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Millions of people suffer from Arthritis and most people turn to pain relievers. These simple cures might just help relieve you from the pain of arthritis.

Here are some tips that may help to prevent this :

Lose weight and get close to your ideal weight. If you weigh less, there is less weight on your joints,and there will be less pain. Fairly simple way to relieve some of the pain of arthritis.

Exercise will greatly help you relieve some of the pain, especially in water. When in water you weigh less, less strain on the joints.

Reduction of stress may help, if your relaxed and rest enough, it just may help remove some of that pain. Stress can be so terrible on the body, and you really should take steps to eliminate it as much as you can.

Vitamin C, helpful on so many levels, but it has been shown that people with rheumatoid arthritis don't get enough vitamin c, so add some to your diet.

Take care of diet, reduce fat, sugar, salt, and cholesterol.

There are some Herbal tea known to help relieve the pain of arthritis.

Certain foods can trigger the pain including:
White potatoes
Green, red, and yellow peppers

Garlic boosts the immune system and can really help reduce the pain of arthritis.


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