Medical Musings, Health Hypotheses & Therapeutic Thoughts
The question then becomes “OK, I understand that pain is an output, and is influenced by all these different factors separate to the signals coming form the body. But what can I do about my chronic pain??”
Summer can be such a diverting time of the year; the days are longer and finer, if we choose, we can stretch our leisure time well past our usual mid-year hours. We may feel inspired to rise with the sun and exercise or spend the later afternoon drinking up the last rays of sun relaxing in the backyard or as we sit by a large window. Usual aches or niggles could have been kept to a minimum as we’ve probably been a bit more active. No wonder; movement is the best medicine!
Earlier this February it has felt more like the wheel of the year is turning quicker, with the crisp mornings and plenty of rain. I’m a lover of the beach, nothing’s better than heading down to the Mornington Peninsula, taking my underwater camera out on an early morning dive, swimming with the local sea creatures.