Arthritis-health Blog

11 Ways to Relieve Pain Naturally

Natural remedies allow people to relieve their arthritis joint pain and avoid medications. Many of these natural remedies can be used at home and are low-cost or free.

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In the Kitchen with Arthritis: Foods to Avoid

Certain foods have inflammatory properties that may make arthritis pain and symptoms flare up or get worse.

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Top 4 Supplements to Treat Arthritis Pain

Which supplements may help you decrease arthritis pain? While research is ongoing, experts have a few suggestions.

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9 Ways You Can Sleep Better with Osteoarthritis

Pain from osteoarthritis can cause poor sleep, which in turn can worsen pain and fatigue. Here are 9 tips to help break this cycle and get a better night’s rest.

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Is My Shoulder Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

Arthritis and bursitis are two common causes of shoulder pain. Knowing the differences between these two conditions can help you find an effective treatment for faster relief.

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An Essential Guide to Over-the-Counter Topical Pain Relievers

There are several types of over-the-counter topical pain relievers, including salicylates, capsaicin, anesthetics, and CBD topicals, and each type has pros and cons. Topical pain relievers tend to have fewer side effects than oral pain medications.

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7 Core Exercises to Relieve Back and Hip Arthritis Pain

These 7 core exercises strengthen muscles in your abdomen and back. Strengthening core muscles has many benefits, including taking pressure off joints in the spine and hips. Reducing pressure on these joints can reduce hip and back pain caused by arthritis.

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Is My Hip Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

Two of the most common causes of hip pain are osteoarthritis and trochanteric bursitis. When bursitis is the culprit, tendonitis is often present, too. Learn the symptoms of these two conditions and ways to tell them apart.

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Walking: The Best Way to Start Getting Active with Arthritis

Read about the advantages of walking and suggestions for getting started on a walking exercise program.

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Is Outpatient Hip Replacement Right for You?

What are some potential advantages and disadvantages to consider before choosing to have an outpatient hip replacement?

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