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What Is Arthritis?

What is arthritis?Arthritis can strike any age group, whether male or female. The term literally translates into joint inflammation (arth=joint, itis=inflammation); this one name is used to describe over 100 types of diseases that cause joint inflammation and leads to cartilage degradation. (Click Here) to keep reading.

6 Tips to Reduce Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain Relief TipsShoulder pain is one of the most common causes of discomfort in adults. We use our shoulders to do many of our everyday activities from holding a hair dryer to reaching up to put something away. Whether you have stiffness, weakness, or soreness, shoulder pain can interfere with your daily routine.

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Pain Relief Alternatives to Painkillers and NSAIDs

Whether you have occasional pain, such as muscle soreness or deal with chronic pain from arthritis or other conditions, you want quick, safe relief. Some people reach for pain medication including narcotic painkillers or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). But painkillers including NSAIDs can have serious side effects especially if taken on a regular basis.

Luckily there are some alternatives for pain relief: (Click Here) to Continue Reading

7 Tips to Get Relief for Arthritis Pain

7 Tips to Get Relief for Arthritis PainArthritis is not just one disease. Instead, it is the term given to describe over 100 types of diseases that cause joint inflammation. According to the Arthritis Foundation, over 50 million adults in the United States and 300,000 children have some form of arthritis. Common types of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and infectious arthritis.

Symptoms of arthritis can vary, but often include the following:

  • Joint pain
  • Stiffness
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Redness of the skin
  • Fatigue

Arthritis pain can interfere with everyday activities, such as work, recreation, and family responsibilities. Treatment for arthritis may vary depending on the form of disease you have and may include corticosteroids medications, pain medication, and joint replacement surgery.

Fortunately, there are also some natural things that you can do to ease discomfort and improve your quality of life.

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Boswellia Serrata Extract for Joint Health

Boswellia Serrata for Joint HealthMany people suffer from joint pain. Even those who are in good physical condition can deal with it from time to time. On top of that, millions of adults wind up with some form of arthritis as they get older, and it can be quite debilitating. When joint pain flares up, you want relief as soon as possible. Unfortunately, too often we turn to NSAIDS (Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs) to reduce inflammation and pain, thinking that these are our only option. Sadly, NSAIDS can cause interactions with other drugs and leave you with uncomfortable side effects such as dizziness, nausea, digestive upset, and dry mouth. If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, then read on.
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Prevention Tips for Sprains

Sprains Injury PreventionA sprain is a type of joint injury that can happen to just about anyone. While sprains are common outside of sports, an athlete is at an increased risk for suffering this type of injury. A sprain can occur at any joint, but it is especially common in the ankle, wrist, thumb, and knee. Check out this quick and easy read about sprains and how to prevent them.

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Broccoli: Anti-Inflammatory Powerhouse

broccoli-is-great-anti-inflammatory-foodDid you know that broccoli is a very potent anti-inflammatory vegetable and that it can block enzymes in the body that lead to joint destruction and inflammation? It is also a powerhouse of nutrients like Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Vitamin A, C, K, E, B2, B3, B6, B1, fiber, chromium, manganese, copper, magnesium, selenium, potassium, zinc, protein, iron, and more.

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Turmeric Oil for Topical Relief

Turmeric Oil for Pain and InflammationCurcumin, the active ingredient of turmeric, is a powerful antioxidant and has strong, proven anti-inflammatory properties. Other components of turmeric that contribute to combating inflammation include turmerin, turmerone, elemene, furanodiene, curdione, bisacurone, cyclocurcumin, calebin A, and germacrone. With all of these components in mind, it is important to note that turmeric is a powerful, safe alternative to conventional painkillers and anti-inflammatories on the market today. Turmeric can be found in different forms including the original root, ground up as a spice, oral supplementation, and as a topical treatment. While all forms of turmeric exhibit anti-inflammatory properties, using it as a topical agent is a controlled, science-backed method to combat local inflammation, swelling, and pain. Our skin is our body’s largest organ, as well as a semi-permeable membrane. In other words, most of what we put on our skin is absorbed into our bodies. This is why topical use turmeric is so effective! Here are only a few of the ways that topical use of turmeric can alleviate pain:

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How Food Can Cause Inflammation

How Food Causes InflammationMost people think that eating food is a no-brainer - we eat food and we live. But it is not quite that simple. Every person’s body is unique and every person’s body reacts differently to certain foods. Some people experience gastrointestinal upset, mood disorders, skin issues, chronic pain, and many other conditions. This is because some foods cause inflammation in certain people. This inflammation leads to the degeneration of the body’s cells.

Inflammation occurs in some people because foods they eat contribute to, or cause, leaky gut. Leaky gut happens when large molecules get through the gut lining and into the blood stream prematurely. This causes the body to send “soldiers” in to fight these molecules and remove them. This process creates inflammation. Some professionals also believe that certain foods feed viruses that are harboured in the body, causing inflammation as the virus irritates the cells it inhabits as it grows and multiplies into more virus cells.

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Eating to Rebuild Cartilage: Copper Part 2

How to Rebuild Cartilage with the Foods You EatCartilage serves a number of different functions in the body. For the joints, it acts as a pad to reduce friction and prevent damage. Over time, cartilage can be damaged and deteriorate. When this occurs, the bones no longer have the protection that they need at the joint, and it can result in pain, inflammation and a lack of mobility.

A lack of cartilage at a joint will result in osteoarthritis. This condition can affect any joint, but it is especially common in the knees, hips, wrists, and elbows. To address conditions surrounding cartilage injury and deterioration, doctors may offer a number of solutions. They might recommend pain management strategies, supplements, physical therapy, and in severe cases, they might recommend surgery.

In addressing cartilage loss or damage, the body needs to be able to rebuild the tissue structures at the joint. To produce the fibers that make up cartilage, you need to ensure that you have a balanced diet that provides all of the necessary nutrients for building the tissue.

For people that suffer from the pain that comes with cartilage loss, there are a number of foods that can be used to help your body rebuild the cartilage at joints.

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