Proper Nutrition Can Help With Arthritis Pain

healthy fruits for arthritis
In order to deal with arthritis symptoms people often use a combination of different medications. It seems that this method of treatment isn't the only option and there are simpler, less dangerous ways to cope with arthritis pain. According to dietician and nutritionist Jenelle Solomon, a simpler way to get relief from arthritis symptoms is changing your diet. Solomon says that because arthr...
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Top 5 Facts about Arthritis

Facts about arthtritis
People tend to have the wrong idea when it comes to how and why arthritis develops. Here is a list of facts to better understand the disease and its symptoms. Changing the climate won't help arthritis symptoms Arthritis patients often seem to state that their symptoms felt less bad in warm and dry environments. Unfortunately, this is just an illusion. Although the weather has a small...
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Treating the Source of Inflammatory Arthritis

Inflammatory Arthritis
According to a recent research, which was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science there are specific compounds in the body that are capable of reducing inflammation and preventing damage to healthy tissues for both arthritis patients and patients suffering from other inflammatory diseases. The researchers from the University of Edinburgh have been studying human cells in...
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Sexually-transmitted Diseases (STD) Can Cause Arthritis

Stop STD sign - related arthritis
Although sexually-transmitted diseases (STD) and arthritis aren't generally associated with each other, sometimes there can be a connection between the two of them. It is important to recognize the symptoms quickly so that you may begin the proper treatment. A recent story published in HealthDay involved a young man who noticed that a painless lump appeared on his ankle and then started to experi...
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Do’s and Don’ts When You Have Arthritis

dos-n-donts WHEN YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS
Arthritis is one of the most common diseases and one the main causes of pain and disability worldwide. There are many ways of reducing arthritis pain by doing exercises, taking medication and reducing stress. The problem is which will work best for you. This is a list of do's and don'ts to help you decide what's best for you. Standard Action In order to better deal with the disease better th...
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Why Lose Weight When You Have Arthritis?

Having arthritis may make it harder for you to lose weight but it doesn't make it impossible. Losing weight can be difficult as it is, but it can prove to be an even harder challenge when you have arthritis. Being overweight can influence how you feel and can also raise the risk for arthritis. According to Robert H. Carter, MD, deputy director of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoske...
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Nerve Renew Review: All the Neuropathy Support You Need in One Bottle

Nerve Renew
The result of years of research by the Neuropathy Treatment Group, Nerve Renew was created to improve neuropathy symptoms, reduce pain, numbness, tingling and burning sensations in hands and feet, strengthen nerves and nerve linings, help improve coordination and balance and diminish stress and anxiety.   What Is Nerve Renew? Nerve Renew was created to improve neuropathy symptoms, specific...
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Top 7 Foods to Reduce Arthritis Symptoms

7 Foods to Reduce Arthritis Symptoms
Arthritis is a debilitating disease which is characterized by the swelling and inflammation of the joints. The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis and it affects a very large number of the population. Another common form of arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease, caused by the bad functioning of the immune system. Researchers suggest that a change in your ...
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Arthritis Risk Factors

Arthritis is a disease that affects a large number of the population. It is a chronic health condition characterized by pain and stiffness to the joints. There are various types of arthritis with several risk factors. Some of these risk factors can't be avoided but others can be kept under control. We will focus on the main risk factor for two of the most common types of arthritis – rheumatoid ar...
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Chromium

 Even though it is a lesser known mineral, chromium is actually present in many of the foods most of us consume on a daily basis. It is essential in helping the body process and transform foods into energy, and it also helps it break down insulin, thus maintaining blood sugar at a normal level. Chromium is also very beneficial for brain function. Although medical studies in this area are not very ...
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