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Are you ready to live pain-free once and for all? Dr. Oz had the woman who can melt your pain away without medication. Find out how you can gently end your pain and never have to take another pill ever again.
Dr Oz: The Melt Method
Are you constantly in some sort of pain? Do you find yourself uncomfortable a lot of the time? Are you always reaching for a pill bottle to ease your pain just so you can get through the day? Sue Hitzmann, author of The Melt Method, is the woman who can melt your pain away and she wants to help you do it without any medication, but instead by working with your body to free yourself from chronic pain forever. Her Melt Method is a self-treating method for you to get out of pain and stay out of pain for good. Sue is a manual therapist and she has seen many people in her practice who suffered from a great deal of pain and taking lots of medication, so she decided to develop techniques to help them feel empowered and able to get out of pain and be rid of medication.
Dr Oz: Inflammation Speeds Aging Process
Sue Hitzmann told Dr. Oz that her Melt Method treats the cause of pain which is dehydration of the connective tissue in a person’s body. She explained that many people do not realize that this is what causes their pain, but there are three very important things that everyone needs to know so they can end their pain for good. Sue said that the dehydration begins to accumulate and cause stress while increasing inflammation in the joints and other areas of the body. Over time, this will accelerate your aging process and turn your minor pain into chronic pain.
Dr Oz: How To Hydrate Connective Tissue
Sue Hitzmann argued that connective tissue dehydration is responsible for all of the pain in our bodies, so Dr. Oz asked how we would go about hydrating those tissues. Sue explained that connective tissue is similar to a dry sponge. When it is dry you cannot do much with it because it is stiff, but when you add moisture and begin to manipulate the sponge, it becomes more flexible, which is what we need to do for the connective tissues in our body so we can avoid pain.