How to Treat Arthritis Naturally and Reduce Your Inflammation

 

How to Treat Arthritis Naturally and Reduce Your Inflammation? Red, burning, swollen and so stiff you don't want to move... that's what those who suffer from arthritis experience on a daily basis. To better understand how to treat arthritis naturally and reduce your inflammation we need to dive deeper into its root cause. Read on to find out more.
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Red, burning, swollen and so stiff you don’t want to move… that’s what those who suffer from arthritis experience on a daily basis. If you know this all too well, you are probably one of those (that’s 1 out of every 5 people) that are living with arthritis every day.

 

To better understand how to treat arthritis naturally and reduce your inflammation we need to dive deeper into its root cause.

Some of the types of arthritis which are associated with inflammation include:

* rheumatoid arthritis
* gout
* tendinitis
* bursitis
* polymyalgia rheumatica

What is Arthritis?

Arthritis actually means joint (arthr) inflammation (itis). Arthritis can be used to define a group of more than 100 rheumatic diseases and other conditions that can cause pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints or any part of your body.
Additionally, it can damage the joint cartilage which can lead to joint weakness, instability and visible deformities that can interfere and, in severe cases, limit a person’s ability to perform most basic daily tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, using a computer keyboard, washing dishes or brushing your teeth.

 

Arthritis can affect anyone regardless of age and most commonly affects joints in the knees, hips, hands and spine. If left undiagnosed and not treated properly, arthritis can cause irreversible damage to the joints, bones, organs, and skin. Not to mention dramatically impair your quality of life.

Arthritis-related conditions primarily affect the muscles and the bones but it is also considered to be systemic, affecting the whole body. Arthritis can cause damage to any bodily organ or system, including the lungs, kidneys, blood vessels, skin and even the heart.

 

The Arthritis Foundation sites two independent studies (Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota) both of which prove that the widespread inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis is linked to heart disease and an increased risk of early death.

No one really knows the exact cause of arthritis but there are certain risk factors to keep in mind:

* Genetics – likely to contribute to risk but no one knows
how much.
* Age – the older you are the more at risk you become.
* Weight – maintaining a healthy weight will ease the load on
the joints.
* Previous Injury – major injuries are likely to contribute to
risk.
* Occupational Hazards – repetitive, high demand jobs increase
risk.
* Certain Sports – high level, high demand sports can
contribute to arthritis (however, general exercise is always
a plus)
* Illness or infection – an infection in the joint or gout can
lead to arthritis.

What we do know is that when you have arthritis your immune system
goes into over-drive and causes the joints to swell and become inflamed. Therefore, treating the inflammation becomes the key in managing the pain and discomfort associated with this condition.

Sadly enough, the Arthritis Foundation reports that half of those that are afflicted with arthritis don’t believe anything can be done to help ease their pain. You may be in that situation yourself, having thrown your hands up in frustration and simply decided to live with your pain. The good news is that by reducing the inflammation you can significantly ease the painful symptoms associated with arthritis.

How to treat arthritis naturally and reduce your inflammation? Do the following:

* Exercise – less weight equals less stress on joints
* Diet – Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole-grain
products; limit sugar, salt and fat (especially saturated fat
found in animal products)
* Rest – a good balance between rest and activity is the key to
joint health
* Over-the-counter and prescription medications – while these may
provide temporary relief by masking the pain they are not always
get to the root of the problem – inflammation. They can also
have serious side effects, especially with long-term use.
* Natural anti-inflammatory supplements – probably the most
promising natural approach to reducing inflammation in a long
while. We recommend looking for supplements containing systemic
enzymes and all-natural herbal ingredients.

By taking these simple steps to reducing inflammation you will be well
on your way to managing your arthritis pain and it devastating effects
on your mind and body. Everyone should strive to achieve a healthy and
active lifestyle for optimal health and wellbeing.

 

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