Muscle Pain, Back Pain Muscle Spasms
Muscle pain, for those who experience it, can be a dreadful thing to have to live with. Muscle pain can tie you up in knots. Fortunately, the FDA has recently cleared a new therapy that is particularly effective against muscle pain: infrared light therapy. Technically, infrared light therapy isn't new at all. It's been used in Europe for years, and has been proven both safe and highly effective at treating the root causes of pain. And unlike many other pain treatments that rely on pharmaceuticals, light therapy is perfectly natural. Infrared light is as natural as sunlight itself.
Back pain muscle spasms can be quite painful, but they're rarely a cause for serious concern. (Although in a few cases, back pain muscle spasms can be a symptom of a more serious problem.) Back pain muscle spasms can happen anywhere along the spine, from the base of the neck to the coccyx. This is because of long muscles that run along the spine called the erector spinae muscles. When you have a back pain muscle spasm, these are more often than not the guilty party. A spasm is an involuntary contraction of the muscle for a sustained period of time. Typically, a spasm occurs when the muscle has been suddenly stressed somehow. This can include injury, sprains, tears or bruising. The spasm can actually start in the nerves that lead into the muscle. However, the feeling is the same no matter where the spasm starts. Gentle heat, of the type created by light therapy, can often ease these spasms.
Thanks to both modern medical science and ancient holistic herbalism, there is a sometimes dizzying array of pain treatment options available to us today. However, entirely too often these pain treatments involve the use of powerful pharmaceuticals, the long-term effects of which are still not completely understood, and which carry at least some risk of dependence. Therefore, when exploring pain treatment alternatives, it's usually best to try the most natural, least invasive options first. Infrared light is about as natural as it gets. And when you use the Light Relief® as directed, there's nothing to worry about in terms of either short-term or long-term harm. Light therapy warms the tissues slightly and eases muscle and joint pain and stiffness.
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