Tips for Treating and Controlling Chronic Pain #Infographic #ChronicPain

Pain is our body’s way of telling us that there is something wrong – that something is functioning not like how it should be, and that is damaging our body. While there are many kinds of feelings of pain – from sudden jolts, pain that feel like sharp, constant stabbing, to a blurred pain that lasts for a while – they all tell the same thing in the end.

Pain can be classified into two depending on how long they last. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke determines two kinds of pain according to this category: acute and chronic pain.

Acute pain is a temporary discomfort and can last up to 6 months at most. It may be due to simple complications and injuries and fades over time until the complication heals fully. Chronic pain, meanwhile, persists longer – even up to years. This kind of pain can either range from mild to excruciating, episodic or continuous, or inconvenient to incapacitating.

Chronic pain can affect our lives greatly – from our ability to do physical activity, our mental health, and our lifestyles. However, we do not have to completely succumb to chronic pain. Even in simple ways, we can help alleviate the pain we feel. Check out this infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare to find out how.

An infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare.

The Ultimate Guide To Tennis Elbow #infographic #tenniselbow

Have you ever heard of lateral epicondylitis? Or perhaps tennis elbow may sound more familiar. Believe it or not, in the US there are over 200.000 cases of lateral epicondylitis per year, and it is a very common injury word wide. The main syndrome to identify if you have tennis elbow is a pain where your forearm meets the elbow. The pain is due to the inflammation of the tendons or muscles caused by repetitive motion, hence its name.

The injury starts with a weak pain, and in some cases, the pain gets more severe, especially when trying to grip and hold objects. Some people who suffer from lateral epicondylitis can’t even perform regular daily tasks due to the intense pain.

The infographic below, created by WIMI Sports & Fitness, visualizes some very interesting statistics about who is more likely to suffer from tennis elbow, as well as some useful tips on how to efficiently treat this injury. Keep reading to find out the best advice from the experts!

An infographic by WIMI Sports & Fitness.

Dream Formula: Say Hello to Your Smooth, Flawless Skin! #Infographic #Skin

Tired of looking for a treatment that answers all of your skin dilemmas? Well, the long wait is now over!

This infographic from dr. dream, a reputable laser & skin clinic from the leading aesthetic surgery group in Korea, shows you a no-pain and quick solution for your skin pigmentation and blemish problems.

Dr. dream introduces an advanced depigmentation skin treatment through The Dream Formula®.

This treatment solves discolouration issues and provides additional benefits that are perfect for every skin type. It works by placing a Dream Formula mask on the skin for about 6 to 10 hours depending on the person’s skin type. An aftercare application of the dream formula follows next.

The Dream Formula is a painless treatment that suits all skin types. It can be applied all-year round with the promise of quick and noticeable results. Also, this depigmentation treatment has minimal side effects and is extremely effective in treating melasma, to name a few of the treatment’s advantages.

There’s a way to achieve the skin that you’ve always wanted! Learn more about the Dream Formula in this infographic.

An infographic by dr. dream.

61 Epic Acne Treatments #Infographic #Acne

Figuring out how to get rid of acne can be a slow, difficult task. Some treatments only work for one kind of skin. Others only work halfway, leaving you feeling stuck. Also, there are so many different types of treatments available; so it can be difficult to decide which one to try.

Acne Authority can help get rid of your acne. They created this infographic to bring all the most common acne treatments together in one list. That way you can compare everything, and find the best remedy for your situation.

The graphic includes all the most popular natural treatments as well as common traditional treatments such as cleansers, antibiotics, etc. It even looks at the most useful nutrients, such as what vitamins and minerals help eliminate acne. It also goes into bad habits that can contribute to acne and things you should try to avoid.

If you have been trying to get rid of your acne, but aren’t sure which treatment is right for you, this list should be really helpful. Good luck!

An infographic by Acne Authority.

10 Ways to Get Rid of Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes #Infographic #Eyebags

Having dark circles around eyes, and sagging eyebags are commonly experienced by people of all ages, race and status. It’s just really hard to do away with it. Worst of all, dark circles and eyebags usually puff with inadequate sleep and a plethora of other daily habits that may be indispensable with our current lifestyle.

While it does not interrupt you in any form or manner, the very existence of which– its contours and sag, can result in beauty concerns that usually make one look visibly older. With eyebags, your appearance is affected and your glow disappears.

But don’t distress as you are not alone in this battle.

Many resort to using chilled cucumber slices, and concealer creams to hide away this eyesore, only to end up without visible results. If you find traditional remedies unavailing, there are other options to take that range from non-surgical treatments to quick and straightforward solutions that can help manage this beauty problem.

To know your options, this infographic presented to you by SkinCell PH, a dermatology clinic in Manila, offers some useful information to help you deal away with the problem of dark circles and puffy eyes.

An infographic by SkinCell.