Does anyone know of effective supplements, therapies for arthritis in the knees?
Topic: Does anyone know of effective supplements, therapies for arthritis in the knees?
September 19, 2019 / By Adenah Question:
And or some minor worn cartilage? It can be problematic to walk up steps for instance. I've heard prolotherapy is good. Does anyone know of good, effective supplements for this?
Best Answers: Does anyone know of effective supplements, therapies for arthritis in the knees?
Teman | 8 days ago
Okay I don't know if you able to access one but if you sit in a whirl pool. The heated water helps relax your joints and makes you feel relaxed. A sauna helps do the same but it's really hot in those. Also you can eat more protein the protein helps make more cartilage in our joints. The pills and things that claim to help don't, they actually just harm your body. Even though it hurts you can stretch and that helps.
PS: Glucosamine is bad if you care anything about animals because it comes from their cartilage
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Originally Answered: Do arthritis supplements help?
Yes they do. Get Glucosamine with Chondroitin supplements. It will take about a month to see the full effects, but it does help.
Imagine for a moment your arthritis completely vanishing right now.
If, in a moment, your pain and stiffness melted away. And your joints all of a sudden functioned like a well-oiled machine.
Like a magic wand was waived, you'd be able to jump up from your chair and run around the room like a kid.
And imagine that you'd never have to suffer as much as a pinch of arthritis stiffness or pain ever again.
I know this sounds impossible right now, but bear with me, because sometimes miracles happen.
It was a gift from a woman on the other side of the world. From the kindness of her heart, she took pity on my suffering and taught me how to completely reverse my arthritis.
Today, I want to do the same for you!
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You don't say what type of Arthritis that you have. Is it Rheumatoid Arthritis or Osteoarthritis?
I suffer from Osteoarthritis of the knees, hands and back. I take Fish Oil tablets twice a day , Loratab for the pain, Furosemide for swelling and Meloxicam .
The Fish Oil tablets really help me. If I miss a day or two of them then I feel it "in my bones".
I tend to feel worse in the Summer than the Winter due to the humidity factor where I live.
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Go to your local drug store or a Wal-mart or what ever is near you that sells vitamins etc. and pick up some Glucosamine. It helps not only with joint pain in humans but also for older animal such as dogs! And it's not very expensive.
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Originally Answered: How effective are diet supplements?
I have used numerous OTC diet 'supplements' in the past and they are all a crock. The original Stacker 2 with ephedra worked, but also caused heart palpitations which I still experience years later.
Often, when you think you're hungry, you're thirsty, so try that. Also, green tea helps detox your body, and is a great way to start a healthy diet. Limiting your salt intake helps keep off water weight, too. Air-popped popcorn with no salt or butter is a filling snack that is low in calories and fat.