Heal Arthritis Naturally

Arthritis Is Not What You Think

There are a lot of misconceptions behind arthritis.

When you hear the word “arthritis,” you may have a variety of images that appear in the back of your mind. An old man with his cane, crouched over in pain, or a little old lady who is not able to lift her hands high enough up so that she can brush her hair, so she hobbles into the salon to get her hair styled may be at the forefront of what you are seeing.

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The truth is a lot nastier than that. Let me paint a picture of what arthritis is likely to look like:

A college pitcher, who is in the middle of dinner with his teammates and coach, celebrating a big victory over their rival school, sneaking off to the bathroom to roll his shoulder and stretch, because it hasn’t been “right” all day.

A mother of three trying to lean down to pick up her three-year-old and having issues straightening back up, casually joking to her husband that “getting old sucks.”

What about that woman who is actively trying to lose 50 lbs for a better lifestyle, but can’t get 50 yards before she starts complaining about her knee?

All five of these examples are what arthritis looks like.

Despite what we think about when we hear “arthritis,” the truth is that it’s almost impossible to paint just one picture to explain what it looks like. There are over one hundred varieties of arthritis, and anybody can get the diagnosis at any time. To me, that’s a scary statistic, especially when we consider an “old person’s” disease can affect someone as young as ten years old.

For many people, arthritis is not the bone spurs or the incredible pain that crosses over them when they move their body. To put it simply, many people with arthritis might not even know they have it, because in their heads, they are seeing the old man and the old woman, and their constant ache clearly doesn’t compare to their suffering, so they continue with their daily lives, thinking they are just going to take some Advil or Tylenol and power on through it.

For some people, this is just fine. They will get through their arthritis and it will correct itself as they take better care of themselves. For others, they will wonder why there is no end to the aches, and by time they finally get themselves to the doctor, damage has already been done and they can only hope for a little bit of relief instead of self-correction.

Arthritis is so common, yet as a society, we barely understand it.

While it is very true that age increases the odds of you getting arthritis, there is no magic wand we can wave and say that “you’ll have osteoarthritis when you are 50.” In fact, what if I told you that arthritis isn’t even a disease in the way that you have been taught to think of disease?

Arthritis is more likely to be a symptom of something else that’s going wrong in your body. All a diagnosis of arthritis means in the medical world is that you have inflammation at your joints. There is no root cause that is looked into at that time, and many people will sit at the doctor’s office and accept that this is what’s wrong with them, with little desire to look into it even further.

That is why when you are constantly uncomfortable using your joints and you simply don’t have an answer, it’s best that you just suck it up and go to the doctor. The longer that you go without your diagnosis, the less likely you are to make it out in perfect shape.

The problem is that if you are not a fan of medication and needles, you might be a little leery about that plan. This is where I come in.

I’ve figured out ways that you can heal your arthritis naturally.

Of course, this is not meant to be a replacement for going to the doctor. It’s meant to be more of a companion, something you can look at and understand what is happening with your body and how you can slow the damage down. Without going to a doctor, you may never come to the root cause of your arthritis, which means it could very well come back.

On the flip side, you can use my book, Heal Arthritis Naturally, as a way to enhance what you know, how to get relief, and if you are lucky, how to replenish the cartilage that you have lost and reverse time’s effect on your body.

I know what you’re probably thinking: That’s impossible! When I started my research, I was a little bit skeptical, but as you read on, you’ll discover that the science behind it is just as sound as the science behind your medication.

There are a variety of ways that you can relieve the pain you might be feeling, and if you are serious about getting back to better health, you’ll find that many of these suggestions are even recommended by your doctor, and can be used in tandem to your regimen! It’s a win-win situation, so what do you have to lose?

Let’s beat the myths surrounding arthritis together!

Just like how you likely had a picture of what arthritis looks like, you likely have heard all the myths about what causes arthritis in the first place. Obviously, when you have a blanket diagnosis that covers over 100 different types of malady, you’re not going to have one simple cause for all of it. There is a lot of misinformation out there for arthritis, and if you want to make sure that you heal up properly, you’re going to want to find out which facts you have heard are myths.

For example, one common myth you’ve probably heard is that you can get arthritis by moving your joints repeatedly in the same way. Cracking your knuckles, doing to many squats, things like that. The truth is that this is one of the myths I just told you about. There are no studies saying that you will increase your chances for arthritis by doing these actions.

Instead, you are more likely to get arthritis if that specific joint has been overworked. Exercising is one of the best things that you can do to heal arthritis, but if you over exercise, you may find that the pain is getting worse, which is why you should be going at your own pace while you are trying to recover.

There’s a lot of myths out there just like this one. It sounds like it could be the truth, in fact, the logic makes sense why that would cause arthritis, but it’s just a kernel of truth that developed into a full-blown myth as people jumped to conclusions. We’ll cover more myths like that in Heal Arthritis Naturally.

Are you ready to stop the pain today?

If you’re not, I totally understand. Keep in mind that as you are sitting here waiting for the answer, you could be back to your life before arthritis took hold of you. Maybe you don’t have arthritis yet and came upon this page by accident. Well, I’m not one who thinks that this sort of thing happens by coincidence; if you’ve gotten this far, there is a part of you that is curious and wants to learn more. That’s why I added sections on how to prevent arthritis before it starts.

For $14.95, you’re going to get a lot of information that you can use to prevent, mitigate, and heal with, along with a lot of education along the way. That’s a lot of fire power to get you back to normal, and I say that because arthritic pain and having to stop doing what you love is NOT normal. Together, we can get you back to where you need to be.

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