Impact of Inflammation
Many factors over time can cause both arthritis and joint pain. Putting your body in a stress state due to either nutrition, activity levels, or other stressors will cause your body to become inflamed. When your body has a lot of inflammation, your joints also become inflamed and can be diagnosed as arthritis. Our body’s response to inflammation can result in pain. When our body is in pain, it is signaling that there is something wrong.
The Medical Approach
Typical medical solutions for these issues involve a cortisol shot or a high dosage NSAID (a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug) to alleviate pain. Although pain may be lifted at the moment, these two solutions cause more health issues down the road including heart issues and gut issues. The medical model desires to reduce inflammation, however, the solutions are synthetic and not dealing with the root cause. Fortunately, our body is powerfully and wonderfully made to heal itself. Here are the top five things to naturally help arthritis and joint pain.
Top 5 Solutions for Arthritis and Joint Pain
A lot of joints become inflamed due to lack of movement. The liquid around the joint needs to be released for new fluid to come in. If there is a lack of movement, joints become dehydrated and can cause degeneration. Add all range of motion movements throughout your entire day.
These natural supplements assist in reducing inflammation and restore strength in your joints. Turmeric, Boswellia, and ginger are great for reducing inflammation. Omega-3 fish oil, cod liver oil, and CBD oil help alleviate joint pain. MSN, Glucosamine Chondroitin, and bone broth help the structure of your joint.
Medical professionals say arthritis is genetic. This is false; it can be as simple as having a misalignment. Get consulted by a chiropractor who can find the misalignments throughout the body to remove interference and allow the body to heal itself properly. Not only can pain be removed, but also the core issue itself can be removed as well.
The minimum change you need to make to your diet is to eat an anti-inflammatory diet. This includes removing sugars, grains, and processed foods. The ultimate step following this would be to follow a plant paradox diet. This eliminates gluten, high levels of lectin, and also dairy. These foods can cause high levels of inflammation and digestive issues.
If you have tried tips 1-4 and are still experience symptoms of joint pain, get your gut tested. You can be following the supplements and diet recommended, but due to the condition of your gut, it cannot handle the change. With the westernized diet, it has destroyed our digestive system. After being tested, you can focus on healing your gut. Your gut can be connected to arthritis and joint pain.
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