Natural Arthritis Pain Relief Answers
Natural Arthritis Pain Relief – what you should know
I’m 23 years with almost constant knee pain. Therapy didn’t work meds didn’t help rubs didn’t work exercise made it worse.
“Arthritis knee pain does not discriminate. It can strike anyone, anywhere and at any age. The awful pain and discomfort caused by arthritis is hard to describe to someone who hasn’t experienced it: The stiffness, the burning, the inflammation and swelling, the constant creaking and popping, the pain when you stand and walk – Words are not enough to describe these symptoms. Most sufferers are led to think that this is a condition that they must learn to live with, manage, cope with and adjust to. This is not true. Arthritis knee pain can be dramatically reduced – without medication or surgery.
What Causes Arthritis Knee pain?
In one word – Inflammation. Osteoarthritis of the knee is a wear-and-tear condition that occurs when the cartilage in your knee deteriorates with use and age. The breakdown of cartilage causes the bones under it to rub together. The result is inflammation, swelling and pain. If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis of the knee- inflammation is caused by the body attacking its own joints.
2 Simple Steps to Stop Arthritis Knee Pain
All forms of arthritis knee pain have one thing in common – Inflammation. To achieve fast and dramatic knee pain relief – you must fight and reduce the inflammation in your knee. As always, the best way to achieve this goal is through natural methods – without addictive medication or surgery. One way to so that is to avoid inflammatory foods and eat anti inflammatory ones.
Step 1 – Stay Active!
Keeping active and losing weight (only if you are overweight of course) are the best ways to prevent and fight arthritis knee pain. We all know that losing weight is not so simple and doesn’t happen over night, so let’s focus on physical activity that can be started today and even right now.
If you have knee arthritis, the more you walk the more the knee will hurt. In time, running, playing golf or tennis and eventually even walking – may become impossible. But – cutting down on activities will not slow down arthritis and will actually worsen your knee pain in the long term. You must stay as active as your pain will comfortably allow. Take a walk every day, as much as you can bear. This will reduce the stiffness and strengthen the muscles around your knee – allowing them to properly support the knee joint. Stop only when you feel the pain is too much and only then. Do this every day and you will feel the results in a few days.
Step 2 – Fight the Inflammation!…
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And I have also heard that red light therapy can be very helpful for all types of pain relief, more details here:
Hope this helps:)