Dealing With Osteoarthritis and Joint Pain

Osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease, is the most common type of arthritis. It is associated with the breakdown of a joint’s cartilage. Osteoarthritis causes the cartilage in a joint to become stiff and lose its elasticity, making it more susceptible to damage.

 

Exercise

To keep osteoarthritis in check, it’s important to be as healthy as possible. This means staying active through exercise, and stretching often to prevent joints from getting stiff from underuse. Gentle exercises, such as swimming or walking on flat surfaces, are recommended because they create less stress on joints. Activities that increase joint pain (jogging, high-impact aerobics, etc.) should be avoided.

Dealing With Osteoarthritis and Joint Pain

 

Weight control

Losing weight can prevent extra stress on weight-bearing joints.

 

A Healthy Diet

Finally, eating a well-balanced, vitamin-rich diet can help your body get the nutrients it needs to maintain cartilage and reduce irritation and inflammation in your joints.

 

Medication

One of the best ways to manage the symptoms of osteoarthritis is through natural supplements. Supplements formulated with ingredients like ginger and boswellia work to help your body to reduce inflammation and cut out the pain triggers of osteoarthritis right at their source. Best of all, ginger and boswellia-based supplements have no negative side effects and don’t put you at risk of developing a chemical dependency.

Conventional medications for treating osteoarthritis are listed below, though it’s recommended that you carefully research the side effects of each medication before taking it.

  • Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS): These strong painkillers work by reducing inflammation and can be taken as pills or topical creams.

  • Paracetamol: These non-prescription painkillers can be taken regularly to keep the symptoms of arthritis from being overpowering.

  • Capsaicin Cream: Especially effective for osteoarthritis in the hands or knees, capsaicin cream works to block the nerves that send pain messages to the brain, making it easier to go through daily life without pain.

Joint pain is undoubtedly difficult to bear with and prompt action is required to improve joint health. For this, you can try FlexiQule, a joint supplement containing concentrated Indian Frankincense along with ginger. Both natural ingredients are scientifically proven to treat arthritis, joint stiffness and pain.

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