Experiencing back pain or muscle pain lately? You're probably one of the 50 million adults who suffer from arthritis. This type of joint pain commonly occurs with other chronic diseases. Some of the common signs include swelling, stiffness, and difficulty in doing daily tasks.
One of the most popular ways to ease body pain is through natural pain relief. You can find dozens of ideas on the Internet nowadays, but here are your top bets to ease pain relief, naturally:
Lavender Oil — This is one of the most common ways to treat migraines and tension headaches. One whiff of lavender oil is enough to relieve stress and anxiety. You can also apply it on your body to relieve body aches and sore muscles.
Peppermint Oil — Peppermint was one of the first oils that was used for medicinal purposes. This combination of spearmint and watermint produces a refreshing antispasmodic effect that relieves stomachache, nausea, and indigestion. Topical application can ease lower back pain as well as tension headaches.
Eucalyptus Oil — Since this is a strong oil extracted from the bark and leaves of its tree, you should dilute it with coconut oil when applied on the skin directly.
Epsom Salts — Athletes are the number one user of epsom salts when it comes to organic pain relief of sore muscles. Sulfates are known to improve nutrient absorption, flushing away toxins and easing migraines.
With Naples Soap Company, you don't have to worry about body pain. We highly recommend our selection of oils for pain relief, via aromatherapy or topical application. For concentration, you can try our Peppermint Essential Oil. Want to get a good night's sleep? Why not try a whiff of our Lavender Essential Oil? To loosen up a stuffy nose, we have our Eucalyptus Essential Oil. Sore muscles? The Muscle Balm and Muscle Stick are great for reducing inflammation.
You don't have to face muscle pain alone. We're here to help ease the pain so you can go about your daily activities with no worries. Check out our Bath Bombs, Muscle Stick and Muscle Balm–our customers can’t get enough of them. And don't forget to participate in the World Arthritis Day on October 12! Together with other patients suffering from arthritis, you can raise awareness on rheumatic and muscoloskeletal diseases and provide support to those in need.