Treatments to Get Hip Pain Relief

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Make sure you know underlying reason for your hip pain…

Are you a person who suffers from hip pain?

Do you have a hard time sitting in a chair for a long time or difficulty standing that you always need to shift from side to side? When you climb into bed at night, and feel the pain in your hip, only to increase as you try to roll over onto your side, does the pain continually keep you awake?

Perhaps now is the time to do something about it!

The first thing you should do if you have chronic hip pain is consult your physician. There may be some serious issue that is causing the discomfort that you are experiencing.

Many people seek help for overall pain management.

Most times, hip pain is caused by arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis or even lower back problems which can cause the hips to overcompensate.

If you have fallen it is possible that your hip pain is caused by an actual fracture in the bone. Older individuals are more prone to these types of injuries, especially those individuals who have osteoporosis, who have a weakening in bone density.

Some people experience hip pain when they have encountered a hernia in the groin area better known as a sports hernia. In women, some experience hip pain and discomfort due to gynecological or back issues due to uterus abnormalities or even a sciatic nerve problem.

It is important to get a thorough check up to rule out all of the above!

Often times several of the aforementioned problems are caused by being overweight. When this is the case, it is easier to help rectify the problem by losing the weight through proper dieting and exercise.

If this is what is contributing to your problem, then it is a good idea to consult with a personal trainer or dietician to help you lose the weight required to alleviate the added weight on your hips. Exercising and stretching activities can also be learned that help improve joint mobility with lessons the pain you experience.

Many individuals try to cope with the pain or tolerate it through the use of pain medication and/or anti-inflammatory drugs. This may prove helpful in making you feel more comfortable, but the pain will continue to exist until the underlying problem is corrected.

Additional problems such as nausea and constipation from taking the medication could create addition painful experiences.

Furthermore, one can also develop an addiction to certain medications thus lessening their effectiveness.

Hypnosis is an exceptional treatment alternative to drugs in both the short-term and the long term. While attending hypnosis treatment sessions or using CD’s or MP3’s, it will help relax you and teach you how to not only cope with the pain, but in some cases eliminate the pain all together through the ability to block it out.

Furthermore, through guided imagery and relaxation exercises, you can also learn how to create healing within your own body through the power of suggestion. It doesn’t take long to learn these skills and results can be experienced in as short as one to two sessions.

Using medication is only a “Band Aid” solution if the underlying problem does not get resolved.

Hypnosis can help with most types of pain especially if the pain is long term. Check out this MP3 session available for download for some self-hypnosis relief here >>>

Dr. Peter
Staff Editor
Free At Last Hypnosis

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