Tag Archives Knee Pain Treatment

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Fibers can yield many rewards by eating in your diet. The main sources of fibers are fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and whole grains. These sources contain a rich amount of vitamins, minerals, protein and healthy nutrients. They help in lowering the inflammation which results from joint pain. There are two types of fibers i.e. soluble and insoluble. These both required…

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Ayurveda in Sanskrit means Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge. It is an ancient technique of, India which has its roots in Vedas.  Ayurvedic therapies and practices get integrated into general wellness and medical use. It’s basically a balance of mind, body, environment, and spirit. Arthritis and Joint Pain : Arthritis is a joint disorder with inflammation and pain…

How to combat knee joint pain

Walking for minimum 30 mins is beneficial to increase cardiovascular ability, strengthening bones, shedding extra kilos, boosting muscle fitness. It helps in reducing the risk of heart diseases, osteoporosis, cancer, kidney diseases, and etc. Walking is not mean for everyone; especially people who need to burn larger amount of calories, people with knee pain, etc. Walking sometimes causes knee injury…

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Arthritis is commonly referred to joint pain or joint related disease. This disease is susceptible to people of any race, sex or age. It is disorder of any sex but it is usually found in women than men. It is a chronic, systemic, inflammatory, degenerative and progressive disorder.   THE COMMON SYMPTOMS:    include swelling or inflammation, pain, stiffness and…

What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common forms of autoimmune arthritis. More than 1 million cases reported per year only in India. Out of these, most of the cases are associated with women. Rheumatoid arthritis mostly affect the young or old aged people but apart from age factor it can be reported in any age of people. Rheumatoid arthritis…

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