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Arthritis Pain Relief - How to Decrease Chances of Arthritis

What Causes Arthritis?

Arthritis is one of the most common causes of chronic pain. But, arthritis pain relief is not as common. There are over one hundred diseases associated with arthritis, affecting areas in and around joints.

Just below heart disease, arthritis is the second leading cause of disability and the inability to work. Pain from arthritis can limit the ability to perform simple, every day activities. Many people believe that nothing can be done for arthritis - but there are ways to relieve the pain caused by arthritis. The most successful way is to manage your pain and try to avoid things that aggravate the problem area.

In many situations, arthritis is caused by the wear and tear of joints. Some of this wear and tear is caused as the body ages naturally. Some is brought on earlier than normal by overusing certain joints. Maintaining a healthy weight is essential in the prevention of the early onslaught of arthritis.

As with many other medical conditions, the way you take care of your body will be a determining factor in whether or not you arthritis affects you and how early you begin to see signs of the condition.


Ways to Prevent Or Decrease Your Chance of Arthritis

There are many ways to prevent the early onslaught of arthritis. Your body treats you the way you treat your body. Thinking ahead to the years when your body begins aging and taking care of yourself with that in mind can sometimes help you to avoid arthritis pain later in life - or in the very least, help you to prevent arthritis for a longer period of time.


Here are some ways you can decrease your chances of suffering from arthritis pain:

1. Maintain a healthy weight.
Excess weight causes early wear and tear of the weight-bearing joints, which include the feet, ankles, hips, knees, and spine.

2. Maintain a regular exercise routine.
The old saying, 'If you don't use it, you lose it', holds true. By not exercising regularly, muscles weaken and place more strain on the joints. By exercising regularly, the muscles are allowed to do their job and work with the joints, rather than the joints working for the muscles.

3. Don't over exercise.
While a regular exercise regimen is essential for your overall health, overusing your joints will have a detrimental effect on your body. The key is to exercise regularly - rather than trying to perform a week's worth of exercise once a week. Exercise daily - or maintain a consistent schedule.

4. Avoid repetitive movements as often as possible.
Repetitive movements of the wrists or knees can cause problems later in life. Try to switch activities frequently enough to avoid repetitive strain on the joints.

5. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of water.
A healthy diet and keeping your body properly hydrated are important factors in avoiding the early onslaught of arthritis.


Arthritis Pain Relief

Once you begin showing signs of arthritis pain, it is very important to see your physician so that, together, you can form a plan to manage your pain. Arthritis can cause debilitating pain and limit your activities. But, with proper care and pain management, it is possible to lead a normal life. Here are a few ways in which you can accomplish arthritis pain relief:

Medication.
Some physicians recommend medications for the relief of arthritis pain. Before you choose medication as your management program, you should discuss the side effects and interactions with other drugs with your physician. Always be sure to learn as much as you can in order to make an informed decision.

Herbal supplements.
Many people choose to avoid the risks associated with medications. In this case, herbal remedies may be used as a means of arthritis pain relief.

Magnet Therapy.
Many people believe in the therapeutic effects of magnet therapy.

Acupuncture.
For those who believe in the healing powers of acupuncture, this may be a route for you.

Ayurveda.
Many people who are in search of a holistic method of arthritis pain relief use this method of treatment, which originated in India.

There are many ways in which a person can prevent, decrease, or treat the effects of arthritis. The most important thing in determining the best course of action for arthritis pain relief is to learn as much as possible so that you can make an informed decision - one that is right for you.

Dr John Anne is an herbal specialist with years of experience and extensive research on herbs and alternative health.
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