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3 Alternatives to Arthritis Medication

3 Alternatives to Arthritis Medication

Did you know that there are more than 100 unique conditions classified as arthritis, each with different arthritis symptoms? Each one usually begins with a dull ache or a burning sensation, as the joint pain increases you may experience swelling and inflammation.

While conventional treatments can work to control inflammation and slow disease progression, there are natural remedies for arthritis pain that can help improve how you feel. The Arthritis Foundation recently published an article on 8 ways you can ease pain naturally. Below is a summary of the 3 main take-aways.

 

 

Try a Topical CBD Cream 

Try applying a topical cream, like the Lassen Labs Nano CBD Relief Cream. Apply directly onto your skin over your affected area. Cannabinoid receptors are present in every human body and are associated with pain sensation, appetite, immune function, mood and more.

According to Matthew Halpert, an instructor of immunology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, “Reliable topical CBD products don’t just mask pain or inflammation as some over-the-counter topical pain relief creams do. They actually can make the pain go away for a certain time period.”

You don’t have to suffer! If you are ready to begin your own journey with CBD, this Beginners Guide to CBD ebook is designed to provide you with everything you need to know, including CBD’s origin, effects, and safe usage.

 

Incorporate Movement into Your Life

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Almost half of the Arthritis Foundation’s tips involve movement. Incorporating Yoga or Tai Chi (a Chinese practice that combines gentle flowing movements, deep breathing, and meditation) into your daily routine can be incredibly beneficial.

Electrical Stimulation

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A therapy that is often used by physical therapists and chiropractors, TENS (transcutaneous electrical stimulation), is a form of electrical stimulation used to relieve pain. You apply small electrodes directly over the affected area and an electromagnetic current is delivered through the skin. These little machines are easy to use and can be very beneficial. Now that is high tech!

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