Detailed information on how you can improve your health conditions, including anxiety / stress, auto immune, insomnia, hormonal imbalance, thyroid, weight loss - just to name a few.
Although many of us are leading longer lives for many the quality of life is less than optimal. In the past it was thought that good health was due to your “good genes”. However, recent research shows us there is more to a healthy body than what we inherited from our forefathers. Our environment and attitude play a very important part in how we age. Fortunately, there are many beneficial dietary and lifestyle changes, as well as supplements to add, which may assist us to achieve and maintain health, wellness and longevity.
Safe & Natural Solutions
Fortunately there are many safe and effective options to reduce inflammation and pain. One such option which many people may be aware of is fish and krill oil. There are also a number of herbal medicines that offer safe and effective anti-inflammatory support. Some of my favourites include:
Boswellia is an Ayurvedic herb with a long history of use for pain relief and rheumatic and anti-inflammatory conditions. Boswellia can be used for all types of pain, but particularly arthritic or traumatic pain associated with inflammation. It has also been found to be effective for inflammatory bowel disease.
Putting Out the Fire
For optimal health, it is important to dampen down the inflammatory response and put out this fire. Pharmaceutical anti-inflammatories are commonly used to help relieve pain and inflammation, however many of these carry risks such as stroke and damage to your digestive tract. Fortunately there are some safe and effective natural anti-inflammatory and pain relief solutions available:
Turmeric: has been used traditionally for the treatment of traumatic injury, and to reduce swelling and pain in arthritic conditions.
Is poorly managed pain and inflammation slowing you down and impairing your quality of life? The feeling of pain is your body’s way of telling you that there is inflammation present. Inflammation is associated with the classic symptoms of pain, redness, heat and swelling. It frequently accompanies injury and tissue trauma, such as sprains, strains, cuts, bites and stings. However, what you may not realise, is that inflammation can be a contributing factor to many health conditions and is a key component in the joint pain of arthritis, headaches, migraine, back pain and muscular aches, digestive disorders such inflammatory bowel disease, period pain, autoimmune disorders such as Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Graves disease and cancers.
Are You Waking Up Feeling Refreshed?
Staring at the ceiling at 2:30 am, unable to sleep, is usually low on people’s list of favourite pastimes. Affecting anyone at any age, insomnia (difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep) and or waking unrefreshed can be some people’s reality. Research shows that adults who get fewer than seven hours of sleep (whether for just one night or over the course of days, weeks, or months) experience daytime consequences such as irritability, fatigue, and poor memory.
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