“I’ve already grown a goiter from this torture, hunched up here like a cat in Lombardy,” Michelangelo wrote. It took him four years head upturned on shaky scaffolding to complete the Sistine Chapel. And how long to undo the residual damage to his body? A lifetime. PainFix could have given Michelangelo a much-needed reprieve.
Here are some behavioral nudges that can help you make exercise a regular habit.
The simplest way to apply Relief Gel is to rub a thin layer over sore or soon-to-be stressed areas and wait for the gel to absorb into your skin. This works best for areas that are too tender to massage. Apply up to four times per day, but no more. We mean it, you Relief Gel Superfans (you know who you are): no more than two tubes per week.
PainFix Restore Patches deliver a therapeutic dose of pain relief over an extended period to weak and sore areas of your body. Each patch comes with an adhesive sheet to secure the patch in place. To apply, place the Restore Patch onto the center of the sheet’s sticky side, then peel off the protective layer on the patch to expose its sticky hydrogel side.
When I left my home to start my life in New York City, I brought an important tradition with me: my family’s pain remedies. Many times I’d watched my parents cook up herbs in our centuries-old healing traditions, and apply them to patients in their small pain management practice. However, I’d never actually experienced their effects firsthand.
For over 40 years, the herbal formulation contained in PainFix products was used in a traditional form at the pain management clinics owned by the family of PainFix co-founder Yen Tse Yap. This medicine was used to treat thousands of chronic and acute musculoskeletal patients with problems such as ligament sprains, muscle spasms, herniated disks, joint osteoarthritis and frozen shoulders.
Why advances in pain medicine happened in ancient Chinese martial arts communities.
With regular exercise, the answer seems to be yes.