This Hurts: Understanding the Pain and What to Do

This Hurts: Understanding the Pain and What to Do
Let me start off by saying that when it comes to Crohn’s disease, no two cases are the same. The disease’s severity may vary on an individual basis, but the pain is always there. We all suffer with it at some point. Pain is basically a signal sent from your brain to an area of

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  1. RfrmSchool says:

    I struggle with Ulcerative Colitis pain and have found the following most helpful for managing my experience. Your mileage may vary.
    1) Breathing Exercises, both guided through apps and recordings or on my own.
    2) Cannabidiol, via specific edibles made for pain.
    3) Powdered Psyllium Seed taken in small amounts, early in the day.
    4) Walking whenever possible.
    5) Avoiding air travel due to the pressure changes and confined posture.

    • Lisa Burks says:

      Those are all great examples for helping with the pain! Thank you for posting these not just for me to see, but for everyone suffering with IBD!!

    • Lisa Burks says:

      Definitely!!! If you can control your breathing and try to relax does help! I’ve been looking into some anti-inflammatory diets or ones that have been known to help. I’ll look into what you mentioned! Thanks!

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