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By | July 6, 2018

How to make gelatin for joint pain

THINGS U WILL NEED ARE GELATIN CLEAR AND UNFLAVOURED TURMERIC POWDER half tbsp HONEY 1 tbsp you can any honey but organic work the most

COLD WATER half cup you can also make gelatin using orange juice gelatin 10 grm

now put ur gelatin in cold water and mix it really well there should be no lumps in it now put turmeric in it

the consistency should be like this

now put honey in it i put 1 tbsp u can put as much as u want and now it is ready keep it in room temperature for overnight and have this early morning before breakfast

for any question feel free to ask in the comment section down below in the morning u will find out that it is like slushee THANKS FOR WATCHING THE VIDEO

Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment Rheumatoid Arthritis Cure

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) has become verycommon nowadays. Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms are hard to detect, as it is like common pain.Rhematoid Arthritis Treatment is also very difficult. Rheumatoid Arthritis is the mostcommon type of autoimmune arthritis. It is triggered by a defective immune system(the bodys defense system) and affects small joints and the wrist of the hand, includingthe middle joints of the fingers and the knuckles. Expertise is vital to make an early diagnosisof RA. Rheumatoligist are expert in RA and they also understand better when and how touse treatments to get the best effects. Definition of Arthritis.

Arthritis is an acute or chronic inflammationof one or more joints, usually acompanied by pain and stifness,which typically worsen with age. The term Arthritis is used to describe numerous rheumaticdiseases and conditions that affect joints. Types of Arthritis. There are more or less 200 types of Arthritisbut it can be classified as either inflammatory or noninflammatory. Inflammatory arthritis features inflammatorywhite blood cells in the joint fluid. Forms

of inflammatory arthritisinclude rheumatoid arthritis, lupus arthritis, Fibromyalgia, gout, and many others.Noninflammatory Arthritis forms include osteoarthritis, arthritis of thyroid disease, arthritis afterinjury and many others. And later can be split into 7 main groups. 1. Inflammatory arthritis.2. Degenerative or mechanical arthritis. 3. Soft tissue musculoskeletal pain.4. Back pain. 5. Connective tissue disease.6. Infectious arthritis. 7. Metabolic arthritis.

What is arthritisé Typically, pain, aching, swelling and stiffnessin and around one or more joints emerge rheumatic conditions.Arthritis literally means inflammation within the joint itself, but inflammation may alsoaffect the tendons and ligaments surrounding the joint.This is known as enthesitis. Inflammation can damage the surface of the joint and sometimesthe underlying bone. The symptoms can develop gradually or suddenly.Certain rheumatic conditions can also involve the immune systemand various internal organs of the body. Arthritis

can affect multiple organs and cause widespreadsymptoms. Arthritis is more common among adults aged60 years or older, but people of all ages including children can be affected. Causes of Arthritis. There is nothing cause for arthritis; thecause depends on the type or form of arthritis. Potential causes for arthritis may include;Injury. leading to degenerative arthritis. Inheritance. such as in osteoarthritis.Abnormal metabolism. leading to gout and pseudogout. Infections. such as in the arthritis of Lymedisease.

Overactive immune system. such as rheumatoidarthritis (RA) and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).More than 22 million Americans have osteoarthritis. Approximately 2 point 3 million Americanssuffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms and signs. Symptoms of arthritis can also vary dependingon its type. Arthritis signs can develop gradually or suddenly, and as arthritis is most oftena chronic disease, symptoms may come and go, or persist over time.There are four key warning signs and symptoms of arthritis that should prompt a discussionwith your .

DermTV How to Treat Eczema DermTV Epi 178

Hello, I'm Neal Schultz pause and welcome to DermTV. Hello, I am Neal Schultz, and welcometo DermTV. The real eczema is called atopic dermatitis and we discussedthat in another episode. Today, I am going to give you some at home tips onhow to control and manage your atopic dermatitis. The most important symptomthat people with this type of eczema have is incessant itching; it drivesthem crazy. When you examine

them, you can see scratch marks, especiallyin the front of the elbow and behind the knee. And the peculiar thing is:while the scratching helps to relieve the itching, it makes it worse, becausethe more you scratch, the more you further irritate the skin, and themore irritated it gets the more it itches. So, you are essentially in an itchscratchloop, and you have got to break that loop. The best way to doit, unfortunately, is not with the oral antihistamines; they really do notwork very well. And if you use heat to stop the itching, while it feels wonderfulfor a few minutes, it

causes a rebound increase in itching afterwards,so do not use hot water in a shower to stop your itching. The best wayto do it is with either cold water or with menthol. With cold water oreven better ice cubes, just gently run over the area; it stops the itchingimmediately without doing any damage. Menthol and mentholated moisturizerslike Sarna lotion, SAR NA, are very good because the menthol causesa cooling sensation and it fools your brain. It fools your brain intoforgetting about the itching and all you feel is cooling, and the cooling ismuch less noxious. One other

tip for stopping the itching is just pressure.Rather than scratching, just squeeze the area, but very tightly and firmly,and that can also stop the itching. The next issue that you have to dealwith is infection because all of that scratching caused little breaks inthe skin and those little breaks create little valleys where bacteria can hide,and also all the inflamed skin is all flaky and scaly and bacteria justlove to use that for nutrients and to live there. Whether thosebacteria are causing an actual infection, whether they are just living thereand making their metabolic

byproducts which themselves are irritatingto your atopic skin and further causing more itching, you have to stop thebacteria. And that is easily done with overthecounter antibiotic ointmentslike bacitracin or Polysporin. We try not to use antibioticstopically that contain neomycin only because the neomycin sometimes causesfurther sensitization and itching. The next step is to deal with theactual inflammation of the rash and that is best done with just overthecountercortisones, 0.5 or 1 percent hydrocortisone, better in an ointmentvehicle than in a cream

because the skin is so dry. And that bringsus to the last part which is the dryness, the flakiness and scaliness.Two ways to approach that: either with occlusive moisturizers like Vaseline,petrolatum, or Aquaphor or else by replacing the lost surface lipids. Lipidsare fats, and in this very inflamed skin, the fats that hold these normalcells together is missing. So, we try to use moisturizers that containceramides, and ceramides are lipids that need to be restored to the surfaceof the skin. An example of an overthecounter product containing ceramidesis Atopalm, ATOPALM,

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