Pain-free aging is possible

If you are in pain and also have an open mind, then you can have pain-free aging. 

I taught myself how to reduce chronic pain by doing an incredible amount of research over the last 20 years.

I am going to lay out for you, a way to get on track towards pain-free aging.

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I am writing here from experience.

I have been living with chronic pain most of my life and, it was severe on and off for about 20 years. 

You know the old saying, "I had good days and bad".

I did so much research to find a way to live without pain. I read many hundreds of books and articles on diet, exercise, self-help and so much more. I visited chronic pain Doctors, Homeopaths, Naturopaths, massage therapists, and physiotherapists. Some helped a bit, some a lot. 

I put together a plan for me and once I started following it, I knew that I was onto something good. Through the last 20 years, I made progress. I had steps backward but, little by little I had more and more periods with less pain. 

Everyone's body and pain are different, and you have to go with what is working for you. In other ways, we are all the same. If we let ourselves go down the path of degeneration, we will suffer and not be able to enjoy our third age of life. What a shame that would be, as I am sure you have a lot of living to do, and it is impossible without a pain-free healthy body.

I am not going to lie to you and say that every day of my life I am pain-free, but I am getting there.

I am human, and sometimes all my good intentions are put aside and I don't follow my plan. I love food and hate exercise but at least I am trying most of the time.  

My doctors were very negative, they gave me different diagnoses, some told me that I had to take the medication and, even with it I would end up in a wheelchair in a few years. I refused to believe this and so should you. 

There was no guidance

I wish someone could have given me this information prior to my continual downward spiral.

They wanted to give me joint replacements. One doctor told me that my hip was in an advanced stage of Rheumatoid arthritis and that I must start thinking about a hip replacement. 

I do realize that there is a point of no return.

If you take medication to cover up the pain and, continue to use the damaged limb, it will get worst. My plan helps even if you already had and, recovered from a joint replacement. You see if you don't correct the problems you will continue to do damage.

Our body is trying to give us a wake-up call, so the sooner you start the better.

Are you living with some kind of pain? How do you manage? 

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