Anti-Inflammation Combats More Than Arthritis

Anti-Inflammation Combats More Than Arthritis

Arthritis is a Greek word that is derived from two different words- the first is arthro which means joint; the second is athris which means inflammation.  Arthritis simply refers to the inflammation of the joint.  Almost any joint in the body can be affected.  Which seems to me any wear and tear on the body could really affect joints later on in life.   It seems inflammation is the cause for many of our difficulties, so how can we keep inflammation under control?  Should you be looking at anti-inflammatory substances as part of your diet?

There seems to be additional benefits to using anti-inflammatories in other health issues.

Anti-Inflammatory Drug, Used for Decades, Now Found to Lower Blood Glucose
Researchers also found evidence of the drug’s anti-inflammatory effects. White blood cell, neutrophil and lymphocyte counts decreased in those who took the drug, from high levels to lower levels within the normal range. While anti-inflammatory effects
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Novel compounds to activate cannabinoid receptors wins award for Hebrew
Jerusalem, June 13, 2012 – Experimental work by a Hebrew University researcher involving stimulation of a cannabinoid receptor in the immune system has been shown to hold promise for the treatment of many neurological, inflammatory and other illnesses.
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‘MAJORITY OF OLD PEOPLE WILL DEVELOP ARTHRITIS’
We have osteo-arthritis, which is actually the commonest form of arthritis. We have rheumatoid-arthritis, septic-arthritis and goiter-arthritis. There are several types of arthritis but these are the commonest ones. By far, the commonest type of
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Myofascial release therapy can relieve migraines, other ailments
I have osteo-arthritis and degenerative disk disease from a car accident in 1991,” said Boyd But after a series of MFR she’s experiencing relief. “This is long lasting. This is months,” she said. “This is not I’m going home and it’s all over.
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So many people are affected by arthritis or inflammation is various ways.  There is heavy research going into this area to combat inflammation.  It might be a good idea to set your Google Alerts to this keyword so you can keep up on the subject.  Anti-inflammation may be the key to more than we think.

Some arthritis Q&A:

Are there certain Vitamins that help with arthritis?

My mother has arthritis and I’ve heard dome kind of oil or vitamin would help.
By on 2011-08-30 23:40:42

Best Answer: It’s either you use green lipped mussel (its MPS content and natural minerals can tremendously help you have optimal joint health and connective tissue support) or Maxalife Omega 3 Fish Oil which is proven to reduce inflammation and support joint mobility in you. It’s up to you, dear.
By vitamins for arthritis pain?

What arthritis vitamins are not good for the liver?
By poodle on 2007-03-09 09:15:47

Best Answer: vitamins for arthitis Vitamin B5 – B5 specifically, are best for reducing swelling on parts. Vitamin B3 this reduces tissue swelling and dilates small arteries, increasing blood flow Vitamin B6 – reduces tissue swelling. Vitamin B12 – helps with cell formation, digestion, myelin production, nerve protection. Vitamin C – This vitamin acts as an anti-inflammatory, relieving pain, and rids the body of free radicals. Vitamin E – This is a strong antioxidant that protects joints from free radicals while increases joint flexibility. Vitamin K – This vitamin assists with mineral deposit into the bone matrix.
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John Scalzi Quickly Moving Up My Favorites

John Scalzi Quickly Moving Up My Favorites

Only a few months ago I stubmled across a book called “Old Man’s War”.  I was quickly sucked in and actually looked forward to my bedtimes, as that is the time I read books.  Just before bed.  After mentally engulfing “Old Man’s War” I went on to read just about everything John Scalzi put out.  Then I was left in limbo as dissapointingly, there was nothing more to read from this fresh author.  (continue reading…)


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