10 Ways To Treat Arthritis Naturally

Many people with arthritis want to treat their joint pain without the expense and potential side effects of medications. There are several natural ways to decrease pain and improve day-to-day living. Try one or a combination of these approaches and see what works for you.

1. Get Moving

Exercise is frequently associated with a decrease in arthritis joint pain. Exercise may reduce pain because it strengthens muscles that support joints, triggers the body to produces endorphins that relieve pain, both, or something else.

2. Eat More Fiber

Research suggests that people who eat high-fiber diets have less osteoarthritis pain. 6 , 7 Moreover, people who eat foods high in fiber produce lots of short-chain fatty acids, which can help foster a healthy balance of microbes in the digestive tract. An imbalance of microbes—a condition called gut dysbiosis—is associated with a higher risk of body-wide inflammation and inflammatory arthritic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.

3. Warm-up Aching Joints

Applying heat to painful joints can ease your discomfort. It can increase blood flow to sore muscles, loosens stiff joints, and can distract the brain from pain. Try heat therapy using a:

Hot water bottle

Gel-filled pad that can be heated in the microwave

Electric heating pad

Hot bath

4. Or Cool Down Joints

Arthritis typically goes hand-in-hand with painful joint inflammation. Applying a cold compress to the skin over the affected joint can reduce painful inflammation. It also may slow nerve impulses, which can interrupt the pain signals.

5. Stretch

Your body is designed for movement. Ironically, if you’re not moving much because you’re in pain, your inactivity can make the pain worse. Gentle stretches can help you maintain your mobility and range of motion—and keep pain at bay. Your doctor or physical therapist can help you find stretches and exercises that are appropriate for your unique situation.

6. Try Turmeric

The turmeric root has been shown to have great anti-inflammatory properties and many people add turmeric powder to sauces, smoothies, or tea. But curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, only makes up about 3% of it, so experts often suggest that people take curcumin supplements in order to get an effective amount.For many people, a daily curcumin supplement of 200 mg to 1,000 mg is okay. However, check with your primary health provider before taking any supplement to make sure it won’t interact with your current medications or put you at risk for other health conditions. Also, keep an eye out for supplements that contain preservatives or other additives, such as gluten, dairy, and soy.

7. Practice Good Sleep Habits

Getting enough sleep is important for managing pain and promoting healing. Practice habits that help you get restful, adequate sleep. For example, make your bedroom quiet and dark, ban electronics from the bedroom, and establish a regular schedule for going to bed and getting up.

8. Read And Listen To Quraan

Quraan is a healer for the heart. Once the heart is healed and strength is gained then the body manages conditions and recovery faster.

9. Take The Name Of Your Sustainer

Allocate a few minutes from your 24 hour day to say “Allah Allah”. This makes firm that He will give cure to any sickness and it is not impossible for Him

10. Supplicate Constantly

Quran – Surah No. 2 البقرة Ayah No. 186

Translation:” And when My servants ask you about Me, of course, I am near. I respond to the call of one when he prays to Me;so they should respond to Me, and have faith in Me so that they may be on the right path.”

Include others who are sick as well in your supplications in their silence, angels say Aameen for you too. This is Islam!

May Allah Ta’laa grant those who are sick, cure such a cure which the sickness never returns.

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