Bone Pain and Joint Inflammation
Bone pain manifests as a special sensitivity or discomfort that may be present in one or more bones.
As a result, the person may feel fatigue, stiffness, heaviness and bone fragility.
Loss of mineralization, known as osteoporosis. Due to low estrogen, bone loss is intensified during perimenopause and menopause.
Injuries and fractures.
Cancer, either bone or other that has spread to the bones.
Infected bone (osteomyelitis)
Overloading of bones, very common when a person is overweight or obese.
Green Tea: The consumption of three cups of this tea, which is made with green leaves of the tea plant is recommended. This dose provides more than 100 mg of catechins and other substances, such as alkaloids and polyphenols, which reduce inflammation.
All those who suffer joint pain, can implement the following tips:
Hot Bath: Best to start the day without pain is to make a hot water bath. For best therapeutic effect, you can add a cup of sea salt or magnesium salt.
In addition to relaxing the whole body, hot water relieves stiffness often experienced in the morning. But it is important that the immersion bath no longer than 20 minutes because the effect can be the opposite, and produce fatigue, low blood pressure or excessive vasodilation.
Concentrate Turmeric: This spice has been used for centuries in traditional Indian medicine to treat mild pain and swelling in the joints. Mix half a teaspoon of turmeric powder in a cup of warm water and drink this preparation three times a day.
Nettle infusion: The nettle has properties that prevent wear of the cartilage in the joints, which occurs with aging and certain diseases. Also, being diuretic, helps eliminate fluid accumulating in the inflamed joints. To achieve benefits suggested drinking two cups of an infusion of this plant.
You can also make a decoction of the root for 10 minutes, let stand and drink about three cups a day.
Apple cider vinegar: It contains many minerals that are useful for maintaining healthy joints, such as magnesium, phosphorus, calcium and potassium. The joint pain can be relieved by drinking 1-3 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar in 237 ml of water three times a day before meals.
Apple cider vinegar Rub: can also be used topically to relieve pain in the joints. Simply heat a cup of this vinegar and then rub on sore joints. Another option is to heat six cups of water and combine them with a cup of apple cider vinegar and aching joints immersed in this mixture.
Hot and cold compresses: Place the affected area a warm towel and then alternate with an ice pack, to be applied for 20 minutes. Repeat this process three or four times a day.
Poultice of honey and cinnamon: Mix a teaspoon of each of these ingredients with two teaspoons of water to create a thick paste. A continuation, apply a thin layer preparation for joint inflammation.
Rub rosemary oil: Rub and massage with essential oil of rosemary increases circulation in the affected area and drain the synovial fluid that builds up in the joints.
Ginger Infusion: This is an excellent ally to fight inflammation due to its analgesic effect. It also helps to activate blood circulation. Place a tablespoon of grated ginger per cup of boiling water, let stand for five minutes and drink.
Massage with coconut oil: This remedy is amazing if knee joint pain. Simply heat coconut oil until warm and use it to gently massage the knee. Repeat several times a day. It serves both problems with rheumatism or arthritis, as well as for a circumstantial pain.
MORE CURES FOR BONE PAIN
Whether bone pain is chronic (ie, if it is recurrent and appears intermittently) or acute (if occurs suddenly and forcefully, usually caused by an overload) you can use the following home remedies with analgesic effect :
Birch and ginger herbal tea: Ginger has properties for swollen joints, while birch has double benefit: on the one hand and on the other reduces inflammation, helps reduce the toxins that can cause bone pain. You should drink two cups a day.
Potato poultice: the potato juice applied as a plaster or poultice on the painful area has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Infusion ulmaria: Also known as Meadowsweet, chemical composition of this plant gives excellent anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. It is used in teas by placing 2 ounces of dried flowers in boiling water, allowed to benefit from their properties through local bathrooms: one liter of boiling water 25 ounces of dried flowers are added. It also can be used in compresses on the painful area. Patients taking anticoagulant medication should not consume.
Changing your diet can reduce pain in the joints and bones. For example, to reduce or eliminate the consumption of carbohydrates, refined sugar, white flour and dairy can help. Also decrease the amount of caffeine in coffee and soft drinks, low level of pain tolerance and, if consumed in excess, it can irritate the nerve endings.
Other foods that are not recommended for those with joint pain are potatoes, tomatoes and eggplants, as well as saturated fats (particularly those contained in red meat) and trans fats.
On the other hand, foods like vegetables and fruits contain natural anti-inflammatory properties can relieve pain and inflammation. Also the omega-3 fatty acids, like those fish and olive oil.
On the other hand, when joint pain is not caused by arthritis, both rest and exercise are important.
You can also make warm baths, massage and stretching exercises as often as possible. Reiki, meditation and visualization combined with aromatherapy are also effective remedies that can help reduce anxiety and discomfort caused by inflammation of the joints.
Finally, it is important to consider that when heavy objects from one place to another are forced joints move. To prevent joint damage or prevent damage, it is recommended to use tools to assist the relocation, as carts. Should Carry the weight on your hands, distribute in both arms.
Get down to the pool: Water exercises are helpful for those with joint pain because they can improve muscle strength, joint flexibility and reduce pain.
Stay about 60 minutes with your body immersed in a heated pool dramatically improves the condition of patients.