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by talkhealth on Fri Oct 05, 2018 2:36 pm

Arthritis and Pain Management

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by Bradschu on Fri Dec 07, 2018 11:11 pm

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This condition requires a complete and holistic approach to treat and mitigate its symptoms. Appropriate exercise is also part of it. Tai Chi is known to be very helpful in reducing or eliminating various symptoms and complications arising from arthritis, including reducing inflamation. I have found the Eastern Internal arts offers time-proven wisdom on how we can improve our health and energy in naturally effective ways. This way we can be in charge of our own health, and without the negative side-effects. I think we can learn techniques and principles to start to take charge of our own health.
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by drrajindersingh on Sat Sep 14, 2019 8:57 am

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Joint pain can be a literal nightmare as it disturbs your daily activity. It is always a wise decision to get in touch with the best ortho doctor who is extremely knowledgable in this branch. If you wanna know some of the amazing ortho doctors then let me know, I can help you with the contact info of some.

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by Dayanomite on Sun Apr 19, 2020 3:05 pm

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Bradschu wrote:This condition requires a complete and holistic approach to treat and mitigate its symptoms. Appropriate exercise is also part of it. Tai Chi is known to be very helpful in reducing or eliminating various symptoms and complications arising from arthritis, including reducing inflamation. I have found the Eastern Internal arts offers time-proven wisdom on how we can improve our health and energy in naturally effective ways. This way we can be in charge of our own health, and without the negative side-effects. I think we can learn techniques and principles to start to take charge of our own health.
Before you even consider trying to reduce inflammation through things like Tai Chi, I think you should try to avoid inflammatory things in the first place. A lot of people I know who suffer with chronic joint pain continue to consume things like alcohol and lots of omega-9 fatty acids (known to cause inflammation). These same people go out of their way to reduce inflammation in all kinds of weird ways. But if they just stopped drinking so much and cut out all the pro-inflammatory fats, there'd be less need for all the Eastern mysticism that seems to grip so many people in the West today. If that fails, consider using natural joint supplements.

Try cutting out things known to cause inflammation as soon as you can!

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