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How to Manage Chronic Neck Pain

How to Manage Chronic Neck PainBy Angela Soeon Park, L.Ac.

A stiff neck is characterized by pain and stiffness in the neck, the shoulder, or both. It may not easy to move our heads, interfering with our work, sleep, and aspects of daily life. Neck pain and stiffness can be a symptom of several problems related to the head, spine, or jaw. The most common causes of stiffness and pain include muscle strain, worn joints, nerve compression or irritation, injuries, and certain diseases. More...

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Weight-Bearing Exercise for Bone Health

Weight-Bearing Exercise for Bone HealthBy Albert Vaca, L.Ac.

So you've just had your latest checkup, and your doctor told you that you have osteoporosis. The DEXA bone scan, the x-ray that tests bone strength and density, says that your bones have become weak and brittle. You're now in the danger zone for a fracture from a fall or even from something as minor as coughing. The most common areas of an osteoporosis-related fracture are the hips, spine, and wrists. More...

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Ask Dr. MaoQ: I have osteoporosis. What are the best natural treatments to strengthen my bones?

A: Scientific studies indicate that calcium supplements can help prevent and slow osteoporosis. Calcium supplementation at the recommended doses appears to be able to reduce bone loss in postmenopausal women in every bone site except the spine.

You need vitamin D, as well, because the body cannot absorb calcium without it. Research shows that adding various trace minerals, such as zinc, copper, and manganese, to the calcium and vitamin D seems to further improvement. Essential fatty acids, such as fish oil and GLA from evening primrose oil, may also enhance the effect of calcium. Additionally, it is a good idea to take a multi-mineral supplement because calcium competes with the absorption of other minerals.

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