ūüĆĪTop 10 Natural Remedies for Bone and Joint Pain


if you've been experiencing pain in your bones 
and joints you are definitely not alone millions   of people around the world are experiencing 
joint pain and inflammation daily in various   parts of the body if you've already seen a 
doctor then they've probably already given   you a prescription for medication to alleviate 
the pain or maybe you're searching for natural   remedies to relieve these unwanted symptoms that 
can be done from the comfort of your own home   if so you're in the right place because 
that is exactly what we are going to discuss   in this video be sure to watch until 
the end because there's one remedy   that not too many people know about 
so if you're ready let's get into it   just a quick reminder we are not doctors 
this video is for informational purposes   only the first method that i want to 
mention is to take an epson salt bath   epson salt otherwise known as magnesium sulfate 
has been used for centuries to treat muscle pain   arthritis and fibromyalgia with magnesium at its 
core epsom salt naturally relaxes muscles since 50   of the united states population is magnesium 
deficient soaking in an epsom salt bath has the   potential to normalize magnesium levels and treat 
a wide range of diseases including joint pain   to make this type of bath dissolve one or two cups 
of epsom salt in warm water and soak in it for as   long as desire another remedy to try is herbal 
tea many herbal teas have compounds that can   reduce the inflammation responsible for bone and 
joint pain for example ginger tea has been shown   to assist people who suffer from osteoarthritis 
and rheumatoid arthritis due to its high phenolic   content rosehip tea is also anti-inflammatory 
due to the galactolipids that it contains   galactolipids can also reduce the pain associated 
with both types of arthritis willow bark tea is   another natural herbal tea that reduces the 
sensation of pain thankfully this means that   we can choose to eat healthy anti-inflammatory 
foods in order to improve our overall health   first and foremost try to limit sugar refined 
carbohydrates and preservatives that are common in   processed foods instead eat fruits vegetables fish 
beans nuts healthy fats and whole grains as they   promote a healthy lifestyle and reduce unnecessary 
inflammation in other words eat natural   unadulterated food that is in its whole form and 
your bones and joints will greatly appreciate it   the next technique is to try hot and cold therapy 
the healing action behind hot and cold therapy is   due to an increase in blood circulation when heat 
therapy is applied blood flow increases and when   cold therapy is applied blood vessels contract 
pushing blood away from the area in this way the   contrast between hot and cold creates a pump-like 
action that flushes toxins away from the damaged   area while allowing nutrients to flow in you may 
also consider consuming more omega-3 fatty acids   omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory 
compounds that can play a key role in alleviating   pain in your joints one study found that subjects 
reported lower levels of pain when consuming fish   oil supplements a similar study concluded that 
a daily dose as low as 2.6 grams of omega-3 for   one year may reduce the need for anti-rheumatic 
medication if your doctor recommends it you can   consider taking a fish oil supplement or you can 
simply eat more foods that are high in omega-3s   some examples include salmon tuna mahi-mahi 
sardines nuts seeds olive oil and avocado the next   technique on our list is to try capsaicin green 
capsaicin is an active compound of chili peppers   that is known for having pain relieving effects 
one study found that the topical application of a   .025 capsaicin cream was shown to reduce pain by 
57 in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and 33   in patients with osteoarthritis while two 
of the study participants had to withdraw   due to the burning sensation most of the other 
participants recorded positive results overall   therefore using this cream on your painful joints 
is something to consider and we couldn't have made   this video without mentioning turmeric turmeric is 
often known as the king of natural health remedies   that is because of its anti-inflammatory antiviral 
antibacterial and strong antioxidant properties   multiple studies on osteoarthritis have shown 
that turmeric extract can act as a therapeutic aid   and reduce pain symptoms typically turmeric 
supplements are combined with black pepper   in order to improve bioavailability as turmeric 
in its natural form isn't absorbed by the body   but again as long as you get approval from your 
doctor this is definitely a supplement to consider   switching gears just a bit yoga is 
another therapeutic technique to consider   that is because the lack of muscle flexibility and 
strength imbalance is often directly responsible   for pain in your bones and joints the good news 
is that these imbalances can be remedied with a   stretching routine using yoga as a way to not only 
reduce joint pain but to eliminate it is often   possible many patients who elect to have surgery 
for joint pain often do so unnecessarily as they   could have corrected the issue with routine yoga 
sessions in a study on knee arthritis and yoga   there was evidence that yoga reduces knee pain 
decreases stiffness and improves functionality   which can enhance the well-being of people 
suffering from arthritis and that leads to the   next technique on our list which is acupuncture 
acupuncture has a long history as a natural remedy   for many diseases it's a form of alternative 
medicine where thin needles are inserted into   the body one study was performed on the effects 
of acupuncture on patients with osteoarthritis   knee pain the results were promising because 
the subjects reported both short and long-term   improvement in knee functionality the next remedy 
can be performed from the comfort of your own home   and it is to try an olive oil massage as a 
general rule of thumb deep tissue massages   are a great way to reduce bone and joint pain as 
it increases blood circulation to a specific area   with that said using olive oil during massage 
is even better because it contains the compound   olyropy that is directly responsible for reducing 
inflammation in a four-week study women who rubbed   extra virgin olive oil onto their joints had less 
pain than those who used other medicated creams   now it may be a bit messy but this is definitely 
something to consider if you want to get rid of   painful sensations in your bones and joints 
so just to give a quick recap the remedies   to help alleviate joint pain that you can 
consider include two try and epsom salt bath   herbal tea anti-inflammatory foods hot and cold 
therapy omega-3 fatty acids capsaicin cream   turmeric yoga acupuncture and olive oil massage 
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millions of people around the world are looking   for natural remedies to treat bone and joint 
pain and make unwanted arthritis symptoms go away   hopefully the information that you learned 
in this video can help you do just that with   that said keep in mind that we are not doctors in 
this video should not be taken as medical advice   again this video is for informational purposes 
only but hopefully you learned a thing or two   and hopefully you're now one step closer to 
improving your overall health and thus improving   the overall quality of your life if so be sure 
to let us know down in the comment section below   and if you want to learn even more about this 
topic we do have a full guide on our website   i will drop a link to it right below this 
video down in the description thank you so   much for watching all the way to the end have a 
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