shoulder pain

Get Rid of Shoulder Pain Naturally

Whether caused by bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis or an injury, shoulder pain can keep you from sleeping well and performing everyday activities. It can keep your elbows from working, cause your hands to experience weakness, and make it painfully difficult to lift and carry objects. Getting shoulder pain under control is easy, however, and just requires a little rest, general muscle care and a few additions to your diet!


How do I know if I have shoulder pain?

  • Sharp, stabbing pain
  • Cramping pain
  • Stiffness
  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Bruising
  • Swelling
  • Difficulty lifting objects


How do I prevent shoulder pain?

  • Keep moving! Keep joints loose by doing regular activities every day.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Monitor and make sure you don’t over do and injure yourself.
  • Strengthen your pectoral and rhomboid muscles.


How can I treat shoulder pain?

  • Use ice to help reduce inflammation.
  • Give your shoulder a break by keeping your elbow by your side. Using a sling or arm rest can be helpful but only for small periods of time.
  • Devil’s Claw, Glucosamine sulphate and Boswellia can all be taken to help boost muscle and joint health.
  • Eat some pineapple! Pineapple is high in bromeliad a naturally anti-inflammatory.
  • Orange juice is full of vitamin C which helps to heal and prevent injuries.
  • Turmeric can be added to food to help reduce inflammation.
  • Do gentle stretches to help relax the muscles and provide relief.
  • Increase your intake of hot peppers. They’re full of capsaicin which helps to dull pain.
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