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InflameAway Celadrin

Friday, 16 January 2009

Hip Pain Caused By Running

There are many of us who enjoy the peace that comes with running—the pounding of your feet on the pavement, the wind rushing past your face.  What we may not be thinking about is the damage we may be causing to our body or the hip pain we're commonly causing. 
Even those who take every precaution are at risk of having a hip injury.  By understanding what is happening with your hip pain after running, you will better understand how to ease the pain and help the healing process.
Hip bursitis is probably the most common injury.  Because of that pounding on the pavement we all enjoy, our hips take quite the beating.  The bursae surrounding the hip joint may become irritated and swollen, causing the joint to take more friction than it should.  Taking an all-natural anti-inflammatory such as Celadrin is the best way to ease the swelling and the pain and help begin the healing process.

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Tuesday, 13 January 2009

Painful Knee Problems

When I feel the grinding discomfort when my knee bends, I am reminded of rusted old machinery. My knees don’t creak and groan exactly, but it feels as though they ought to. Painful knees are a very common problem, and it’s no wonder with how often we use them. That grinding and stiffness is probably osteoarthritis, when the cartilage breaks down, leaving the bones uncushioned. So what now, I wonder. Knee replacements? Fortunately, there is a way to reverse this knee pain. Celadrin works to relubricate joints, easing pain and helping to promote new cartilage at the same time! Celadrin doesn’t just mask the pain like some other products--it seems to actually repair existing damage. Say goodbye to painful knee problems with Celadrin!

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 11:57 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Keep Moving and Relive Pain in Joints
I love to participate in walk/runs and have been involved in many of them in the past couple years. It becomes kind of an addiction to train and try to better yourself--plus the bonus of better health and habits. I have learned to endure a moderate amount of pain in my joints as I train and am OK with that...however, my knees have become a problem. I addressed this issue not by giving up my running but by finding Celadrin on the shelf waiting for me at my local Costco. I started taking it and within a month noticed how much better my knees felt. It has been three months now and my knees are still doing better. Celadrin should be part of any battle against pain in joints.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 11:48 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Monday, 12 January 2009

Elbow joint pain can be caused by tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is when the tendons around the elbow become injured or aggravated.  Most commonly it is caused by repetitive movements.  
Putting an ice pack on your sore elbow can help reduce inflammation if it is done within the first 48 hours after the injury occurred, or whenever the pain began.  To be most affective, place the ice pack on your elbow for 15-20 minutes every 2-3 hours. Using heat on the sore area can also can relax the muscles and tendons around the elbow so that everything can get back into place.

Taking an anti-inflammatory is also a good option.  Choose a natural anti-inflammatory like Celadrin that will help your elbow heal  in a timely manner.

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Updated: Monday, 12 January 2009 3:16 AM EST

Thursday, 8 January 2009

Joint Therapy Keeps Me Busy!

My doctor had always recommended that I keep up with my aerobic activity from the first moment I was diagnosed with arthritis. He has kept me going by pushing me to do exercises that are not too hard on my joints, such as walking, swimming and bicycling. About a month ago I started taking a daily supplement, Celadrin, which I picked up at Costco, to add to my joint therapy routine. I have not changed my exercise routine and have kept it up as usual. I feel better and can keep up in my aerobic classes with much more ease than I have enjoyed in quite some time. Celadrin has been a great addition and I feel it has been beneficial to me and would be to others living with the joint pain of arthritis.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 9:59 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Which Treatments Are Best For Pain in the Shoulder Joint?

Because all shoulder treatment needs to be geared specifically for the type of injury or pain in the shoulder joint, not all of the treatments listed are recommended for all pain in the shoulder joint.

Resting the injured shoulder will allow time to heal.  If you are still using your shoulder, the tendons and joint have no way of healing, and they will continue to work incorrectly.  Using ice will help reduce swelling if used in the first 48 hours.  Heat is used for long-term injuries.  The heat will help loosen and relax the tissues. 

Anti-inflammatory medicines can also be useful.  When the tendon and/or muscles surrounding the joint shrink, they allow the shoulder space to heal. Try a natural anti-inflammatory supplement like Celadrin.  The all-natural ingredients have been proven effective.

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Shooting Knee Pain Should not Be Ignored

After an intense workout or a long day on your feet at work, it’s not unusual to have some leg fatigue or soreness. However, the throbbing ache of being on one’s feet for too long is not the same as having sharp, shooting knee pain. Shooting knee pain can be a signal that something is seriously wrong in your knee joints. A doctor can do some scans to see if you have torn ligaments. The pain could be caused by a loss of cartilage, torn or sprained ligaments, or a cyst--all things that can be seen from an MRI or CAT scan. Shooting knee pain shouldn’t be ignored. Ignoring it can lead to intensified pain in the future.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 2:09 AM EST | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Thursday, 8 January 2009 11:21 PM EST

Wednesday, 7 January 2009

What Is Joint Manipulative Therapy

A very common form of joint therapy is joint manipulative therapy.  Though the name seems a bit ominous, the truth is that many people are benefiting from this form of joint therapy every day.  A visit to the chiropractor is a good example of joint manipulative therapy.  When a joint is manipulated or moved beyond its normal physical operating range (past the joint's limit of motion) you may hear an actual popping or cracking sound.  The sounds are caused by little gas bubbles that form in the joint fluid.  The sounds are indicative of a clean separation of the joint.  This form of joint therapy could cause a small amount of inflammation that can by eased by a natural anti-inflammatory medicine such as Celadrin.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 2:29 AM EST | Post Comment | Permalink

Friday, 2 January 2009

Treatment for Hip Joint Pain

There are many treatments available for hip and specifically for hip joint pain. I have tried a few but am usually fairly cautious about what I put in my body. The thing that really caught my eye when I was checking this stuff out was that people are not having any side effects; however, they are having less pain and less stiffness in their joints. I decided to give it a whirl and have had no regrets. After more than six weeks I feel better and have had no problems. This is some great stuff when it comes to getting rid of hip joint pain. Of all the treatments I have tried for my hip pain this one takes the cake.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 10:04 PM EST | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Thursday, 8 January 2009 11:24 PM EST

Keep Hips Healthy to Avoid Hip Joint Pain

Healthy hips get us all around, and hip pain may seriously limit our mobility. This is why hip joint pain needs to be treated right away. The longer you wait to seek treatment for hip joint pain the more you risk aggravating the joint and possibly causing more pain for yourself later. Rest is extremely important for sore hip joints. The less you move on a bad hip, the better. Heating pads and ice packs can effectively treat inflammation as can a pain reliever. If your pain is intense enough, have a friend or family member drive you to see your doctor. He may be able to diagnose something more serious and recommend a treatment plan.

Posted by inflameawayceladrin at 1:34 AM EST | Post Comment | Permalink
Updated: Thursday, 8 January 2009 11:30 PM EST

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