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How Cellulite Reduction Can Lead to Pain Reduction

Posted by Nima Rafizadeh on
Yup you know it. In fact, you're tired of hearing it. So forgive us for repeating it again. But there’s no denying it. Any extra activity, from a formal exercise program to simply taking the stairs at the mall instead of the escalator, contributes to burning more calories, which helps to better manage your weight, which also helps to keep your cellulite in check.

Pain Gets in the Way of Activity

One reason you might be tired of hearing about getting more activity is that, while you want to be more active, and you get it about all the benefits, that extra activity is actually physically painful. Chronic pain can affect your life in so many varied ways beyond the pain itself. Among others, the symptoms and problems linked to chronic pain include:
  • Fatigue
  • Sleeplessness
  • Weakened immune system
  • Changes in mood including hopelessness, fear, depression, irritability, anxiety, and stress

The Link Between Your Diet & Chronic Pain

From wearing high heels, to diseases like arthritis, the causes of chronic pain are as many and varied as the symptoms. One cause, that many people don’t usually link to the pain they feel, is the foods they eat. Many foods contribute to chronic pain by starting a process that increases the incidence of inflammation. Ongoing consumption of them can lead to ongoing inflammation and the chronic pain that goes with it. Here are just a few of the foods and food types that can contribute to chronic pain:

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