To feel pain in various parts of the body is not so uncommon as we are getting old, and this is usually a result of the body’s overall weakening due to the tear that we are prone to. Getting old also slows down the body and this is the reason why it needs a little push and adequate cure in order for it to properly continue to function.
Many adult people and elderly are suffering from joint, muscle and knee pain because of some underlying health problem, but having pain in these areas can as well be a consequence of excessive physical strain or exercising, and if this is also the case with you, we are going to show you some beneficial methods that you can use to cope with this problem.
HOW TO TREAT KNEE PAIN
Trying by taking painkillers for you knee pain will not address the root of the problem, and it will only provide relief and when this pill’s effect passes, the pain will return again. On the other side, this home made cure will work on improvement on working of the joints and the muscles in the knee region and therefore, lowering the chances for chronic or acute knee pain.
- You will only need:
- A tsp of organic honey
- A tsp of cinnamon powder
- A cup of oatmeal
- A cup of orange juice
- 2 cups of chopped pineapple
- 8 oz. of crushed sweet almonds
- 8 oz. of water
Preparation: Cook the oatmeal for ten minutes and then leave it to cool … Read the rest
Our joints are enfolded in synovial fluid that decreases the friction between the cartilage and the other tissues, and it lubricates and offers support while the joints are moving. Knowing this, drinking water improves the synthesis of synovial fluid and promotes the lubrication. Taking two litres of water daily will suffice to cover the needs of the whole body.
Onions, leeks and garlic
The abovementioned vegetables and the others that are alike are abundant in fulfur, which is a mineral that is important for the formation of the collagen and other elements that make up the bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. Asparagus and cabbage are also very rich in this amazing substance.
Sardines, mackerel, tuna and salmons have omega -3 fatty acids that contain some powerful anti inflammatory properties that impede the synthesis of inflammatory mediations. Omega-3 acids are also protecting the cell membrane from different effects of the oxidative processes that take place during exercise .
Foods rich in vitamin C
Oranges, strawberries, kiwis, broccoli, parsley and tomatoes will hamper the inflammation in our bodies together with the omega-3, and this vitamin is also in charge of the synthesis and the maintenance of cartilage and collagen in our joints.