Do dietary supplements work comprehensively?

The market of dietary supplements has been developing rapidly for several decades. Over 70% of adults aged 18 to 54 use dietary supplements and this phenomenon has an upward trend. Almost 100% of people using dietary supplements have general confidence in the safety, quality and effectiveness of these preparations. Dietary supplements are usually targeted at specific ailments, which is why we take a few or even several kinds of them. Or maybe there are dietary supplements that work comprehensively on all diseases? Read more

Neck pain annoys everyday life

The constant experience of pain is exhausting and frustrating. Pain is a source of tension and anxiety. Each subsequent attack of pain intensifies inflammatory processes and prevents you from relaxing. The pain is distracting and does not allow to take care of personal, professional matters, learning and other daily activities. The consequence of prolonged pain may be depression and loss of motivation for all activities. Read more

Chronic back pain and omega 3 supplementation

Mild and moderate pain within the skeletal and muscular system is a common ailment. Pain in the joints, muscles and bones affects especially middle-aged and elderly people. The problem also applies to younger people who intensely play sports. Where can I get help with back and neck pain? Can they be treated without the use of painkillers? Read more

Hip pain does not let you sleep at night?

Hip pain can reduce your daily activities, such as walking up stairs or standing up from a sitting position. As the degeneration of the joint worsens, there may even be a situation when the pain will interrupt sleep at night. If the joint pain does not allow you to sleep, it’s time to find a definitive solution to the problem. According to orthopedic surgeons, surgical hip replacement is the only procedure that gives over 90% confidence to effectively get rid of pain. Read more

Glucosamine and intensive training

Intensive training is inextricably linked to muscle pain. A bodybuilder who knows his body well knows how to distinguish the pleasant pain he feels after a good workout, from the pain of excessively strenuous training. In the latter case, you must respond quickly to prevent serious injury that may cause a long break in your sporting career. Have you had the opportunity to feel the pain caused by tendinitis? Or did you experience damage to the elbow joint? Read more