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Commentary - Journal of Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine (2023) Volume 7, Issue 1

Weariness and physical aches: Practice with natural home treatments.

Jamei Robbinson*

Department of Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

*Corresponding Author:
Robbinson J
Department of Orthopaedics
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Received: 07-Jan-2023, Manuscript No. AAJPTSM-22-85876; Editor assigned: 09- Jan-2023, PreQC No. AAJPTSM -22-85876 (PQ); Reviewed: 23- Jan-2023, QC No AAJPTSM-22-85876; Revised: 25- Jan-2023, QC No AAJPTSM -22-85876; Published: 31- Jan-2023, DOI:10.35841/aajptsm-7.1.135

Citation: Robbinson J. Weariness and physical aches: Practice with natural home treatments. J Phys Ther Sports Med. 2023;7(1):135

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Almost everyone frequently has aches, pains, and exhaustion. While overusing painkillers might result in undesirable side effects like upset stomach, they can also offer temporary relief. Natural therapies are a possibility that can improve your health while having fewer adverse effects. We'll discuss natural therapies that have been shown in studies to lessen physical discomfort and weariness in this study [1].

Natural home cures for pain in the body

Numerous conditions, including arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, overuse of the muscles, and diseases like the flu and COVID-19, can result in body aches and muscular pain [2]. You can attempt a number of natural at-home treatments for these ailments as well as any others that make you feel physically uncomfortable. In some cases, combining treatments may yield the best outcomes.

Turmeric: Turmeric is a spice with a particular flavour that is frequently used in Indian cuisine. Curcumin, a substance found in turmeric, has been demonstrated in tests to lessen pain brought on by a variety of illnesses, including sciatica and diabetic neuropathy. Both supplements and tea made with turmeric are available. Additionally, turmeric is sold as a condiment or powder. It might work best to relieve pain when used with black pepper.

Heat treatment: Studies have demonstrated that applying heat to aching muscles can greatly lessen both acute and subacute (longer term) low back pain. Menstrual discomfort and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) pain can both be relieved by placing hot water bottles or heating pads on the abdomen. Through the dilation of restricted blood vessels, heat helps to reduce pain. The increased blood flow helps to lessen the stiffness of the joints brought on by osteoarthritis and other disorders. Alternating between heat and cold may prove to be the most beneficial kind of treatment for you in some circumstances.

Cold treatment: Ice helps treat injuries including muscular sprains and strains by reducing swelling, inflammation, and pain. Additionally, it can ease the discomfort brought on by sciatica, bursitis, and other disorders. When pain first appears, applying ice might be extremely beneficial. For 20 minutes at a time, try using an ice pack or a bag of frozen peas on and off.

Massage: There is conflicting scientific evidence regarding the advantages of massage for pain treatment. But many individuals adore both licenced massage practitioners and athome massage equipment.

Your muscles could spasm if you are stressed or anxious since you tensed up your body. Massage can help you unwind and reduce stress, breaking this unpleasant cycle. A muscle that is cramping may also be helped to release by massaging it.

What can I do to stop body aches as quickly as possible?

There are numerous underlying reasons of body aches. Contrary to popular belief, stretching and mild exercise are frequently the fastest ways to relieve bodily aches [4]. Other effective short fixes include swimming and walking. This might be particularly helpful for easing knee and back discomfort.

• Carrying out shoulder rolls and arm workouts. These exercises may be useful for reducing shoulder discomfort.

• Ice and heat therapy in succession: This might provide rapid relief for joint pain.

• Enjoying a warm bath: Back discomfort might be swiftly relieved by this.

Natural home cures for tiredness and a lack of energy

A very broad range of illnesses, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, heart disease, or insomnia, can lead to sensations of physical weakness and exhaustion. Self-care is one of the finest natural home remedies for fatigue and muscle weakness. Taking good care of your body and mind might help you feel better and have more energy. Try these self-care techniques: exercising frequently; developing a healthy sleep hygiene regimen; cutting back or quitting alcohol, especially at night; eating healthily; maintaining hydration; and lowering stress through yoga or meditation [5].


You should also talk to your doctor if your pain is unbearable or doesn't go away after trying home remedies. Diagnostic testing may reveal a disorder that's causing weakness and fatigue, such as anaemia or diabetes. You might also experience regular exhaustion as a side effect from a drug you're taking. If so, your doctor might be able to change your prescription regimen. There are numerous possible underlying explanations for the frequent occurrences of fatigue and physical pain. Natural home treatments are frequently successful in treating muscle weakness and persistent fatigue. You should talk to your doctor about any body aches or weariness that doesn’t go away after using at-home remedies.


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