Drug-Free Remedies for Chronic Pain

by Loolwa Khazzoom • January 5, 2010 • AARP , Health & Wellness

This cover story for AARP magazine explores complementary and alternative medicine for natural pain relief — including movement-based therapies such as yoga; mind-body medicine such as guided imagery; nutritional and herbal remedies such as Omega-3 supplements; energy healing such as tai chi; physical manipulation such as massage; and lifestyle changes such as good sleeping habits.

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3 Responses to “Drug-Free Remedies for Chronic Pain”

  1. herbalhealing
    Mar 17, 2010

    hey guys, we came here after an quick yahoo search. Nice post you got here! Keep it up!

  2. Lilia M Kull
    Mar 24, 2010

    Really explanatory – continue to spread your message. Getting excited about an update. For too long now have I had the need to begin my personal blog. Suppose if I put it off any more I’ll never take action. I’ll make sure to include you in my Blogroll. Thanks again!!

  3. Health Junkies
    Oct 02, 2014

    Drugs often just ‘mask’ the underlying problem – treat the symptoms not the cause kinda thing, and they often cause other unwanted side effects. It’s much better to try do things the drug free way. Thanks for the share.

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Loolwa KhazzoomLoolwa Khazzoom has worked with leading media outlets, including The New York Times, CNN, Rolling Stone, and ABC News. In addition, she has published two books and has lectured at prestigious venues including Barnard Center for Research on Women, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and Harvard University. Loolwa is passionate about health, music, dance, multiculturalism, and Judaism.

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