Staying Put at Home: Pain Relief

Have you ever felt your knees strain as you get up from bed? Have you ever bent over to pick something up, only to feel a twinge in your back? Many think that these aches and pains are an unavoidable part of aging. Bliss Tubs has other ideas, and we’re here to help those burdened with pain to lighten their discomfort.

FACT or FICTION: Joint Pain & Rheumatoid Arthritis

February 18, 2016

There's so much information and hearsay out there about joint pain and arthritis that it can often become confusing or contradictory. This means that people can often be misled and as a result follow the wrong advice, perhaps making the joint pain worse in the process. For this post, Staying Put at Home looks at the facts and fictions of joint pain and arthritis, and what treatments are available to alleviate and reduce discomfort. Read More

Hydrotherapy: What You Need to Know

August 20, 2015

In an effort to counteract the health conditions that come with age, many seniors are turning toward treatments that have been practiced for millennia. One such method that is growing more popular is hydrotherapy, which is the use of water to relieve discomfort and improve physical well-being. This idea dates back to the ancient Greeks, who used bathing as a way to stave off illness. In this post, Staying Put at Home will review how hydrotherapy works and the potential physical benefits. Read More

Arthritis-Friendly Exercise: Tai Chi

January 15, 2015

A healthy lifestyle is essential to aging in place. Especially when arthritis brings on stiffness and pain, it becomes all the more important to take care of your physical wellbeing. Exercise in particular can defend againt joint discomfort and deterioration. Read More

Arthritis Prevention: Why What You Eat Matters

November 5, 2014

Do you suffer from arthritis pain? If so, you’re not alone. Approximately 40 million people contend with stiff and painful joints, making arthritis the most common cause of disability in the United States. Though a disease currently without a cure, arthritis can yet be a manageable condition. Given the relationship between action and arthritis, many people focus on how their movements can either help or hurt their health. However, to effectively manage arthritis pain, it’s important to evaluate diet as well. Read More

When Cancer Pain Strikes

July 2, 2014

Cancer pain can complicate an already challenging situation. The good news is that multiple modes of cancer pain management can effectively address discomfort for many cancer patients. Getting the pain relief you deserve starts with understanding the nature of your cancer pain and discussing your symptoms with a qualified medical professional. Read More

What’s Causing Your Chronic Back Pain?

October 15, 2014

Back pain is a big problem. The National Institutes of Health states that approximately 80 percent of all Americans will have it at some time in their lives—and it doesn’t always go away. Chronic back pain can last for months or more, and worse, it may render even the most basic activities impossible. So if you’re in pain, make an appointment with your doctor, as you might have a serious injury or disease. Read More

Common Arthritis Pain Questions

June 25, 2014

Arthritis pain can start as mild discomfort that eventually progresses into incapacitating tenderness and stiffness. All too often, sufferers assume that they must put up with these complications. When you understand your condition and the factors contributing to it, though, you can take action for arthritis pain relief. Read More