How to Help Clients Deal with Occasional Soreness and Discomfort*
In 2021 alone, an estimated 51.6 million Americans (or about one in five adults) dealt with pain. While this physiological stress is a natural response to negative stimuli, it can also be disruptive and inconvenient.
So how can you help them deal?
Start with the basics. Healthy foundational habits can offer support for mind and body. This includes:
- Adequate healthy sleep, at least seven hours per night for adults.
- Managing everyday stress, to help give the mind a bit more space to cope with physiological stress.
- Eating a balanced, nutrient-rich diet, to give the body what it needs to function optimally.
- Regular physical activity that is gentle and appropriate for the individual, including yoga or walking.
In addition, activities like journaling, talk therapy, spending time with a pet, keeping busy, breathing exercises and staying in touch with loved ones may also help during tough times.
And, some enzymes can offer a natural approach to occasional physiological stress.*
Proteolytic enzymes like serrapeptase and nattokinase help break down damaged proteins so they can be cleared from the body.*1, 2 These systemic proteins go beyond the digestive system to help support recovery while promoting flexibility and mobility.*
Our MyoMend® formula is a high-potency therapeutic blend of serrapeptase, nattokinase and rutin, a bioflavonoid associated with improvement of physical fatigue.*3 This trio naturally accelerates muscle and tissue repair and promotes optimal wellness.* It can support muscle and joint function while accelerating repair and optimizing mobility.*
In addition, (PEA)+ combines ultra-micronized PEA with the well-researched, patented and highly bioavailable curcumin, Meriva® Phytosome. It supports the body’s nervous, immune and muscular systems, while also supporting the body’s level of PEA to promote overall well-being and calm discomfort.*
1 Bhagat S, et al. Serratiopeptidase: a systematic review of the existing evidence. Int J Surg. 2013;11(3):209-17.
2 Weng, Y, et al. Nattokinase: An Oral Antithrombotic Agent for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. Int J Mol Sci. 2017;18(3):523. Published 2017 Feb 28. doi:10.3390/ijms18030523
3 Nikfarjam, B.A. et al. (2017). Journal of Pharmacopuncture, 20(1).