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Nutritional modulators of pain in the aging population / edited by Ronald Ross Watson, Sherma Zibadi.

Watson, Ronald R. (Ronald Ross) (Added Author). Zibadi, Sherma. (Added Author).
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Subject: Pain > Treatment.
Pain > Nutritional aspects.
Pain Management.
Chronic Pain > diet therapy.
Dietary Supplements.
Aging > physiology.
Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9780128053362
  • ISBN: 0128053364
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: London : Academic Press, 2017.

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General Note: Includes index.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Cover; Title page; Copyright page ; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Section A -- Overview of pain: Mechanisms of causation and treatment by foods; Chapter 1 -- Overview of Pain in Livestock: Mechanism to Nutritional Control ; Introduction; Acute Pain; Chronic Pain; Nutritional Cure; Minerals and Vitamins in the Cure of Pain; References; Chapter 2 -- Nutritional Modulators in Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathic Pain ; Introduction; Epidemiology; Signs and Symptoms; Treatment; Physiopathology of CIPN; Taxanes; Platinum Compounds; Vinca Alkaloids; Proteasome Inhibitors.
Vitamins and CIPNVitamin E; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Vitamin A and Related Compounds; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; B Vitamins; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Nutritional Supplements; Acetyl-l-Carnitine; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Omega-3 Fatty Acids; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies.
ConclusionsAlpha-Lipoic Acid; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Glutathione; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Glutamate and Glutamine; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Minerals and Trace Elements; Ca and Mg Infusions; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Selenium; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies.
ConclusionsLithium; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Specific Types of Diets; Polyamine-Reduced Diet; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Animal Studies; Clinical Trials; Conclusions; Fasting and Dietary Restriction; Theoretical Background-Why it Should Work; Fundamental Studies; Clinical Studies; Conclusions; Glossary; References; Chapter 3 -- Migraine: Burden of Disease, Treatment, and Prevention ; Introduction; Clinical Presentation of Migraine; Prevalence and Disease Burden; Pathophysiology of Migraines.
Triggers of MigrainesDiet; Environment; Other; Migraine Therapy; Lifestyle Modifications; Acute Abortive Therapy; Migraine-Specific Therapy; Prophylactic Therapy; The Role of Onabotulinum Toxin a in Migraine Therapy; The Role of Supplements in Migraine Therapy; The Role of Behavioral Therapy in Migraine Therapy; The Role of Alternative Therapies in Migraine Therapy; The Role of Diet in Migraine Therapy; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 -- Myelinodegeneration and Its Influence on Pain: Aging, Diets, and Genetic Dysregulation ; Introduction.
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