Manage the Pain

You feel pain in your joint when the cartilage that serves as cushioning pad for the bones are torn or damaged.  This causes the bones to rub with each other thus causing the joint pain.  Damaged cartilage may be due to sports injuries or arthritis. The pain on your knees can interfere with your daily life.   The pain can last from a few days to a few weeks and it will be difficult to walk or even move.  Some say light pressure on the knee can cause them to wince in pain.  If you are suffering from joint pain, it is important to manage the pain and lessen the negative effects of arthritis.

Recent research shows that some vitamin supplements really work at easing the pain.  One such supplement is the nitric oxide supplement.  Apparently, this contains natural vitamins that has been found effective at fighting arthritis and other bone related problems.

Omega 3 also fights  arthritis so add fish, sardines (eat the bones as well for extra calcium), cheddar cheese, salmon, trout, chicken, banana, dark green vegetables and sunflower seeds to your diet.  You can still consume meat but limit your intake, meat fats aren't good for arthritis.

Taking the supplement and eating healthy are your key to lessen the pain of arthritis.

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