The Quick Guide to Arthritis

Pain is the body's alarm system. It's the body's way of telling you that there is a serious problem. Pain is a signal that stops you from performing an activity that could put you at risk for further injury.

But when you have arthritis and your pain alarm is going off endlessly, it seems impossible to escape. How do you respond to your body’s alarm if you can’t fix the problem you’re feeling? 

To find freedom from arthritis pain, we have to first understand what it is so that we can better fight against it.

So, what is arthritis? 

Arthritis is the swelling of joints in your body, which causes pain and stiffness. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Joints are critical to your every move. So when your joints are in constant pain, it impedes your ability to do normal activities if not treated. 

What causes arthritis? 

Over time, the cartilage in your joints begins to break down. This causes stress on your bones, which leads to the inflammation.

The most common type of arthritis is Osteoarthritis. It’s also known as age-related arthritis and is usually caused by normal wear-and-tear on your body. 

Depending on your family history, you may be at a higher risk for osteoarthritis as you age. 

What are treatment options? 

Currently, there's no cure for arthritis. But, treatments have improved by leaps and bounds in recent years. When caught early, there are many natural things you can do to manage your arthritis and the pain that it brings. 


It's true what they say: "a body in motion stays in motion." 

While you may not always feel like exercising if you have arthritis, not moving will often worsen your condition. By exercising, you're helping your muscles become stronger and better support your joints. 

Avoid foods that cause inflammation

Much of what we do in life comes back to what we're feeding our body. Arthritis and inflammation is no exception to that. Avoid  processed foods, vegetable and seed oils, sugar, and refined carbohydrates. 

Foods like berries, fatty fish, lots of deep green veggies, and green tea help reduce inflammation. 

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine is a non-drug, non-surgical approach to arthritis which helps you body control inflammation naturally. Your body is designed to heal itself, Regenerative medicine harnesses this power to help speed the healing and repair of the damaged area.

By injecting regenerative tissue, it provides stabilization, cushion, and lubrication cushioning support to the affected joint.


The Bottom Line

Even if your arthritis is causing you chronic pain, it shouldn't stop you from doing the things you love. By taking the right measures, you will be able to manage your pain without NSAIDs, prescriptions, or going under the knife.


If you've tried everything to fix your arthritis and joint pain with no luck, then download our free guide "7 Myths About Arthritis and Joint Pain Your Doctor Isn't Telling You". You don't have to stay stuck in your pain. Instead, find solutions and freedom from your arthritis and joint pain!