Pain Relief Without a Prescription

Pain Relief Without a Prescription

February 04, 2020

It’s been hard in recent years to watch or read the news without learning about the health crisis surrounding opiates. This has led to a massive overhaul of our approach to pain management and has left countless Americans struggling to find a safe path towards relief. What if there was an all-natural, accessible solution that could help you manage your pain throughout the day? And what if this solution could also help with a good night’s rest, which we know is essential for healing? Read on for more.

Americans in Pain

According to the Arthritis Foundation, approximately 54 million Americans are currently living with arthritis and about 80% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives according to the American Chiropractic Association. We know these statistics can be troublesome, but keep in mind there are seemingly endless other sources of pain for Americans. To get pain relief there are a few choices starting with physical therapy and chiropractic options.

Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Treatment

Physical therapy can help rehab muscles that are causing the body pain while chiropractic treatment focuses more on rehabilitating our bones. This is an excellent place to start treatment because it not only addresses the root cause of the pain but also works on bringing your body back into optimal performance. We are seeing a trend across the country where these methods are being used in conjunction with CBD as opposed to pain medications, which was much more common in the past.

Pain Medications

In recent years Americans have become increasingly wary of prescription medications and opiates due to severe health and safety concerns. While they may be effective, they can lead to addiction and also can put you in an altered state that makes you unable to work or drive a car. However, there are medications available that are less powerful. Over the counter options like ibuprofen can provide relief, but it’s important to take these meds with discretion as too much of them can lead to ulcers and other unwanted side-effects.

CBD

CBD is being acknowledged by many doctors throughout the country who specialize in pain management as an exceptionally effective tool to reduce pain. Many people who use Notion’s topical CBD report that they actually forgot they were in pain. Utilizing CBD as an alternative to pain medications is appealing to many as you can still perform work throughout the day and drive! The Arthritis Foundation is excited about the potential applications for CBD and is encouraging people to try it.

Notion allows you to get targeted pain relief by simply massaging it into the area where you are experiencing pain. Haven’t tried our product yet? We are thrilled to report that it’s back in stock! Click here to shop Notion CBD!

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