Solutions for arthritis or lots of inflammation in the body, inflamed joints, very stiff arthritic joints.
There are several things that you can do:
1. Start adding anti-inflammatory vitamins and minerals like omegas, fish oil, flaxseed oil, chia seed oil, and turmeric. High doses of omega-3s help decrease the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 inside your body. That ratio has to be an ideal 2:1. The problem is that our diets are about 20:1, and that gap is inflammation. The more omega-3s you add to the equation, it helps lower that gap, decreases the inflammation, and allows the body to heal the way it's supposed to. Omega supplements have been shown to decrease pain better than NSAIDs like Aspirin or Advil.1
Tumeric is another very helpful nutrient/supplement to add to your diet for inflammation relief. Learn more here!
2. Cut out sugar. Sugar is gasoline for the fire when it comes to inflammation. Carbs, bread, crackers, fruits, juices all add fuel to the...
I get many questions in my office from people dealing with knee issues. Many are making some very poor (even dangerous) choices in trying to actually deal with the pain.
Here are 7 easy-to-use solutions to help you fix the problem rather than mask the symptom.
Before we break them down, it's important for you to know that there can be many causes of knee issues. I'm going to give you some blanketed solutions that will help manage and handle all of them. Of course, as with everything, you’ll want to talk to a healthcare provider to know for sure what you're dealing with. Here are some possible causes.
1. Overuse or Tendonitis. A very common cause of knee problems. The repetitive motion, constant damage, taxing stress and overuse is hard on the joint and the tendons of the knee. The damage leads to tendonitis and inflammation.
2. Poor Biomechanics. The bones and joints are out of alignment. Compare this to a tire being...
From 2013-2015, an estimated 54.4 million US adults (22.7%) annually had ever been told by a doctor that they had some form of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus, or fibromyalgia. By 2040, an estimated 78 million (26%) US adults ages 18 years or older are projected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. 1
According to the Arthritis Foundation there are over 100 different types of arthritis. To understand if you or a love one have a form of arthritis here are the common warning signs and symptoms:
The two most common forms of arthritis are inflammatory and degenerative. Infectious and metabolic (gout) can occur as well. Traditional approaches include NSAIDS and steroids. Some get to the point of therapy and surgeries.