pain relief FAQs

FAQs

Find answers to common questions related to pain relief. expand_more
By dotFIT experts
on January 21, 2009
A recent meta-analysis from the Canadian Medical Association Journal concluded static magnets (commonly found in bracelets) do not reduce pain such as arthritis or fibromyalgia. More...
There are plenty of supplements claiming joint support but few live up to the exciting claims. There is enough supporting evidence in some to More...
There’s lots of folklore around this topic. There is only one tried and true hangover reliever but you have to have your wits about you before you go to bed More...
Hangover cures are mostly wishful thinking or personal if someone feels that something works for them. There is only one tried and true hangover reliever: More...
Plan, record, dilute, pace, eat, leave, and remember (see below). The other part of the answer is to avoid a few of the functions where you know everyone will be drinking more More...
Hangover cures are mostly wishful thinking or personal if someone feels that something works for them. There is only one tried and true hangover reliever: More...
Besides drinking slightly less alcohol and/or spacing (at least an hour between drinks) your total consumption evenly throughout the event so More...
Exercise headaches occur during or after sustained, strenuous exercise. Activities most commonly associated with exercise headaches are running, rowing, tennis, More...
There is some compelling research that demonstrates that cabbage juice may assist with ulcers (ulcerative colitis). Since cabbage, being a vegetable, has other health benefits, it will More...
In sensitive people, protein powders can cause constipation and/or bloating based on the type of protein and/or sugars used. If constipation is the issue, using a protein powder with More...