7 Natural Ways to Relieve Arthritis Pain

7 Natural Ways to Relieve Arthritis Pain

Arthritis pain can occur due to the two most common arthritis disorders: Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis. It can also be seen in other autoimmune disorders. The best ways to manage arthritis pain is taking over the counter pain relievers and applying natural methods. 

Here are 7 natural ways that can help relieve your arthritis pain:

1. Swimming. 


Running worsen arthritis pain in most people, so swimming is an excellent way to get your exercise without stressing your joints. It relieves the joint’s pain and relaxes the nearby muscles and structures closer to the joint.

2. Weight Loss.

Overweight is associated to prolonged arthritis pain
Overweight is associated to prolonged arthritis pain

Excess amounts of weight put too much pressure on the joints, which worsen arthritis pain. The less weight you put on your joints, the more relief you feel. 

3. Keep Your Feet And Fingers Warm.

Cold worsens arthritis pain for most people, so wear socks and gloves when cold. Take warm showers, use a moist heating pad or an electric blanket. 

4. Add Turmeric To Your Meals. 

This Indian spice has been reported to relieve arthritis pain. The chemical curcumin in turmeric is said to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help your body fight off inflammation. 

5. Eat Healthily. 

Eating vitamin helps in preventing arthritis and sustaining healthy joints.
Eating vitamin foods helps in preventing arthritis and sustaining healthy joints.

Your body requires the right amount of nutrients and vitamins to help you boost your immune system. Diets rich in fresh fruits, vegetables, including whole foods, can boost your immune system and benefit your overall health. 

6. Acupuncture. 

The idea behind acupuncture is applying thin needles to certain points on the body so as to re-direct the pain and pressure to a different part of the body. It helps relieve pain and relax the affected structures. 

7. Massage. 

Massage help eases arthritis pain and reduce tension.
Massage help eases arthritis pain and reduce tension.

The right message from an experienced masseuse can help you manage joint pain and discomfort. 

The College Of Rheumatology does not recommend massage for arthritis because there is no clear study that it works, but massage is known to relieve stress and relaxes the muscles, which will take off some pressure from the joints.

IN CONCLUSION:

Whatever natural method you try, if it worsens your pain, stop applying it, and try something else. The goal is to make your joints feel better and relieve pain naturally.