This post is sponsored by Relief Factor. However, personal experiences and opinions are my own.
Aches and pain can wear you down, make you irritable and even depressed. I’ve had occasional, painful bouts of sciatica for many years, but a couple of years ago I also began to have issues with middle and sometimes upper back pain. I would imagine some of it is brought on by my being in my mid-forties and a bit overweight. Getting older hurts…in your joints, your back, your neck. I’ve also been a lot more active the last couple of years since moving to Florida, and my body wasn’t used to it. Last year I started getting a massage every two weeks, but it was costly and the relief was very temporary. I needed a different solution for my pain management. Since I’m not comfortable taking prescription pain relievers, I began looking for a more natural approach in nutritional supplements.
Buying Disney Annual Passes was one of the first things I did after moving to Florida two summer ago. It was real splurge for me as a single mom, but something I knew my 9-year old and I would really enjoy. There have been some frustrating weekends when we had to stay home because of my achy back. I became tired of missing out and decided to be more proactive in managing my back discomfort.
The timing was perfect, when I was approached to try Relief Factor which is said to reduce without the use of prescription drugs by helping to lower inflammation and pain associated with everyday life. Having never taken much more than a multi-vitamin, I was curious to see if a nutritional supplement could give me the relief I need.
About Relief Factor – Drug Free Pain Relief
Physicians made Relief Factor is a drug-free, effective way to support the body’s fight against aches and pains. It’s made from wild-caught fish oil and botanicals, and is a healthy way to get back into life.
Relief Factor supports your body’s ability to fight against the aches and pains we experience from aging, exercise and everyday living. It works by targeting the areas of temporary minor aches and pains and stimulating the body’s natural ability to recover.
With ibuprofen, you have a higher risk of upper gastrointestinal bleeding when taking for 3 months or more, as well as a higher risk of cardiovascular events. Not so with Relief Factor. Plus, there is no risk of addiction like with some prescription pain killers.
Note: “Relief Factor is not intended to be a replacement for the medical recommendations of your physician. Relief Factor does not cure disease, and cannot be compared to government-approved medical treatment. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”
I began taking Relief Factor nearly two months ago, and am so glad I did. I’ve felt much less discomfort while walking all over the Disney parks with my 9-year old. Plus, I haven’t felt like I need to lie in bed for two days to recover afterwards.
Have you set a goal to get out and have more fun and exercise more in the new year? I have. It’s time to take better care of my body, so I can take care of my family. I have plans to really amp up my exercise routine after the holidays, and finally feel like I can thanks to Relief Factor.
Visit relieffactor.com or call 1-800-500-8384 to learn more about Relief Factor. The 3-Week Quick Start is just $19.95 … 95 cents a day … Less than a cup of coffee a day.