Soothing and Alleviating Arthritis Pain

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Arthritis is an umbrella term that refers to a disease that causes inflammation, pain, and stiffness to one or more joints. It affects more than 3 million people every year,  and there is currently not a known cure. In light of all this, what we want to do in this health hack is offer practical steps that empower you to soothe and alleviate arthritis pain, whether you have it or simply want to prevent it.



When you’re joints are stiff and achy exercising is probably the last thing on your mind,  and we totally get that. But the fact of the matter is its EXTREMELY important to strengthen the joints and muscles that are affected by your arthritis! We recommend you find an exercise that suits you and doesn’t strain your arthritic area too much.

Being consistent and disciplined in…

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6 thoughts on “Soothing and Alleviating Arthritis Pain

  1. When I was in high school I was 245 pounds over wight never like working out ones I got out high school got older decided to change my life around Took me 2 years lose my fat from so much work out now I’m 186 pounds but muscle tone I’m still struggling to lose my belly fat but I gotten use to it

  2. Traditional Far Eastern Medicine suggest herbal tonics with Basil Tea and other anti-inflammatory to alleviate this kind of pains especially in cold weather. There may be something to 5000 years of Indian and Chinese herbal medicine…..the Indian name for this tea blend is : Krishna Tulsi . There is no point trying to find the Chinese name for the blend as it is not for sale online and you need to get it mixed by a traditional Chinese Herbalist.

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