Yes sir, Dr. Seuss!
Let’s start with the good news.
“The scientists found that the smallest changes in the participants' sleep patterns correlated with changes in pain sensitivity.
‘The results clearly show that even very subtle changes in nightly sleep — reductions that many of us think little of in terms of consequences — have a clear impact on your next-day pain burden,’ [Adam} Krause says.
"This is a critical neural system that assesses and categorizes the pain signals and allows the body's own natural painkillers to come to the rescue," notes Krause. “
“A new study from Baghdad’s Al-Rafidain University College found that osteoarthritis patients who were administered resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red grape skin, reported reduced pain and inflammation in their knees.“
“The 71-year-old was confined to a wheelchair and using morphine because of his back pain.
But after he took part in our study, taking our convincingly-labelled blue-and-white-striped "new" painkillers, he seemed like a different person.”Read More