How to Maximize the Effectiveness of Your Treatment

Jul 3, 2013

In this post the central theme is how you can associate to your existing arthritis management plan a natural Arthritis treatment and complementary medicine in order to reach your targets: decrease Arthritis symptoms, slow the progression of this condition, prevent damage to the joints and preserve mobility for as long as possible.

We encourage you to take a leap of faith and include the following tips to your everyday management plan, and you will see that even the smallest change to your diet or in your exercising habits, will maximize the effectiveness of your treatment. Arthritis does not have to be the shadow you fear, but the challenge you can conquer!

Let us take a look at the natural remedies you can easily buy at the grocery store and use to get some relief for Arthritis:


  • Ginger – this amazing herb is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. According to the Dutch doctors, ginger helps alleviate pain when consumed fresh or dried in salads, soups, fresh juices etc.


  • Fresh and young dandelion leaves – dandelion leaves contain vitamin A and C, both able to repair damaged tissue and restore the body's homeostasis. You can also make tea from dried dandelion leaves: with just 3 teaspoons of powder to which you add 1 cup of boiling water, you have the a homemade natural Arthritis treatment at your disposal.


  • Celery – this plant contains over 25 anti-inflammatory substances and potassium. Celery is highly recommended for reducing swelling and pain around the joints. And the simplest way to add it to your diet is just by chopping it fresh in your salads or by taking it as a natural supplement. This ingredient, known for its curative properties is also a main ingredient I Live Pain Free contains in its formula. The results are amazing, if you think that for some people it has relieved pain in less than one week!

Complementary medicine teaches us that little by little one goes far. Studies show that people suffering from Arthritis who exercise regularly and also adjust their diet can better manage and reduce their symptoms.

With regard to how regular exercise can fit into your treatment plan, the first thing you should know is that it will help you achieve better flexibility, strengthen your muscles, improve your cardiovascular fitness and keep your weight under control. For further details about the exercise you can do, please address your medical specialist.

To complement the new path you are already considering, making noticeable changes in your diet might have a positive impact on your Arthritis as well. However, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that diet can influence some types Arthritis. For example, a common type of hand Arthritis, gout, belongs to the former category as it is affected by the levels of uric acid in the body; reducing the intake of alcohol, beer, herring, meat extracts, mushrooms and other purine-rich foods can have noticeable positive effects.

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