Causes of Pain

For many years, extensive research by physicians and scientists all over the world has attempted to identify the causes of chronic pain, but the full answer remains elusive. At this point, most experts agree that the development of chronic pain involves changes in the nervous system and musculoskeletal system and these changes cause the body to become more sensitive to painful and non painful stimulation.

Chronic Pain is on the rise

It is estimated that chronic pain afflicts more than 40% of the general U.S. population and is one of the most common reasons for seeking medical care and taking medical leaves of absence. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that untreated pain has become a world-wide health care crisis. If you are suffering from chronic pain, you know first hand how it affects your family, your friends, and your ability to work or maintain your active lifestyle.

A new weapon for the war on pain

Most pain sufferers have experienced the frustration of finding effective treatments that relieve pain and improve function without harmful side effects. Many prescription and over-the-counter pain pills are known to carry harmful or even life threatening side effects, and often lead to addiction.

A new weapon for the war on pain

Overtime Pain Relief Lotion provides a rapid, topical solution to help temporarily relieve aches and pains associated with arthritis, joint pain, back pain, neck pain, strains and sprains. Overtime Pain Relief Lotion was developed by a board-certified doctor specializing in the treatment of patients with acute and chronic pain conditions. This unique formula features not just one, but seven natural and scientifically proven pain relieving ingredients and anti-inflammatory agents that work together to alleviate discomfort. Another unique aspect of our formula is the use of enhanced skin penetrants and a specialized emulsification process for reducing the lotion’s particle size to allow the pain fighting ingredients to quickly absorb deeper into aching tissue for fast, long-lasting relief.

Explore Common Types of Pain

To learn more about your own acute or chronic pain condition, via our page covering the common types of pain.