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Does collagen help arthritis?
What I have found is very helpful for arthritis is ELECTRICAL STIMULATION TREATMENT--it really worked, although quite painful, after 6-7 treatments, knees and shoulders …were almost like new. Losing 10-15 pounds also took the stress off of my joints and the spice TURMERIC- a teaspoon daily in a drink or sprinkled on food gives back your flexibility.
There are different types of arthritis and these are treated differently To date the only treatment available for arthritis is to reduce inflammation that causes damage to joi…nts where possible reduce pain with pain killers and institute exercise and in some cases dietary regimes to help control the disease. However when it comes to arthritis there is not yet a cure. Arthritis covers a wide range of different ailments, so there is no 'one way' to help. Most forms of arthritis consist of some form of inflammation that causes pain, and so one of the main focuses of managing arthritisis through the use of anti inflammatory's and disease modifying drugs . One thing that it is important to remember is that there is no 'cure' - that is, there is no way of making it go away totally. There are thousands of websites out there offering 'miracle cures' for arthritis, but (and take it from someone who has tried many of them) they do not work! The most common way of managing and treating arthritis is through the use of various medicines. There are many different ones, all doing slightly different things, so it is impossible to say there is a 'right' one. As with any medicine, consult a trained doctor before starting to take them. Regular exercise is a popular way of managing many forms of arthritis. Arthritis sufferers have to be careful not to overdo it, however gentle exercise will strengthen the muscles around the affected joints, taking some of the pressure off of them. Other methods include dietary supplements. Gin soaked golden raisins are often touted as a popular way of relieving the pain of many forms of arthritis. There has been no scientific studies on the effectiveness of gin and raisins as an arthritis cure, however many people swear by it. Similarly, it has been suggested that eating 4 or 5 fresh tart cherries each morning can help reduce the inflammation caused by arthritis, and thus also reduce the pain it causes.
There seems to be a lot of positive kudos about the use of gelatin mixed with grape juice or other fruits. however their is no conclusive evidence published to shed any light …on the effectiveness of using this material. So the only way to find out is to try it out yourself. luckily the materials for this treatment are at worst harmless and available at your local supermarket or grocer.
There are claims that Cinnamon and Honey help with Rheumatoid Arthritis. To get more info on this go to the related link (Cinnamon and Honey for Arthritis)below.
It can help relieve the symptom of arthritis. there is however no cure at this stage for the damage caused by the disease.
Not directly. It's not a pain medication. However, chronic pain does have an affect on a person's mental health. As the result, paxil may make a person feels better overall.
At present there is no cure for arthritis and while the mechanism of the process of the disease can be closely monitored the exact causes for it are not yet understood. Howeve…r in most cases arthritis is held in check with the use of various anti inflammatory and disease modifying drugs as well as exercises aimed at better supporting affected joints.
Take it to the vet as they are able to prescribe the necessary anti inflammatory.
Celebrex is an anti inflammatory. it reduces the inflammation in joints that causes pain
No it does not.
There are several things you can do to help your dog with arthritis. First, and most importantly, make sure your dog is at his appropriate weight level - many dogs with ar…thritis are also overweight or obese, which makes arthritis pain much worse. Your veterinarian can help you determine the correct weight for your dog and develop a plan with you to get your dog to the correct weight. Second, you can make some minor modifications around the house to help your dog get around. You can put ramps over portions of stairs, such as those leading down from a porch or deck to the yard to make it easier to get in and out of the house, for example. Third, you can keep your dog moving with moderate levels of exercise - low impact walking or swimming can help your dog keep his joints moving without causing further damage. Fourth, you can talk to your veterinarian about prescription medication for arthritis pain. There are several different medications available now, but they all require a veterinary prescription and for large dogs can become rather expensive in the long term. Also, some veterinarians will suggest giving supplements such as glucosamine and chondrotin, although the scientific evidence for the effectiveness of these supplements is fairly weak at the moment.
There are over a hundred different forms of arthritis and there is no cure for most of them. there are pain killers, anti inflammatory.s and disease modifying drugs that help …keep the condition under control.
Yeah i think collagen helps hip pain. Speaking first hand, i have been taking a collagen supplement now for near 2 months and had basically no pain, and a 10 fold increase… in mobility...you can get more answers at naturalcollagen.in for this collagen supplement named colvita! Additionally i had taken many drugs & pain killers over the past 10 years and none have had the instant impact as the colvita collagen supplements. These are a collagen supplement produced in Poland and only becoming known in english speaking countries in the past few years.
it can yes, talk to a plastic surgeon, but if you are looking to increase you breast size I've learned some natural tips, like when going threw a growth spurt eat allot of mil…k products and noodles, drink allot of milk right before bed, there are also a few exorcises you can do also. also play with them allot, sounds werid but it works trust me.
Any foods which contain genistein are what help boost collagen. Some of these products include soy. Others are cheese, soymilk, peanut butter, and almond milk.