Beauty Is Pain! Or Is It?

Ok, so there are many instances when beauty is pain. Hair braiding? Beauty is pain. Eyebrow waxing? Beauty is pain. Nose piercing? Beauty is pain. But some types of pain aren’t linked to beauty, yet we ignore it hoping it’ll go away on its own. Persistent pain needs to be investigated. Below, we will explore some instances where beauty is not pain and how to ease it. Workout Related Pain Many people will agree that social media — particularly social media influencers — has made it trendy to work out and lift weights. Lifting weights is an excellent stress reliever, energy release, and an incredible way of pushing your body to the limit, the limit sometimes resulting in injury. Lifting weights using the incorrect technique can injure the part of the body in motion. One wrong lift can damage muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and even joints. Workout-related pain can progressively get worse without rest, recovery, and sometimes treatment. More severe injuries call for professional treatment from experts such as Evolve Chiropractic of Libertyville, specializing in chiropractic treatments for pain and other ailments. Chiropractors assess the structure of the back to determine if they need to make any adjustments – which they often do with weightlifters that use poor lifting techniques in the gym. You might also benefit from physiotherapy, sports massage, and other holistic treatments. Going to the gym should be enjoyable, and aches and pains are to be expected after a heavy workout. However, if you’re experiencing chronic pain that feels more than the average delayed onset of muscle soreness, speak to a healthcare professional. Pain After Procedures and Treatments Women and men access beauty procedures and treatments more than ever before, with many feeling empowered to try botox and other treatments to appear more youthful and confident. Breast augmentation is a procedure utilized more than it has ever been before, with women between the ages of 35-50 more likely to enquire about the treatment. Breasts are one of the biggest insecurities amongst women, so, unsurprisingly, so many women want the treatment. However, it can be a painful procedure that requires a repeat procedure after around 10-years and carries many risks. Of course, if you’re interested in breast augmentation, the pros will outweigh the cons for you, but consider alternatives such as fat grafting, which takes fat from other areas of your body. That reduces the chance of complications, pain, and the need for recurrent procedures. If you experience chronic pain following the procedure, contact the specialist who performed it for you. Diet Related Pain Diet trends are very trendy. Social media influencers and celebrities promote various diet trends that can sometimes do more harm than good, the juice detox being a prime example. Controlled juice detoxes are great, there’s a lot of science behind them, but they’re not for everyone. The massive influx of fruit and vegetables in pure form can cause digestive inflammation and upset, resulting in pain that won’t lead to anything beautiful (just a trip to the bathroom!). Always consult a health care professional before starting a prolonged and intense change in diet, such as a juice cleanse. If it hurts or doesn’t feel good, stop it and try a more conventional healthy diet. Sometimes, beauty is pain. There are so many procedures and treatments women and men can access, and some of them won’t be comfortable. However, there’s a difference between beauty being pain and pain being a surefire sign that something isn’t right. Listen to your body!

Beauty Is Pain! Or Is It?

Ok, so there are many instances when beauty is pain. Hair braiding? Beauty is pain. Eyebrow waxing? Beauty is pain. Nose piercing? Beauty is pain. But some types of pain aren’t linked to beauty, yet we ignore it hoping it’ll go away on its own. Persistent pain needs to be investigated. Below, we will explore some instances where beauty is not pain and how to ease it.

Workout Related Pain

Many people will agree that social media — particularly social media influencers — has made it trendy to work out and lift weights. Lifting weights is an excellent stress reliever, energy release, and an incredible way of pushing your body to the limit, the limit sometimes resulting in injury.

Lifting weights using the incorrect technique can injure the part of the body in motion. One wrong lift can damage muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and even joints.

Workout-related pain can progressively get worse without rest, recovery, and sometimes treatment. More severe injuries call for professional treatment from experts such as Evolve Chiropractic of Libertyville, specializing in chiropractic treatments for pain and other ailments. Chiropractors assess the structure of the back to determine if they need to make any adjustments – which they often do with weightlifters that use poor lifting techniques in the gym. You might also benefit from physiotherapy, sports massage, and other holistic treatments.

Going to the gym should be enjoyable, and aches and pains are to be expected after a heavy workout. However, if you’re experiencing chronic pain that feels more than the average delayed onset of muscle soreness, speak to a healthcare professional.

Pain After Procedures and Treatments

Women and men access beauty procedures and treatments more than ever before, with many feeling empowered to try botox and other treatments to appear more youthful and confident.

Breast augmentation is a procedure utilized more than it has ever been before, with women between the ages of 35-50 more likely to enquire about the treatment. Breasts are one of the biggest insecurities amongst women, so, unsurprisingly, so many women want the treatment. However, it can be a painful procedure that requires a repeat procedure after around 10-years and carries many risks.

Of course, if you’re interested in breast augmentation, the pros will outweigh the cons for you, but consider alternatives such as fat grafting, which takes fat from other areas of your body. That reduces the chance of complications, pain, and the need for recurrent procedures. If you experience chronic pain following the procedure, contact the specialist who performed it for you.

Diet Related Pain

Diet trends are very trendy. Social media influencers and celebrities promote various diet trends that can sometimes do more harm than good, the juice detox being a prime example. Controlled juice detoxes are great, there’s a lot of science behind them, but they’re not for everyone.

The massive influx of fruit and vegetables in pure form can cause digestive inflammation and upset, resulting in pain that won’t lead to anything beautiful (just a trip to the bathroom!).

Always consult a health care professional before starting a prolonged and intense change in diet, such as a juice cleanse. If it hurts or doesn’t feel good, stop it and try a more conventional healthy diet.

Sometimes, beauty is pain. There are so many procedures and treatments women and men can access, and some of them won’t be comfortable. However, there’s a difference between beauty being pain and pain being a surefire sign that something isn’t right. Listen to your body!