The 8 Secret Ways to Help and Manage Arthritis Pain Symptoms

The 8 Secret Ways to Help and Manage Arthritis Pain Symptoms.
8 Arthritis Pain Management Tips - For many arthritis sufferers, relief cannot come soon enough! Are you, or someone you know, in that situation?

In this fifth video in the series of “The Secrets of Arthritis”, you’ll discover the 8 secret ways to help and manage arthritis pain symptoms.

Regardless of which type of arthritis people are dealing with, they can very likely make changes to their diet and lifestyle to help with arthritis pain management.

Making some dietary changes can significantly help reduce your inflammation.

Incorporating oily fish, staying hydrated, and avoiding trigger foods can make a significant difference to your pain levels.

Here are the 8 secret ways to help and manage arthritis pain symptoms:

#1. Keep to a Gluten-Free Diet:

Many people find that once they adopt a gluten-free diet, that joint pain reduces, and energy levels improve as well.

You can still enjoy your favorite carbohydrates such as breads and pastas, but they cannot be made from wheat, rye or barley.

#2: Physiotherapy:

Many patients report an increase in mobility by working with a trained professional. Incorporating some specific exercises into your day can help you become more flexible over time.

It’s essential to move the joints in order to increase blood flow.

#3. Yoga and Tai Chi:

These two forms of exercise are excellent for three reasons:

(1) They gently stimulate your circulation, and help ‘wake up’ stiff joints that have not been mobile or flexible for quite some time;

(2) The exercises can be done at your own pace and within a short amount of time; and

(3) You will soon notice how you can reach further, and hold poses for longer.

It’s vital to breathe deeply during your routines in order to help bring oxygenated blood to the joints, helping to facilitate the healing process.

#4. Anti-Inflammatory Herbs:

Herbs can play a big part in managing your arthritis pain.

For example:

(1) Brewing some tea in the morning and before you go to bed;

(2) Adding some to the bath water in a homemade nylon bag; and

(3) Applying a compress on affected areas.... can make a positive difference.

Most of the herbs used for reducing inflammation are very common and available.

#5. Aspirin-like Herbs:

Many of the pain relief medications available today originated from natural plants.

For example, Willow Bark, Wintergreen, Birch, White Poplar Bark and Meadowsweet have been used since ancient times for alleviating pain.

#6. Oily Fish:

Many people take fish oils to improve their skin and help lubricate their joints, with little success.

They're sold on the lie that fish oils are great for heart health and for improving circulation, and beneficial for joint problems.

But fish oil is not the same as oily fish.

The difference is that oily fish, whilst it has anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, also has antioxidants called polyphenols, and these protect the omega-3 fatty acids from oxidizing, i.e. going off.

#7. Compresses:

Another simple method for alleviating arthritis pain is to alternate hot and cold compresses to encourage blood flow to the affected area.

(1) Hot:

Heat therapy provides pain relief by altering the sensation of pain as it stimulates blood circulation, while also dilating the blood vessels to reduce muscle spasms.

(2) Cold:

Conversely, you may also reduce the swelling of your joints by using cold packs which help constrict your blood vessels.

#8. Weight Loss:

Weight loss is one of the best ways to lessen the pain brought about by arthritis.

Every pound you lose means less strain and pain on your joints.

Summing Up:

Measures are available so you can take some control and manage arthritic pain effectively, therefore allowing you to live a lifestyle without too many compromises.

“The Secrets of Arthritis” video series is continued in the next video, which looks at herbal remedies for arthritis, and how effective these remedies are.


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