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Real Time Pain Cream is effective on deep muscle pain, cramps, and over 100 types of arthritis. Real Time Pain Cream works fast, smells great, and has no negative side effects, so it’s perfect to use any time of day. Next time you’re in pain, instead of reaching for another pill with a warning label, try Real Time Pain Cream.
Real Time Maxx is Real Time’s most powerful lotion! Real Time MAXX delivers fast Pain Relief to persistent, intense pain including deep muscle pain, cramps, and over 100 types of arthritis. Loaded with peppermint, Real Time MAXX provides a powerful burst of fast, minty pain relief.
Real Time Hand Cream is effective on many types of hand and wrist pains including carpal tunnel, deep muscle pains, cramps, and arthritis. Real Time Hand Cream is made with nourishing Shea Butter and provides luxurious moisture with deep pain relief. Apply often for soft skin and fast relief!
Real Time Convenience and Special Offer Packages include a combination of our top pain relieving products, for home, and on the go. When you take advantage of these Specials, you’ll save at least 30%, plus receive FREE shipping! Made with Natures Ingredients, Real Time Products have no negative side effects. Take advantage of these great offers today!
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Real Time Foot Cream is effective on many types of foot and ankle pain including gout, planter fasciitis, bursitis, arthritis, and dry cracked feet. Made with Tea Tree Oil and Eucalyptus, Real Time Foot Cream delivers nourishing moisture with fast pain relief for the days that keep you on your toes.
Real Time SELECT gives you relief on the go for deep muscle pain, cramps, and over 100 types of arthritis. Infused with Raspberry Oil, Real Time SELECT is 100% vegan and comes in a convenient roll-on applicator. Real Time SELECT gives you pain relief on the go.
Real Time Sports Cream provides fast relief for many kinds of pain including strained muscles, Runner’s knee, Bruises, Sprains, and Cramps. Real Time Sports Cream absorbs quickly and keeps you going by relieving pain fast.
Real Time Pet Formula is a revitalizing spray that helps your pet feel their best. Made with Aloe Vera and Menthol, Pet Formula provides a gentle cooling sensation. For happy pets, use Real Time Pet Formula.
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We purposefully designed Real Time Products with No Medicine Smell
As we hear time and again...Simply Rub It On and the Pain Is Gone
Real Time Pain Relief is an FDA Registered Over the Counter drug
All Real Time Products are made with the highest quality ingredients
The Safest, Most Effective, Fastest Acting, Targeted Pain Relief available
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Our Transdermal Formula will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth
So many product contain harmful chemicals and dangerous side-effects...Our Products DO NOT
No need for Genetically Modified Organisms...just natural Pain Relief
No need to worry...All Real Time Products are Paraben Free
Questionable or Not...we left SLS out of our products too
Did you know that consistent yoga practice provides many health benefits, especially for anyone suffering from chronic pain? Studies have found that yoga can prevent the changes that chronic pain causes in the structure of the brain. These changes are linked to depression, anxiety, and brain fog.
Catherine Bushnell, PhD, a director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, said, “Practicing yoga has the opposite effect on the brain as does chronic pain.” Bushnell also reported that ongoing yoga practice can increase levels of pain tolerance, leading to a decrease in chronic pain. Brain images of someone suffering from chronic pain revealed that it causes changes to occur to the brain's volume of gray matter and disturbs the connections of the white matter. New brain images performed on people who had been practicing yoga for a period of time, showed that yoga actually bulks up gray matter and strengthens the connections of white matter.
Yoga is a gentle exercise that helps you build strength and flexibility. It is also an activity that is widely available. You can find a yoga class in many local communities, gyms, or YMCA organizations. If you aren't comfortable with public classes, then you can hire a personal trainer, find online classes, or purchase instructional DVDs. Yoga does not require expensive equipment. The only thing recommended for yoga practice is comfy clothes and a yoga mat to help you stay steady while performing poses.
An office job is safe in the sense that you don’t have to suffer in the heat of summer or endure bone chilling temperatures in the winter. And, your boss at the office will probably never ask you to do anything that is hazardous like climb on a roof or use heavy tools or machinery. Many people are thankful for their office job because it is known as less risky employment.
Despite this, did you know that an office job does actually pose risks to your health? It is known as Office Syndrome and it is typically found in office workers who spend many hours in front of a computer. Symptoms include headaches, shoulder and back pain, numb fingers and arms, weak eyesight, and dry eyes. Without some preventative measures being taken, it is possible that ‘Office Syndrome’ can lead to a slipped vertebral disc, and in severe cases, paralysis. The age range for those affected by Office Syndrome is 16-35 years old, within this age range there is a 55% chance that an office employee with be diagnosed with it.
You may wonder what causes this?
There is a misconception that exercise causes pain, but actually, the issue of pain is often rooted in a lack of flexibility. Flexibility is the mobility of joints in order to achieve their full range of motion, as well as the muscles’ ability to move around the joints freely. However, when we lack this essential tool, we are sending misinformation to our body about how to move. Our bodies’ are capable of adapting to this limited range of motion, but over time it can lead to compromised body positions. Hence, more pain. In other words, flexibility is the mechanism that allows your body to move without restriction. When restriction is present, pain occurs. This is similar to our joints’ reaction to inflammation, stiffness, and pain. Now, what if we could combat this stiffness and reduce pain just by stretching every day? Well, you can! Perry Fine, MD, a board member at the American Pain Foundation says, “Everybody can do something.” She explains how exercise not only reduces one’s perception of pain but also helps overcome limited functioning. There’s this trend of- get moving, feel better. Now you don’t necessarily need to go to a gym to reap these benefits.
The prescription: Get into a nice, comfortable stretch. Hold it for 15-30 seconds. Breathe Deeply. Rinse. Repeat.
Here are some exercises that play a major role in increasing flexibility and that anyone can do anywhere:
Office syndrome is typically found in office workers who spend many hours in front of a computer. Remaining in the same posture for a long period of time causes it. Symptoms of office syndrome include headaches, shoulder and back pain, numb fingers and arms, weak eyesight, and dry eyes.
Here are 10 ways to prevent office syndrome from affecting you.
It is a well-known fact that vitamin C is a highly effective anti-oxidant, but did you know that it metabolizes cholesterol, increases the absorption of iron, and even reduces tiredness and fatigue? Vitamin C is also required for the synthesis of collagen, which is an important structural component for blood vessels, tendons, ligaments and bone. In fact, a study of 25,000 people revealed that consuming 500-1000 mg of vitamin C reduces a person’s risk of developing arthritis by 30%.
Here are ten foods that are rich in vitamin C.
It is fair to say that every person who lifts or does other manual handling tasks is at risk of a back injury. While complete elimination of the risk for back injury is not realistic, there are things you can do to help prevent straining your back.
Here are 10 things to remember the next time you are lifting something.
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