Medicine Information

Powerful Arthritis Pain Relief For All Of Us


When you ask what arthritis is, professinals will tell you it's inflammation of one or more joints. But you know it better as pain, swelling, stiffness, deformity, and/or a diminished range of motion of those joints! It's estimated that over 50 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and other related conditions.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. Osteo arthritis seems to come with the wear and tear of aging and affects nearly three-quarters of those over 50. The onset of arthritis is marked by morning stiffness, crackling joints, and perhaps some pain. As it progresses it causes discomfort, more pain, and some disability. It also causes an enormous consumption of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that can have undesirable long-term effects.

If left untreated, osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, along with other forms of rheumatoid disease, can become progressively worse... painful crippling can result. This is particularly true of rheumatoid arthritis, which can destroy joints, unless effective treatment is administered in time.

Modern medicine doesn't have much to offer for these chronic conditions... offering only symptomatic temporary relief. True, painkillers along with the so-called NSAIDs, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, are effective in reducing symptoms quickly. However,these often cause serious side effects such as ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding, and they don't stop the progression of the disease. In the long run they have actually proven to worsen the condition by accelerating joint destruction.

Coping with the chronic pain of arthritis can be frustrating. You get the feeling you're all alone facing the daily challenges caused by your arthritis symptoms. And, the traditional treatments leave a lot to be desired. It doesn't have to be this bad!

The last few years of research on arthritis have brought some hope to this dismal picture. Old herbal remedies such as ginger, nettle, and willow bark, as well as fish oils and the already well-known cartilage constituents glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin sulfate, are about to revolutionize the treatment of arthritis. These substances not only give symptomatic relief, but, actually intervene at the root of the arthritis problem and help the body to rebuild functioning joints.

As they quickly sooth your pain, these powerful creams help repair, restore and regenerate cartilage, tendons, muscle and ligaments. Fast acting, these creams increase mobility and optimal repair of joint structures as they help reinforce the body's protective linings and lubricating fluids by recovering cell stability and function to stop further damage. Really powerful stuff. You can learn more about this non-traditional arthritis treatment at our website.

To your good health, Jim Dowler

About The Author

Jim Dowler is the Webmaster of http://arthritis-pain-relief.gainstreet.com


MORE RESOURCES:
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


Financial Times

Scientists develop electronic 'smart skin' for sports and medicine
Financial Times
Electronic “smart skin” devices are being developed to monitor the biochemistry of sweating sports players, the health of stroke patients and the heartbeat of sick babies, researchers told the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting ...
Japanese researchers develop ultrathin, highly elastic skin displayEurekAlert

all 19 news articles »


KFDI

Flus, cold and cavities: How cold medicine can affect your kids teeth
KFDI
INDIANAPOLIS -- During this cold and flu season, dentists want you to take extra steps when giving cold and cough medicine to your children. Dentists at Indiana University Health report many of the liquid medications are chock full of sugars, which end ...

and more »


Standard Speaker

New medicine effective in fighting high cholesterol
Standard Speaker
The new drug is expensive, about $14,000 a year before insurance for the twice-monthly self-injected medicine. Blum said insurance companies typically will cover the drug for patients who can't reach their cholesterol goals with the highest tolerated ...

and more »


Forbes

Is Gaming Technology 'Medicine's New Frontier?'
Forbes
The Internet is rife with articles about the potentially harmful effects of gaming. Psychologists and parents have been debating the pros and cons of the issue for decades now—namely whether video games promote violence, social isolation and obesity ...



Stuff.co.nz

Popular Arthrem medicine linked with potential harm to liver
Stuff.co.nz
Medsafe is advising members of the public taking the dietary supplement Arthrem of a potential risk of harm to the liver. A widely used supplement to relieve joint pain could harm the liver - and some users have needed hospital care, Medsafe warns ...
Warning of potential harm to liver associated with the natural medicine ArthremNew Zealand Doctor Online

all 6 news articles »


HuffPost South Africa

Local Black Women Breaking Down Barriers In Medicine
HuffPost South Africa
From the youngest black female hospital CEO to the country's first black female neurosurgeon — young women in medicine are trailblazing. These mbokodos, all in their thirties, are as inspirational as they are aspirational. And today we're celebrating ...



Tri-City Herald

Medicine engineered specifically for you? That's PNNL's goal
Tri-City Herald
How disease develops and how it responds to treatment can be as different as people themselves. That knowledge is inspiring a new medical discipline, precision medicine, that relies heavily on the type of scientific expertise and resources found at ...



Front Page Africa

Why Is Liberian Health System Struggling With Modern Day Medicine?
Front Page Africa
Corruptions which includes, misappropriate used of funds, irrational used of resources and the failure of auditor to report the actual case if there is any because they negotiate with said administrator/s for little of nothing leaving the majority with ...

and more »


Healthcare IT News (blog)

Penn Medicine CISO: 3 Strategies every security team should have
Healthcare IT News (blog)
After all the cybersecurity threats and events in the last 12 months, infosec teams should focus on these priorities as the craft strategies into the future. By Dan Costantino. February 19, 2018. 09:08 AM. Share. cybersecurity threats. The information ...



Catholic San Francisco

'SLOW MEDICINE'
Catholic San Francisco
Sweet, now an associate clinical professor of medicine at UC San Francisco, decided to write a book “and capture what I learned so other people could experience what I experienced.” Five years later, in 2012, she published “God's Hotel: A Doctor, a ...


Google News

home | site map | Dr. Thad Thomas
© 2006