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Thursday, September 03, 2009

Finding Pain Relief

It is easy to decrease the pain after having exercised; you can take some pain reliever although you don't even have to, it will disappear by itself within a few days. Finding joint pain relief on the other hand, takes some trial and error. Not everyone benefits by one and the same medication; what works for me does not necessarily work for someone else.

It took several years of taking all kinds of different medications, before I found the one that did the trick. I automatically recommend it to anyone who is suffering from joint pain, simply because it not only provides great pain relief, but also fights inflammation. That last does not restrict itself to inflammation of the joints, but any other type of disorder and disease which causes it as well.

Many medications to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis and other Arthritis related conditions lower the immune system. I know because I was cautioned greatly to stay away from anyone with a cold, flu, or any other contagious illness. I was highly surprised to read that shingles fall under that same category. That is something to keep in mind!

I hope you find your relief from the pain soon, because I know from experience that having to live with pain 24/7 is no fun. It is nice to be able getting a break from it. Hopefully permanently!


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