joint pain

Get Rid of Joint Pain Naturally

Joint pain can be caused by a lot of things, from arthritis to wear and tear to injuries and even weight! It makes regular everyday activities including moving and even breathing difficult and painful. Treating joint pain is crucial to maintaining a high quality of life and prevention should start early! Begin by maintaining a healthy weight and never pushing your body till it’s injured. Always treat injuries to joints quickly and effectively, don’t continue to use a joint that has been injured!


How do I know if I have joint pain?

  • Muscle pain
  • Joint stiffness
  • Joint pain
  • Trouble standing and walking
  • Trouble moving


How do I prevent joint pain?

  • Maintain a healthy weight. Lose weight if necessary.
  • Get regular exercise. This helps to strengthen both bones and muscles.
  • Keep your joints warm in cold weather.
  • Make sure your body is absorbing enough calcium! Calcium is important in both bone and joint health!


How can I treat joint pain?

  • Acupuncture helps to relieve pain and keep joints mobile by encouraging blood flow to the area to speed healing and relieve inflammation.
  • Glucosamine helps to build up the joints and provide more support. Just be sure you’re getting glucosamine sulfate not hydrochloride!
  • Fish oil, rose hips and ginger can all be taken to help reduce inflammation and lower pain.
  • A TENS machine can help to reduce pain, inflammation and joint stiffness.
  • Chiropractic care and massage can help to realign joints and reduce pain.
  • Hot compresses help to relieve pain, but cold compresses help to alleviate inflammation. Use both as necessary to help your joints keep working.
  • A diet soda could help to relieve pain as the aspartame in it helps to provide relief.
  • Epsom salts can be enjoyed in a bath. They’re full of magnesium sulfate which helps to reduce swelling.
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