turmeric For Joint Pain

There are many different types of turmeric found around the world. The one you are most likely familiar with is Curcuma Longa, also known as Yellow Turmeric. It is commonly found in Indian cuisine and used in health supplements.

Japanese White Turmeric is exclusively grown in Kyushu, Japan. It was discovered to contain highly potent anti-inflammatory agents.

While both Japanese White Turmeric and Yellow Turmeric are used in supplements for joint pain, they are not the same. Here are 3 differences between the two types of turmeric used for joint pain supplements.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Treat Arthritis With Japanese White Turmeric

Did you know that there are more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions? Arthritis is an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint disease, and generally refers to the inflammation of joints.

At the time of writing, Turmeron Joint is the only supplement containing Japanese White Turmeric that tackles primary inflammation.

Japanese White Turmeric is currently only grown in Kyushu, Japan. As there is a patent on the plant and its medicinal properties, only Turmeron Joint and its allied companies can sell it as a supplement.

With so many supplements out there for joint pain, you may be wondering what makes Japanese White Turmeric one of the best options in the market.

Here are 3 reasons why Japanese White Turmeric works so well for treating arthritis. 

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The Ultimate Guide to Migraine Treatments in Singapore (2020)

Migraines can be headaches to deal with, affecting one in ten people globally [1]. But what are they? How do you cure them? If you’re curious to understand more about these dreadful headaches, read on for the definition of migraines, major risk factors, classical features of migraines, and more!

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The Ultimate Guide to Japanese White Turmeric and Other Supplements for Osteoarthritis

Do you have joint pain (osteoarthritis)? Japanese White Turmeric can help reduce inflammation and pain with minimal side effects. In research done so far (see below for further discussion), around 70% of osteoarthritis participants had significant and/or good improvement. There have been no side effects reported, and Japanese White Turmeric can be taken with other medication, even those not related to osteoarthritis treatment. How does this turmeric work? Why should you trust the results? Read on to find out!

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The Ultimate Guide to Osteoarthritis Treatment in the U.S. (2020)

Osteoarthritis is a painful condition that’s due to wear and tear in your joints as you grow older.

The supportive tissue in your knee joint acts like the suspension system in a car, absorbing all the shocks from the physical activities in your daily life, such as running, climbing the stairs, and jumping. Now imagine what will happen to the suspension after the same car has been driven for over 60 years!

It’s no wonder that half of the people over 65 years old have osteoarthritis, which makes up around 7.5 million adults in the U.S. in 2018. 

While osteoarthritis is not reversible, it’s possible to slow its progress and reduce the amount of pain you feel. Read on to find out more!

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