At Home Methods for Arthritis

Many people suffer from arthritis pain. For some the pain is caused by osteoarthritis, the wear and tear of cartilage making the bones rub together causing friction, damage, and inflammation. For others, the pain is caused by rheumatoid arthritis, a systemic condition that triggers symptoms including inflammation and pain throughout the body attacking joint tissue. Regardless of which form of arthritis is causing the pain, relief is what everyone is seeking.
1. Exercise
Exercise helps arthritis by keeping your joints flexible and strengthening the muscles that support your joints. Recommended workouts are swimming, cycling, pace-walking, and Yoga.
2. MANAGE YOU WIEGHT
Manage Your Weight – Managing your weight will eliminate the extra pressure on your joints and improve arthritis symptoms. Additionally, managing weight improves mobility and prevents future damage to the joints from additional stress.2. Manage Your Weight – Managing your weight will eliminate the extra pressure on your joints and improve arthritis symptoms. Additionally, managing weight improves mobility and prevents future damage to the joints from additional stress.
3. Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating – Eating healthy not only helps you to manage your weight, but also helps control the inflammation by the foods you eat or don’t eat. Fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole foods will boost your immune system and improve your overall health. Avoid processed foods, red meats, saturated fat, salt, and added sugars which all increase inflammation and contribute to obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease. 3. Healthy Eating – Eating healthy not only helps you to manage your weight, but also helps control the inflammation by the foods you eat or don’t eat. Fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole foods will boost your immune system and improve your overall health. Avoid processed foods, red meats, saturated fat, salt, and added sugars which all increase inflammation and contribute to obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease.
4. Cold and Heat Therapy
Cold and Heat Therapy – Cold and heat therapy treatments can relieve inflammation and pain from arthritis. Ice gel packs applied to painful joints can provide quick relief from inflammation and pain. Warm baths, heating pads, and electric blankets can all help ease stiffness and discomfort from arthritis pain.4. Cold and Heat Therapy – Cold and heat therapy treatments can relieve inflammation and pain from arthritis. Ice gel packs applied to painful joints can provide quick relief from inflammation and pain. Warm baths, heating pads, and electric blankets can all help ease stiffness and discomfort from arthritis pain.
5. Relaxation Techniques
Relaxation Techniques – relaxation techniques, such as meditation, deep breathing, tai chi, and yoga, can help reduce stress, which lowers inflammation and pain. Stress, anxiety, and even depression are all complications of chronic arthritis pain and contribute to increased inflammation and pain. Controlling those symptoms through relaxation techniques can help you to manage your pain.5. Relaxation Techniques – relaxation techniques, such as meditation, deep breathing, tai chi, and yoga, can help reduce stress, which lowers inflammation and pain. Stress, anxiety, and even depression are all complications of chronic arthritis pain and contribute to increased inflammation and pain. Controlling those symptoms through relaxation techniques can help you to manage your pain.
Pain Stop Clinics want you to learn how to control your arthritis pain and inflammation while at home. Try these at home remedies and call Pain Stop Clinics, the experts in responsible pain management, for an evaluation and comprehensive treatment plan to help you control your arthritis condition.
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