Treating Joint Pain

Treating Joint Pain

There are 8 comments on the story from Dec 13, 2012, titled Treating Joint Pain. In it, reports that:

Are you looking for a treatment for joint pain? Treating joint pain with ice and heat can help, as well as gels and topical creams.

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Since: Sep 12

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#1 Dec 18, 2012
There is no permanent cure for joint pains. By using joint supplements can at least relieve the pain to some extent. We will also have to maintain a healthy body weight with some low impacting activities which will decrease your joint pain.

Since: Sep 12

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#3 Dec 24, 2012
Hi...Thank You so much for your response.

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Jul 7, 2013
There are a lot of ways to relieve joint pains. A change in one's diet may help in reducing the onset of the condition. Some may have opted for surgery like hip replacement to eliminate the pain and inconvenience and to enjoy a better quality of life.

Anyway, here's a tidbit of info on hip replacement: .

Since: Oct 13

Latham, NY

#7 Nov 27, 2013
Aching joints are among the most common health complaints, and they can happen for reasons too numerous to count. If you, like me, suffer from the occasional twinge in the knee or feel your elbows demanding some TLC after hours of slogging at the desk, I have some advice that will bring you relief. I have tried each one of these, and felt better each time. The good news is, these remedies require very little effort, and yield great results.

Feast on Carrots: Did you know that carrots have been used for centuries in Chinese medicine as an effective remedy for aching joints? Simply grate a carrot in a bowl, and squeeze some lemon juice on it. Enjoy raw or steamed. Carrot nurtures the ligaments, bringing relief from pain.

Munch on soaked fenugreek seeds for joint pain relief.
Munch on Fenugreek seeds: my grandmother’s favorite remedy for joint ache. She would soak a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in clean water overnight. In the morning, she would drain off the water and munch on the seeds. They taste slightly bitter to begin with, then slowly and pleasantly sweeten as you chew. According to ancient Indian healers, fenugreek is “warm” in nature, which makes it helpful in healing your joints.

Drink more water: among the lesser-known benefits of drinking more water is that it softens cartilage and keeps it hydrated. Water helps you maintain an adequate blood volume so that nutrients can move through your blood and into your joints. It also moves waste away from your joints, making them less likely to ache.

Eat More Onions: they are a famous anti-inflammatory food. They contain phytochemicals that improve your immune system. The sulfur compounds in onions inhibit the enzymes that trigger pain. A study establishes that fresh onions have an analgesic effect similar to that of morphine.

Massage the joint: a gentle massage with warm oil eases inflammation, improves circulation and relaxes your muscles. As a result, your joints feel better, too. A tried-and-tested home remedy for knee pain in our household is to heat two tablespoons of mustard oil, along with a whole clove of garlic (which is also known for its inflammation-fighting properties). When the oil is still hot but not scalding, start massaging your aching knees with it. It brings immediate relief.

Cobra pose can open help aching elbows and also open stiff muscles in the shoulders and back.
wonderful resource for knee-friendly asanas.

Ashburn, VA

#9 Jan 8, 2014
Tablets For Joint Pain Relief - I received the order and it was on time and the pills work great.

Since: Jan 14

Denver, CO

#10 Jan 21, 2014
Joint pain is a fact of life (especially as you start getting older like me). I have stayed away from NSAIDs for joint pain because of the nasty side effects.

Heat packs seems to work well for me and also a natural supplement I found that has done wonders. The supplement includes glucosamine, chondroitin, msm AND turmeric (which most people don't have). I get it from amazon at:

I hope that helps :)

Thunder Bay, Canada

#11 Mar 19, 2014
Don't taking fish oil supplements help with joint pain? Here is an interesting video about pain and healing...

Since: Jun 14

Walding, Austria

#16 Jul 10, 2014
A newer and very interesting treatment for joint pain is the "regenerative stem cell therapy".
You get stem cells from your own body fat injected into the affected area and these stem cells find their way on their own to the building sites in the body where their regenerative and healing effect is needed.
On the website of DDr. Heinrich, a specialist on this treatment, you get very good information.

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