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Treatment Of Arthritis

  • Relieve arthritis and joint pain with these home remedies
  • You may feel arthritis and joint pain in your knees, hips, hands and other joints throughout your body. In addition to pain, there's often swelling and redness around your joints, which causes stiffness and limited movement in the affected body parts. Ouch! Instead of using over-the-counter or prescription medication to relieve your arthritis and joint pain, try these simple natural treatments ... ››› more
  • [11 October 2017]
  • Keep your teeth clean, it could protect you from arthritis
  • Here's a very good reason for you to brush your teeth at least twice a day: Bacteria in your mouth could cause you to develop arthritis! Here's how… Warning: The same bacteria in your mouth causes joint pain when you have arthritis   If you have poor oral hygiene, it could affect your joints, says besthealthnutritional.com. This becasue the bacteria that causes cavities and bad breat... ››› more
  • [25 March 2014]
  • Eat celery to tame your joint swelling and pain
  • Millions of people have used celery for thousands of years to help relieve joint swelling and soothe joint pain. Here's how it can help you… The celery plant has over 25 anti-inflammatory compounds that could help tame your joint pain  If you eat the whole celery plant, including seeds, you’ll be giving your joints a powerful natural remedy for arthritis. Here’s how it works with you... ››› more
  • [24 March 2014]
  • Suffering from arthritis? Do these three stretches for knee pain…
  • When you're living with arthritis in your knees, you may suffer from frequent flare-ups of the symptoms in your knees. The worst part of this is that you're not able to move about as you'd like to because your knees are sore and stiff! But there is a solution. When you feel the first sign of the onset of your symptoms, do these three stretches for knee pain… Do these three stretches for knee ... ››› more
  • [19 March 2014]
  • Are you a couch potato? You could be making your rheumatoid arthritis worse!
  • Researchers find that half of women and more than 40% of men are couch potatoes. This despite their need to exercise because they suffer from rheumatoid arthritis! If this sounds like you, read on to find out why exercises is so important when you suffer from the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Get the minimum amount of exercise to cope with your symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis   ... ››› more
  • [18 March 2014]
  • Here's how to prepare for your appointment with the rheumatologist
  • You've just heard the news from your family doctor: You experience all the signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and he's sending you to see a specialist. It's not easy finding out that you may have a chronic disease. That's why, today, we're giving you tips on how to prepare for that first appointment with the rheumatologist… Make notes of the signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis ... ››› more
  • [10 March 2014]
  • Revealed: The tree yoga pose is one of the easiest exercises for arthritis sufferers
  • When you have arthritis, it's not always easy to do exercise. Firstly, it takes a lot to become motivated to go out an exercise when you don't feel so great. Secondly, you may be in too much pain to do any conventional exercises. But today, we reveal one of the easiest forms of exercise you can do. Here's how you do the tree yoga pose… Start with the easiest exercises like the tree yoga pose ... ››› more
  • [10 March 2014]
  • Sit down to a delicious cup of tea and sip your rheumatoid arthritis pain away
  • Studies show that the antioxidant compound in green tea extract is the most powerful treatment for any type of inflammation. Specifically the inflammation that occurs in your joints due to rheumatoid arthritis. Here's why… The powerful antioxidant in green tea is an amazing compound that helps treat a variety of illnesses. It's more powerful than vitamin C and E, and is a great way to pre... ››› more
  • [13 February 2014]


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