5 Home Remedies for Arthritis are listed and explained in this article and we do hope you find it informative and helpful for your findings.
When a person begins to experience stiffness and pains in the joints due to softening and swelling of those joints, the person is said to have arthritis.
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There are several types of arthritis but the general symptom is the stiffness of the joints which comes with mild to severe pains and impairs locomotion.
However, treatment often depends on which type a person is diagnosed with and gender sometimes plays a major role in the type of arthritis a man or a woman suffers from.
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It is important to say that some people are more prone to having arthritis if they had an injury in their joints before or had a family member who suffered from arthritis because it could be in their genes.
Also, people who are overweight (obese) and aging are likely to have arthritis. Everyone who has one or more of these risk factors must be deliberate at taking precautionary measures to keep arthritis away.
In this article, the effort will be made to make a list of the natural remedies one can use to treat arthritis. We cannot overemphasize the importance of natural treatments, considering their near-zero side effects and great efficacy.
Do you know someone who’s got arthritis? Say your aging parents or grandparents or some kind of robust woman in your religious group, read the tips below, and share with them!
How To Treat Arthritis Naturally
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So, What are the Natural Remedies for Arthritis?
1. Hot or cold water treatments
As stated earlier, arthritis causes stiffness of the joints and one way to reduce this is to have a long hot bath first thing in the morning. Also, cold compresses are known to relieve joint pains.
2. Lose some weight
If a person is robust, there is a lot of load on the joints and this can cause arthritis. Lose some weight by starting a weight loss schedule and minding your diet.
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Regular massages according to Healthline are great to reduce stiffness of joints and the pain experienced by arthritis patients. If a person cannot afford to pay for professional massage sessions, he or she could learn how to carry out what is known as self-massage.
4. Regular Exercise
Exercising has more health benefits than we know. Apart from the fact that they keep us active, strong, and smarter, they help our heart, bones, and joints to function more effectively. People with arthritis have to exercise their joints.
5. Add turmeric to your dishes
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Turmeric is a popular spice used for cooking fried rice and other dishes. It contains curcumin, a substance known for its anti-inflammatory effects.
Since arthritis comes with swellings (inflammations) in the joints, adding turmeric to one’s dishes will reduce and eventually stop the joint inflammations and ease the pain.