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May 3rd, 2008 No comments

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Arthritis and Bracelets

Arthritis is a generic term for any pain related to a joint. You can have a variety of causes and can occur at any age. May be due to degeneration of bones, ligaments and / or connecting them. This degeneration can be through wear and tear or an "organic" problem with the bones. It is the sensation of pain with the loss of flexibility. The word "pain" comes from a Latin word for punishment and most sufferers of arthritis, which feels like a punishment.

It is important to realize that there are several conditions general cause joint pain, the most common, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic fever and gout.

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that involves some damage to the cartilage covers the load bearing surfaces. This can sometimes lead to local deformities of the skeleton. In this form of arthritis is not so much inflammation. The disease usually affects the knees and hips, but can affect any joint. Being overweight increases the risk and severity of the problem

While arthritis is a disease of the joints and bones, rheumatism is a disease of the muscles and tissue, so Rheumatoid arthritis is a disease that affects the joint and surrounding tissue rheumatoid arthritis can also cause loss of appetite, lethargy, a tendonitis, bursitis and even swollen eyes.

Because there are several conditions that can cause joint pain, it is important that a person receives an accurate diagnosis of what is happening in his own case.

Some of the more conventional drugs, especially the elderly, may have unwanted side effects.

There are several things we can do to reduce symptoms of arthritis, these symptoms include: pain-disabled of the joint, weakness in the joint, especially under any load and swelling and redness around the affected joints.

To reduce these symptoms may use anti-TNF drugs have proved very useful (in the UK drug regulatory body of the NHS, "NICE" have said that because of the high cost-about £ 10,000 per patient in question should only be used if the disease-modifying agents have failed). A lot more cheaper alternatives are: – Heat applied locally; The use of TENS machine for pain control, diet stimulants cutting and increased "oil fish "; glucosamine; murderer pain medications, acupuncture to relieve the immediate pain, relaxation techniques, yoga to maintain flexibility so the have and to improve gradually and smoothly over this, exercise, especially walking and swimming.

The joint replacement surgery is a last real action and, despite many improvements in recent years, still has a degree of risk.

If you have severe arthritis and have not been able to do any exercise, start slowly and gradually build, not continue to do so.

Magnetic therapy is important to use magnets for magnetic wraps locally should be used around the affected joints ie, shoulder wraps, neck supports, knee supports, etc. At night the use of magnets in your bedding will ensure circulation continues to operate at its best level, even when you are in sleep mode.

Overlays magnetic pillows with magnets placed in them

Arthritis in hands and fingers need to support flexible thumb / wrist wrap has magnets built into it .. copper bracelets with or without magnets have been claimed to cure arthritis, but is best used as preventive rather than an attempt to damage refunded. It can improve circulation to the fingers, but do not expect to be the only treatment to cut or long terms. Get the professionally proven cause of pain, then try to use corrective measures with most little impact as possible. Magnetic Therapy is the best noninvasive therapy without side effects

Arthritis is one of the most common ailments that affect people. While more common in people over 60 years of age can affect anyone at any age. Being over weight seems to increase the active chances of autism. "Old" lesions, which may have recovered and forgotten, it can often be the location for arthritis. More information and supplies magnetic therapy wraps are available from the UK's leading provider of products for the health care magnetic

About the Author

Having trained as a technical engineer in electro magnetic motors I then spent many years studying, with the leading teachers of the time, holistic forms of health care. Including Shiatsu and Acupuncture. In the later part of this time I started to investigate the use of magnets as part of health care
I have treated thousands of patients using this experience and knowledge;
1983/4 studied Shiatsu at the East West Centre in London and continued studies with Harold Dull, Waturi Ohashi, Yamomoto etc
1984 to 1986 studied massage/ anatomy/ physiology/ acupuncture and homoeopathy with the Association of Natural Medicines.
Now retired from providing treatments that incorporate Shiatsu, Acupressure, Magnet Therapy, Moxibustion and advice on herbal, flower and homoeopathic remedies.
I have developed an on line course of instruction in Magnetic Therapy
Author of books on the I Ching and Magnet Therapy ( The practical guide to magnet
therapy pub Godsfield Press and Magnet healing pub Time Life.) but now concentrating on the “on line magnetic therapy course” and working on other books

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