When the clock strikes midnight on January 1 every year, it’s time to reflect. To look back not only at the positive aspects of the year we are leaving behind, but also at areas for growth. Whether you are setting chronic pain resolutions or trying to make changes in other areas of your life, SMART goals can help you make that happen. Here are 15 chronic pain resolutions to consider in 2021.
The end of the year is a natural time for reflection and resolution. Chances are good that at the end of every year you sit down and make a list of things you might like to change over the coming year. Maybe last year you vowed to get fit. Maybe you wanted to eat better, … Read more
Was your New Year’s resolution to be tobacco-free in 2018? In the modern era, this isn’t just about quitting smoking but could also include chewing tobacco or e-cigarettes. So much has changed in our culture surrounding smoking and tobacco that it is hard to disseminate the truth from fiction. Regardless of how you’re using it, … Read more
Happy New Year! We hope this article finds you well and ready to take 2016 by storm. At Arizona Pain, we’re looking forward to a special initiative running yearlong during 2016: Arizona Pain Cares. This slogan encapsulates a fresh approach we’re taking to keep you, our patients, and community informed and inspired to live your … Read more
People who define wellness as doing those activities that feel good and support vitality will enjoy the health site Sonima. The site’s slogan is “Live fit, live free,” and it perfectly encapsulates its mission of making wellness accessible and practical. Many people think of fitness as chiseled abs, green smoothies, and marathons, but true wellness … Read more
Self-improvement through New Year’s resolutions is a noble effort, but sometimes our desire for radical change backfires when we try to do too much at once. Popular resolutions include vowing to lose weight, eat better, spend less money, and enjoy life to the fullest, according to research firm Nielsen. Unfortunately, many people fail to achieve … Read more