What are some good natural remedies to help stop the progression of arthritis?

I’m not sure what kind of arthritis I have. I always assumed that it was osteoarthritis because I don’t have any disfigured joints. However, after reading more about rheumatoid arthritis, I wonder if I have that. My joints all over are stiff and achy and my fingers are puffy. I heard that fish oil is good. How much of this can I safely take? What about other supplements? Thanks!

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  • Extreme Dude

    Natural remedies for arthritis offer a real alternative for people who desire to avoid the potential side effects of over-the-counter as well as prescription anti-inflammatory drugs such as Vioxx, Celebrex, Bextra and others. Sometimes the side effects of drugs can be worse than the original symptoms. For example, Vioxx and Bextra, were pulled from the market due to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke and lethal skin conditions.

    The most attractive consideration of many natural arthritis remedies is that they are safe, and have not been shown to cause any strange side effects, like some of those caused by pharmaceuticals.

    Here are five of the more popular natural remedies for arthritis:

    1) Glucosamine & Chondroitin are two of the more popular arthritis relief supplements. These are found naturally in the body, and as a supplement, they can aid in promoting good joint health and reliable joint repair.

    2) MSM is a naturally occurring sulfur compound that behaves as an anti-inflammatory. MSM can reduce swelling in the same way that many arthritis medications are designed to do, but without the side effects of putting pharmaceutical chemicals into your body.

    3) Manganese is an important antioxidant nutrient that has been shown to facilitate enzymes and slow the aging process. It is useful in the effective treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

    4) Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) has been shown to be effective in the maintenance of the integrity of cells and tissues, which will slow the progression of arthritis in most people.

    5) Turmeric and Ginger Extract are two powerful anti-inflammatory herbal extracts that have been shown to be more effective than NSAIDs in the treatment of the rheumatoid and osteoarthritis.

    These natural arthritis remedies offer lots of hope and promise for the relief of the painful symptoms of arthritis. Recent medical scientific studies have suggested that each of these five remedies work well alone, but work better when used in tandem.

  • rdnek1001

    Drink plenty of water. This helps to keep your muscles and joints hydrated. I would drink about 16 ounces 4 – 5 times a day. Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Calcium, Garlic oil and yes fish oil. As far as how much you can take, the vitamins C, Garlic and fish oil that your system does not use just gets flushed from your system. As far as the vitamin D and the calcium, do what the label says and start taking a good multi-vitamin everyday.

  • screamingfreedom

    There are two supplements I recommend one is omeage 3 fatty acids (fish oil}. The other is cetyl myristoleate.

    There are two things to consider when taking fish oil. One is you need a product that has been purified to remove lead, mercury and other metals from it. Second you want a product that is enteric coated so that it digests in the small intestine to prevent burping up a fishy taste for hours.

    Here is some information about these two products.

    Omega 3

    http://arthritis-symptom.com/alternativel-arthritis-treatments/omega-3-fatty-acids.htm

    Cetyl Myristoleate

    http://arthritis-symptom.com/cetylmyristoleate/

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