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Massage oil to suppress Rheumatoid Arthritis pain

Rheumatoid Arthritis patients have a unique mental anguish and very distressed life. When you wake up in the morning feeling really tired with aches in your joints, unable to move, then it makes you mad and some how you want to get out of this nuisance.

Massage your body with quality oil for half an hour and later on take bath in hot water.  Massaging your body improves blood circulation and you will become energetic.

Tamarind leaves are the best option for getting rid of this terrible pain. Boil a handful of leaves in one bucket water. Let it boil well, holding on both the ends dip of a neat towel and by dipping the towel in the hot water and squeeze the excess water and gently rub it on the affected area. Continue this for 3 to 4 times a day. You can feel the difference within some time. Continue with this daily.  You can also use this boiled water for taking bath, do not add excess water to dilute it. So boil as much as water is required for you to take bath.

Exercise is also very important for this disease. If you are obese, reduce your overweight to get rid of this disease without medication. Daily exercise like jogging, speed walking is found to be effective. But if you are a heart patient avoid overexert.

Avoid those tasty junk foods, fast foods and excessive oil, these are all going to double your size and is helping you to become a patient. So stop taking all these food items. Instead of that you may try vegetables and fruits in your daily diet to keep you enactive and disease free.

Arthcare massage oil
Arthcare oil penetrates deep into the skin faster than any other ointment and possesses strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic action. Within minutes it helps to remove the terrible persistent misery due to any of these common problems like rheumatoid arthritis pain, general joint pain and musculoskeletal disorders.


In: Arthritis,General Health, Posted 5 years ago

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