Pain Defeater Shop curates drug-free, non-narcotic pain relief and healthy life ideas for chronic pain and fibromyalgia sufferers, and the chronically ill.
Given the tragic loss of so many to pain med overdoses, and the degenerating side effects of prolonged pain med use, we think its time to empower people with details about alternatives to commonly prescribed pain meds.
Our hope is that Pain Defeater Shop’s information will give you the tools to become a smart healthcare shopper. We’ve got ideas and product information you can use as a conversation starter between you and your professional healthcare team. Look around our site. Find the information that pertains to your situation or the situation of those whom you love. Take it to your Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Naturopaths, Chiropractors, and the rest. Discuss and assess it for use in your pain management protocol.
Our interests are Natural, Holistic, Complementary and Alternative health options. You’ll find information here on nutritional supplementation, homeopathy, naturopathy, genetic testing, chiropractic, energy healing therapy, Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, meditation and relaxation therapies, and wearable pain relief devices. We post updated resources throughout the day. This allows us to pass along any new release and sale alerts to our customers. Click Here toStart Your Journey To Better Health
We have a special interest in finding gifts for the chronically ill and for those in pain. You can even use our suggestions to create a DIY Get Well Gift Basket! There are loads of suggestions here that can lend comfort and relief to those who are stressed by painful ailments. Check out our selections on these pages: Gifts for the Chronically Ill.
This summer, Pain Defeater will feature blog articles on upcoming books and health care products. The Magnesium Miracle review is the first in our series. Click on the image for more information on this important book on the necessity for magnesium.
We are well aware of the pain and distress that cognitive stress and decline exert on individuals and their families. Whether pain is physical, emotional, or mental, pain is pain. So, here are some new releases that may aid folks in finding health suggestions and tools for those suffering from cognitive illnesses.