Last Modified on Nov 24, 2014
Treating osteoarthritis requires a holistic approach that incorporates exercise, rest and natural supplements. The inclusion of exercise in a treatment regimen enhances circulation while rest, when appropriate, relieves the joint. Additionally, certain supplements offer anti-inflammatory treatment and relief.
What is Osteoarthritis?
Osteoarthritis is described as joint pain and damage associated with aging joints, injury and obesity. The most common symptoms of the condition include joint pain and stiffness. Creaky joints and swelling are also common of osteoarthritis. Areas commonly affected include the hands, wrist, neck, back, knee and hip.
Natural Treatment for Joint Pain
Treating joint pain involves a multifaceted approach that treats the condition from all sides. Exercise paired with appropriate periods of rest aid in regulating circulation of the joint as well as relieving pressure. Supplements, including omega-3s and glucosamine, also help treat the condition by limiting and reversing inflammation.
Exercise serves as an effective treatment for osteoarthritis in a number of ways. Continuing to use the afflicted joint enhances circulation, offers repair and often aids in weight loss. Gentle exercise is best including such programs as yoga and tai chi.
It is also important to rest the affected joints as necessary. Resting the joints is typically appropriate for treating pain associated with sudden, acute symptoms. Cold packs and heat pads also aid in rest treatment and promoting healing.
Supplements serve as a third component of an osteoarthritis treatment regimen. The key for treating joint pain via supplements is selecting anti-inflammatory supplements including omega-3 fats, turmeric, ginger and vitamin C. Glucosamine is another well-known osteoarthritis cure.
One of the most common forms of arthritis, osteoarthritis is generally caused by aging joints, injury and obesity. Effective treatment options, however, relieve stress on the joints as well as reduce inflammation that causes pain.
Table of Contents
- TED'S ANSWERS
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Black Cherry Juice, ACV, Turmeric
- Cervical Spondylosis
- Cetyl Myristoleate Supplement
- Chronic Dehydration Theory
- Cinnamon and Honey
- Cod Liver Oil and Super Greens
- Devil's Claw
- Diet and Exercise
- DMSO, Castor Oil
- General Feedback
- Ginger Root
- Gluten-Free Diet, DMSO
- Heberden's Node Remedies
- Honey and Royal Jelly
- Improved Diet, Sunshine, H2O2 Inhalation Method
- Juicing, Supplements
- Magnet Therapy
- Manipulative Therapy
- Multiple Remedies
- Omega 3 Oils
- Organic Broccoli
- Ted's Remedies
- Turmeric, Ginger and Cinnamon
- Vitamin C
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[NAY] I've tried apple cider vinegar with honey for 3 months for osteo arthritis in my hands. So far non beneficial at all. Does anyone out there have any ideas to help? I can't sleep at night the pain and inflamation is terrible. Thanks in advance.
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