When you're struggling with joint pain, staying active can be difficult. It might even scream pure torture to you.
But the reality is it's really important. Especially if you have rheumatoid arthritis.
Regular exercise helps…
* Maintain your weight and take the pressure off your joints.
* Surprisingly REDUCE pain!
* And, improve your mood. Exercise shouldn't hurt your joints, it s... ››› more
One natural remedy that is generating a great deal of excitement among scientists for its remarkable pain-relieving properties is capsaicin - the fiery active ingredient in chilli peppers.
It has been found to alleviate the pain of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, diabetic neuropathy (numbness/ tingling pain in hands or feet), and shingles when used in the form of a cream for ... ››› more
Over 70 years ago, Dr Norman Childers found that eliminating certain vegetables (known as nightshade vegetables) from your diet could completely eliminate your arthritis symptoms. Revealed: The real culprit behind osteoarthritis and how to neutralise it...
These vegetables, which include tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and brinjals, use a natural substance called solanine alkaloids to protect th... ››› more
If you suffer from any of the many conditions that cause joint pain, chances are you rely on pain killers.
But you may be surprised to know there are 3 ingredients in your kitchen right now that can help you manage your joint pain. Add these ingredients to your meals to help relieve joint pain...
Pain-soothing ingredient # 1: Olive oil
Scientists at the Monell Chemical Centre in Philadelp... ››› more
Hard work never killed anyone. Remember that adage?
That may be so.
But, if you're exposed to certain chemical compounds, found in common household products, you could be aggravating your joint pain... even causing permanent damage to your joints. The biggest culprit in household chemicals that’s destroying your joints
A recent study headed by a Yale researcher of 4,000 men and women be... ››› more
When your joints hurt, all you want to do is sit down and rest them.
But that may be the worst thing you do for your pain...
It turns out it's not rest your joints need to heal, it's movement.
Keep reading to find out more... What happens when you move your joints
This new study, which was published in Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, analysed the effect of movement on joints. The researc... ››› more
Antioxidants have been found to be beneficial for treating joint pain. They reduce the damage caused by oxidation - when chemicals mix with oxygen. They also protect cells from free radicals - unstable molecules produced by the body as a by-product of metabolic processes.
Find out how they can help reduce joint pain below... Study proves antioxidants are effective in reducing joint pain and he... ››› more
As an autoimmune disease, lupus occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissues and organs in the body. Some of the symptoms include mouth ulcers, hair loss, rashes, joint pain, fatigue, high blood pressure, and neurological problems such as seizures.
More advanced or acute cases can also involve the kidneys, lungs, and blood vessels, and can cause life-threatening complication... ››› more
Are you concerned that taking over-the-counter-medication to help ease the pain from your stiff sore joints may have negative effects on your health?
Then you'll be pleased to know that herbal tea is in fact one of the best remedies for stiff joints.
Now you can sip your stiff joints into a state of relaxation and healing with the all-natural goodness that only nature can provide!
Read on... ››› more
I'm normally the first person who'll tell you to ditch the synthetic drugs and focus on a long-term natural approach to get rid of your joint pain, or any other pain for that matter...
But I'm also a realist and I know that when you have a million things to do, getting rid of pain so that you can focus on life is much more practical than stuggling through the day.
So, I'm going to share wi... ››› more
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