To be fair, everyone experiences some form of joint pain in various moments throughout their lives, but there are some people who seem to dance through life entirely pain-free without a care in the world.
When it comes to joint pain, it’s important to look at two essential factors:
First of all, you may not be able to control your genetics, the onset of joint-related disorders, or the accident that left you with joint aches.
People who overcome joint pain, do not become victims of their pain. They are not defined by the pain. The pain is only a small part of who they are. Try never to let the cause of your painful circumstance (the part you cannot control) become bigger than you.
Secondly, try to control everything that you CAN control. You can control your body’s exposure to temperature and warm water. You can control your breathing. You can control the beverages, food, and supplements you ingest. You can control your exercise, movement, and rest patterns. You can control self-massage, release techniques, and rest.
Most people want an effective and natural way to manage their discomfort without the troublesome and counterproductive side effects that often come with prescription drugs. One possible natural alternative to try is adding holistic supplements to your routine that contain rhizomes and curcuminoids.
Curcuminoids are contained within the active component of turmeric, known as curcumin. Both ginger and turmeric are rhizomes. These root plants have been used medicinally in ancient practices such as Ayurveda for thousands of years.
Amazingly enough, they are still just as relevant in alternative medicine today!
Scientific studies have been conducted to determine how rhizomes actually work when it comes to supporting wellness and healthy inflammatory responses. Although more research is needed, preliminary studies have been very promising!
There are six main joints on our body where we are most likely to experience severe joint pain. The big six include:
1. Neck pain
2. Shoulder pain
3. Back pain
4. Hip pain
5. Knee pain
6. Ankle pain
There are a number of different causes behind joint pain that are best diagnosed by a personal physician or holistic practitioner. In addition to anti-inflammatory foods, antioxidants, and a healthy lifestyle, you can also try practicing a self-care routine with foam rolling, self-massage, stretching, yoga, and proper breathing to relax the muscles surrounding your joints. This routine should be an ongoing process to heat up your muscles, warm your body, and increase mobility in your joints.
In conclusion, although joint pain can be frustrating and complicated, these non-toxic solutions provide a few options that allow you to take back some control. Once you create healthy coping mechanisms and powerful ongoing habits, you will feel a sense of empowerment that will hopefully help you better cope with your joint pain.
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