Chronic pain and CBD, THC, and CBD/THC treatment research

I'm Canadian so cannabis is entirely legal here. Ever since it became legal here I have explored it for different types of pain. From CBD, to CBD/THC, to THC. Rubs, creams, capsules, joints, and edibles. Both CBD and THC are listed to be used for pain. So when we are looking to have something to … Continue reading Chronic pain and CBD, THC, and CBD/THC treatment research

Review: Plot your health planner

I have been given this product as part of a product review. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. Post may contain affiliate links.   Plot Your Health is a wellness and health planner for all your health … Continue reading Review: Plot your health planner

Alpha brain waves and chronic pain treatment

There was a fascinating study done on brain activity and how people respond to treatment. They found, for example, that people who were more susceptible to being hypnotized responded less to cognitive therapy.  I can't be hypnotized but I did respond well to cognitive therapy, so I suppose I fit into this criteria well.  The … Continue reading Alpha brain waves and chronic pain treatment

OSKA Pulse study on Fibromyalgia

Shurman, J., Wiederhold, BK., Kasendorf, R., Qian, J., Miller, I., Wiederhold, MD. Treating Chronic Pain Using the Oska Pulse Device: A Double Blind Clinical Trial Using Placebo.www.practicalpainmanagement.com. 2018 Feb I like to see this research because I use the Oska Pulse and in fact I affiliate with them to have a Blogger coupon code because I value the … Continue reading OSKA Pulse study on Fibromyalgia

Half of people with anxiety or depression also report chronic pain

  "The dual burden of chronic physical conditions and mood and anxiety disorders is a significant and growing problem," said Silvia Martins, MD, PhD, associate professor of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health, and senior author. Science Daily It was a survey of people with anxiety, depression or bipolar. And half were found … Continue reading Half of people with anxiety or depression also report chronic pain