Top 5 Pain Relief Treatments

Relieve your chronic pain without medication or another visit to the doctor.

Chronic pain medications dragging you down? If you’re looking for relief when ibuprofen just won’t cut it but don‘t want the side effects of stronger medication, we have the top alternatives for natural pain relief. From ingredients that target inflammation to techniques that utilize the brain’s underrated healing abilities, there are many cost-effective and efficient methods for treating conditions such as arthritis, muscle pain, and even back pain. Here are the top five proven treatments that will leave you happier, healthier, and pain-free.


Fish Oil

Fish Oil

Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, fish oil works like a charm breaking down chemicals and active lipid compounds called prostaglandins to reduce painful swelling. Especially for those suffering from arthritis, research has shown that omega-3 fish oil supplements worked just as well as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in reducing arthritic pain, and can actually be a safer alternative to NSAIDs. In some cases, those with neck and back pain have even been able to lower their dosage of prescription painkillers.

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Here's Dr. Oz's Mom's Regimen for Fighting Her Alzheimer's

Here are the tools she uses to help manage the progression of the disease.

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When Dr. Oz found out in September 2019 that his mom, Suna, then 81, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, he was gutted. He wondered how he missed the signs and what he could do next. Like so many caregivers, he had to recognize that his mom was not going to get better. But he also knew that he wasn't alone: There is an Alzheimer's diagnosis every 65 seconds.

Dr. Oz immediately contacted his friends and colleagues and crafted a treatment plan with two of the country's top experts in the field: Richard S. Isaacson, MD, a neurologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and the founder of the Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic, and Dr. Rudy Tanzi, a professor of neurology at Harvard and the founder of the "Alzheimer's Genome Project," who co-discovered the first Alzheimer's gene.

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