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Arthritis exists in many kinds and it is devastating the life of many people, particularly in Western nations.Fortunately, patients with arthritis can find a quick relief from its symptoms in such a delicious and nutritious fruit.
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There is not any tested cure for rheumatoid or asteoarthritis but one can take precautions to avoid these kind of situations such as -

  • Weight management - Reducing weight can decrease the force on the weight-bearing joints
  • Appropriate exercise - Undertake exercises that will strengthen muscles around joint whilst minimising impact cartilage degradation
  • Pain relief - Simple analgesics (e.g. paracetamol) and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs should be considered first line for treatment of pain and inflammation. Topical preparations often provide effective relief and are associated with less side effects and **** interactions than oral preparations. If analgesia is still insufficient, stronger painkillers (e.g. mild opioids) can be considered but should only be used when required.
  • Specialist treatment or surgery
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There is no cure for rheumatoid or osteoarthritis, you can take medications to reduce inflammation, do physical therapy, or wear a brace

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This and your other posts indicate you probably do need specialist help. There are some quite heavy duty prescription pain killers available for arthritis pain but most of them have side effects and need a doctors supervision.

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If you have arthritis, there are a lot of false 'cures' on the market like copper bracelets, copper gloves, and herbs etc
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You can get flares where the swelling and pain are more severe.
Each time you feel pain... the arthritis is damaging the joint.
Each time the joint is damaged by arthritis, the loss cannot be recovered.
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I suggest getting treatment from a doctor.
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