Home Remedies for Arthritis

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Arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation of one or more joints. The disease is affecting millions of Americans and there are new cases identified every day. People with arthritis have pain and stiffness in the joint and may experience extreme fatigue and weight loss.



Risk factors


Risk factors of arthritis involve gender, weight, smoking, age and environment. Women, overweight individuals, smoking individuals, middle-age people are much more likely to suffer from arthritis.


Home Remedies




Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties which are similar to NSAIDs, the front-line drugs for arthritis pain relief. Ginger can also stimulate blood circulation which leads to pain alleviation.


1)     You can make your own ginger tea by putting slices of ginger in the boiling water for about 15 minutes, or simply buy ginger tea bags from the supermarket. Take the ginger tea for three times a day.


2)     Ginger oil can also be applied to the affected area to help reduce stiffness, inflammation and pain.




Similar to ginger, turmeric also contains anti-inflammatory properties. Mix one teaspoon turmeric powder in a glass of warm milk and drink the milk every day before going to bed.




Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties which can help alleviate symptoms of arthritis. It is also noted to help with aches and pains, especially in cold weather. You can mix cinnamon with honey and water for your own taste and take in the mixture every morning. The mixture of cinnamon and honey can also be applied to the affected areas to reduce the pain.

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