Pain is something that we have all experienced. Whether it’s from an injury, a headache, joint problems, carpal tunnel or even headaches. Pain is characterized by an unpleasant sensation and experience where damage occurs on the human body.
After exercise, especially intense sessions, you may feel some nausea, cramping of muscles, pain and fatigue. A lot of athletes
Pain can be divided into mild, moderate, severe. Pain can also be categorized into acute, chronic and cancer pain. The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) sate that 11.2% – 25.3 million American adults experienced pain every day for the past three months. The American Academy of Pain Medicine state that the most common pain conditions are headaches (5.4%), back pain (3.2%), arthritis (2%).
Seeing as pain is so common, and is one of the main reasons for a decrease in workflow and productivity (workers lost 4.6 hours per week of being productive due to pain), pain is something that we don’t know all that much about. While we can treat the symptoms of pain, we can’t cure it.
Common medications such as painkillers can be used for pain management. More experience cases of pain, morphine and other opioid based drugs are used. cannabisMD and our team aim to provide you with a web-based library containing countless amounts of accurate information of pain, its causes, factors and treatments.
cannabisMD aim to provide information about alternative, organic and safe treatments, and methods that could potentially help manage pain. Of these treatments is medical cannabis and cannabinoid (CBD oil). All of which have shown promising results in clinical studies and research. In these articles we discuss many aliments, physical or mental and methods that you could use to potentially help better deal with your pain.