Relieve joint pain to improve mobility naturally

It doesn’t matter how old you are, with over 230 moveable and semi-moveable joints in your body, there’s a very good chance that at some point in your life you’ll suffer from some sort of joint pain and inflammation. In fact, you may already be one of the millions of Australians affected by some form of arthritic pain. Early intervention with a proactive treatment approach can help to delay the onset and severity of joint pain and inflammation so you can actively participate in everyday activities for years to come.

 Joints, pain and inflammation

We all experience joint pain differently and may even have completely different symptoms, range of mobility and other factors that can make it better or worse. Inflamed, painful joints are characterised by swelling, heat, immobility and redness. Joint pain limits your movement which further decreases mobility and increases stiffness, while chronic inflammation leads to tissue destruction and thickening or scarring of the connective tissues found in joints.

 Joints are made up of connective tissues including cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles and bones, and joint pain is usually associated with some form of cartilage damage. Smooth healthy cartilage protects the joint and the end of the bones, and once the cartilage is damaged, it becomes uneven and creates friction of the bones. Tendons, ligaments and muscles surrounding the joint tend to weaken with the joint becoming distorted, inflamed, painful and stiff.

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Managing Arthritic Pain & Inflammation Naturally

Millions of Australians are affected by some form of joint pain every day. Each person experiences pain differently; two people with the same arthritic condition may have completely different symptoms, range of mobility and aggravating factors. Eliminating, reducing or learning to manage your pain levels naturally lets you actively take part in everyday activities and generally feel happier and healthier.

Pain & inflammation typically go hand in hand

Pain arises when your nervous system reacts to inflammatory signals in damaged cells. Pain may be felt in a specific area, or felt over a number of areas in your body. Inflammation is your body’s response to some form of injury or insult, whether from bacteria, viruses, wear and tear or trauma. Acute inflammation is immediate; necessary for the healing process to begin and usually resolves quite quickly. Chronic inflammation can last for several years, leading to destruction of tissue and thickening and scarring of connective tissue found in your joints.

5 classical signs of inflammation

While osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout all have their own distinct clinical features, they all have pain and inflammation in common. The 5 classical signs of inflammation are:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Heat
  • Immobility
  • Redness

Traditional Herbs that relieve pain & inflammation:

Boswellia is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine as a powerful anti-inflammatory for the relief of arthritic conditions. In clinical research, Boswellia has been shown to assist in the relief of joint pain, stiffness and swelling associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.....

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