Try These Exercises to Reduce Chronic Pain!

Cardio exercises

Cardiovascular exercise has several physical and mental benefits and can be helpful for people with chronic pain. Cardio can be done any time of day and often requires little or no equipment. Walking 30 minutes every day can help increase your strength. If you aren’t a fan of walking, you can swim–it’s a great alternative to walking, especially when you have mobility issues.

Relaxation exercises

These are excellent for people who are dealing with chronic pain. The best part of them is that they can be done anywhere. Lie on you back, place your hands on your belly, close your eyes and take a deep breath in through your nose. Exhale through your mouth and repeat this process every evening before bed.


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