13 Ways To Help With Arthritis
Tip One: It is a fact that 1 in every 3 people suffer with Arthritis and two thirds of those are women
Tip Two: Take a thimble of almond oil and mix it with 3 drops of Juniper oil: this is a really good aromatherapy oil to control pain and loosen joints. Although juniper is an excellent essential oil for many ailments it is suggested not to use during pregnancy due to it is known to induce labour.
Tip Three: There is nothing like eating oily fish three times a week, to help with the pain of arthritis (particularly osteoarthritis). But please see your doctor before you start this, if you have high blood pressure or a heart condition. The main oily fish are Salmon, trout, mackerel, herring and sardines.
Tip Four: Not all remedies for arthritis work for all types. You need to get an accurate diagnosis of what type you have and armed with that you can get remedies that work specifically for you. Go and have a check up to find out what type of arthritis you have. Arthritis ('arth' meaning joint, 'itis' meaning inflammation) isn't a one-note story or even a few variations on a single theme; it actually consists of more than 100 different conditions. Most common forms are: Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Tip Five: There is nothing like a good old fashion detox to rid your body of toxins and other contaminants. If your suffer from arthritis you need to remove the toxins because they can make the pain of arthritis worse. Despite the lack of scientific evidence, fasting programs still keep gaining in popularity. For a good detox plan, which is based on Aloe Vera, have a look at http://www.aloeveraexpress.com
Tip six: Avoid artificial sweeteners like saccharine and aspartame or sugar 'alternatives' as these seem to contribute to the problems associated with arthritis. Consider using natural whole foods and vegetables instead. The juice from a ripe apple is very sweet but you might not want to put that in your tea: so why not try: Barley Malt Syrup, Blackstrap Molasses, Brown Rice Syrup ,Date Sugar, honey and Maple Syrup, to name just a few.
Tip Seven: Go on a diet (http://www.aloeverexpress.com has a good diet ) to loose weight because your joints are made to carry a certain ' load ' only, and like a car...the springs can brake or have too much of a load. Keep moving.
Tip Eight: Making sure that you eat the right food can go a long way to helping Rheumatism or rheumatoid arthritis pains. Add foods to your diet like raw vegetables, garlic, yoghurt and coconut oil to your diet. A good helping of curry could relieve your pain.
That's because turmeric, a spice used in curry, contains curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory that works similarly to Cox-2 inhibitors, drugs that reduce the Cox-2 enzyme that causes the pain and swelling of arthritis.
Tip Nine: If the thought occurs to you that this is all to much, then you must be ready for the pain of arthritis to go on. Even vitamins ( if you take any ) will not have much effect. At the very least try some Aloe Vera Freedom for 60 days ( to give it a good chance to work ) to buy yours go to http://www.aloeveraexpress.com/site/1345660/product/196ah ....there is an offer on right now.
Tip Ten: Did you know that arthritis is the leading cause of disability in America? As people get older more and more of us are get some form of arthritis, but all the doctors and medical experts agree that no matter which form of arthritis you have, exercise can help you lead a happier, more productive and pain-free life.
Tip Eleven: Do not attributed your achy joints to your age as even children can get arthritis.
Tip Twelve: If your leg muscles ache, one of the exercises you can try it to 'push over a wall'. Arms straight out in front of you, facing a wall, you lean forward one leg in front of the other. Stretch your back leg by pushing the heal down towards the floor while trying to keep the knee joint straight. Hold for 15 to 30 seconds and switch legs.
Tip Thirteen. Aching leg muscles then try this exercise: With your arms straight out in front of you, facing a wall, you then lean forward with one leg in front of the other. Then stretch your back leg by pushing the heal down towards the floor, at the same time, keep the knee joint straight.
Hold this for 15 to 30 seconds and then switch legs.
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