10 Natural Ways to Reduce Joint Inflammation

Joint inflammation can lead to serious issues such as joint pain, stiffness, and swelling – all of which will affect your overall health and day-to-day function. We listed for you 10 natural ways to reduce joint inflammation.

1. Maintain a healthy weight

Extra weight puts undue stress on joints with every step that you take so its in your best interest make adjustments to your diet and exercise where possible.

 

2. Be more physically active

To lose weight and maintain it at a healthy level, you need to be physically active. You do not have to do any extreme sport to feel the supposed benefits; in fact – avoid any activity that may put extra stress on your aching joints such as high-impact sports, jumping, jogging, and running. Try low impact activities such as swimming, walking and cycling instead – and building up your strength as you go.

 

3. Use natural joint supplements

At times like these, your joints need extra support. Luckily, there are specially designed natural joint supplements can help you. Here at NutriNZ we have two particular joint supplements which have a multitude of inflammation reducing properties and many amazing customer testimonials from people who have experienced the benefits first hand:

Firstly, JointVitality Capsules includes all natural ingredients such as curcumin/turmeric, Vitamin D, grapeseed extract, manganese, zinc, and others, but most importantly, it contains glucosamine and chondroitin. Glucosamine and chondroitin are highly important for our joint health, especially in cases of degeneration.

Secondly, Deer Antler Velvet Capsules, which again contains only natural ingredients. As the name states, this supplement’s key ingredient is the use of deer antler, which is thought to be one of nature’s original superfoods. It is power packed with over 40 key compounds and 396 bioactive ingredients making it an effective natural health remedy to restore vitality, bone and joint health, athletic performance and strength.

 

4. Get enough sleep

It is no secret that joint pain affects the quality of our sleep, being able to wake us up in the middle of the night and cause sleep disturbances. But poor sleep also affects joint pain, causing it to worsen – a vicious cycle. Lack of quality sleep can lead to a lot of negative health effects, one of which is the worsening of the already present inflammation in the body. Try relaxing before going to sleep, things such as lavender scents, a warm bath to sooth joints or meditation can help with this.

 

5. Epsom salt baths

While we are talking about warm baths, we highly recommend adding some Epsom salt to your next bath. Because of the high levels of magnesium and sulfates in the salt, Epsom salt can help your muscles relax and soothe your joint pain and inflammation, easily absorbing through the skin.

 

6. Enjoy a good massage and/or acupuncture session

Massage and acupuncture stimulate the production of the body’s natural painkillers – endorphins. Many scientific studies confirm the use of massage and acupuncture in the treatment of all kinds of pain, including joint pain due to inflammation. Find a certified practitioner who has experience working with joint pain and inflammation and start seeing changes in your health.

 

7. Pay a visit to a certified chiropractor

Another great idea is to visit a certified chiropractor. Note that this is not recommended for anyone who is experiencing joint pain due to arthritis, but it can be highly beneficial for those of you who are struggling with back pain. A couple of sessions will help relax your muscles, improve your flexibility, and your joint mobility.

 

8. Try essential oils

Several different essential oils can be used in the fight against joint pain and inflammation. Try applying turmeric, ginger, basil, and lavender oil to your aching joints and feel as the essential oils are treating both your body and mind. Apart from helping reduce any pain, they will also reduce your stress levels, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

 

9. Improve your diet

Certain foods are marked as anti-inflammatory foods because of their ability to naturally reduce inflammation. This includes leafy greens rich in potassium, fish rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, and fresh fruits and veggies that are rich in fiber. All of these foods will do a great job of reducing any inflammation in addition to helping you maintain a healthy diet.

 

10. Apply hot and cold therapy

Hot and cold therapy can efficiently reduce your joint pain, and the best thing about it is that you can easily do it at home. Take long hot showers or baths, or simply apply a heating pad to your painful joints to use the benefits of hot therapy. As for cold therapy, using ice cubes and doing a short massage to your joints and surrounding tissues to help relieve any inflammation, swelling, and pain.

 

Conclusion

Waking up day after day to your aching and stiff joints can have a serious negative impact on your overall health and wellbeing. That is why today, we brought you ten natural pain relief methods that you simply have to try! Invest in a quality natural joint supplement such as Joint Vitality and/or Deer Antler Velvet and feel as your health is improving right away.

 

 

 

 

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