23 Ways To Get Rid Of Inflammation and Joint Pain Saturday Strategy
Hey friend! Drew Canole. I am so jest up tobe here. We're in Lake Murray, Southern California at its finest. It's absolutelygorgeous out today and what better way to spend our day than you and me talking aboutsomething that I'm passionate about and I know a lot of you need help with. What isité Inflammation. Inflammation attacks us when we least expect it. We go to bed, wewake up in pain, we twist our neck it doesn't make us capable of being the fullest expressionof who you and I are. So today we are attacking inflammation headon. I wanna show you the11 things to eliminate, eradicate and destroy from your life and I also wanna show you 23remedies that can help inflammation when it
sets in but first we have to understand thetwo primary pathways for your body to heal inflammation on its own. Get the primary andyou have the secondary pathway to eliminate it. So if we help the body with the primarypathway of detoxification, of giving it the right foods, of eliminating the bad thingsthen that secondary response doesn't kick on. You start to feel better. So let's talkabout the 11 things to eliminate and cut back on righté Some of these are gonna be prettyhard to eliminate right away and I get that but to cut back on to help with that primarypathway of getting rid of inflammation on the body. Number one, processed food. Youheard me talk about it. Sugar, dairy, wheat.
If you are in a polluted area make sure youget an air purifier to clean your house. Smoking, ugh! Not good for inflammation at all. Ifyou're smoking and you're taking pain killers at the same time, double bad okayéDon't be doing that stuff or at least try to eliminate it slowly okayé Alcohol, transfats,omega 6's, fatty acids, MSG and sleep. Sleep is the big ticker. If you're getting enoughsleep it will help eliminate that. Your kidneys works when you're, at night its purifyingyour blood so it's exactly what you want. So sleep, bar none is the most important thing.â€˜Right my friend, have a seat. Let's talk about this real quick. So 23 things we cando to get rid of inflammation. Number one
is Omega 3's righté Omega 3's deliverin the process of getting rid of toxic. Inflammation build up in your body. Number two is greens.You've seen all of our juicing tutorials. I'm a firm believer of drinking greens in themorning on an empty stomach, you know that's why we do warm water and lemon, stimulatethat digestive fire as they talked about neuro data and then having the green juice afterwardsso that you a absorb the phytochemicals, amino, enzymes and that's if you're travelingor whatever you're doing that's why a lot of people are actually taking the Organifiwith them so they get the green superfood first thing in the morning. Very powerfulstuff. And then gut health righté Inflammation
starts in the gut with the food that we eat.80% of our immune system is in the gut so that's why you wanna eat the foods likewe talked about on last week's Saturday Strategy that are loaded with probiotics.Prebiotics, things to stimulate that immune system and help you heal. Hydration is absolutelykey. Listen, 80% of the country is chronically dehydrated. Drink your water, six liters atleast. Drop a little Celtic sea salt in there for your minerals, absolutely amazing foryou. One of my favorite teas is actually turmeric and ginger tea. You've seen me make tutorialsabout this. Really good for you. Epsom salt bath at night. One of my favorite things todo is add a little Epsom salt, sit in there,
relax, meditate, breath, lower that cortisollevel and just let that magnesium absorb through your skin. One of the best ways that leadsme to the next one which is magnesium. Magnesium is quintessential. I've a calm supplementI take from home, couple of dose a day make you feel absolutely amazing. Nine is oliveoil righté They've done research on this. They tested olive oil against ibuprofen, justone and a half tablespoons of olive oil is equivalent to 200 milligrams of ibuprofen.Dandelion greens, as I mentioned two weeks ago in 23 ways to cleanse your body, Dandeliongreens help promote bile in your digestive track which helps eliminate toxins as wellplus they're loaded with vitamins A, C and
Arthritits weather arthritis
So. does weather affect arthritisé The surprisinganswer next. Weather may. or may not affect arthritissymptoms One of the most controversial topics in arthritisis this. Does weather affect symptomsé Well maybe we have an answer to this perplexingissue. Nancy Walsh writing in her blog on Medscape reported on a Dutch study of 712survey participants who were residents of Germany, Italy, U.K., the Netherlands, Spain,and Sweden. a variety of climates. Patients' mean age was 73 years, 72% werewomen, and 67% considered themselves to be quot;weather sensitive.quot;When the researchers compared the weathersensitive
patients with those who didn't consider themselvessensitive, they found that women, the less educated, and more anxious and depressed patientswere more often sensitive. Weathersensitive individuals also had lessof a sense of mastery over their lives. Among the 469 individuals who considered themselvesweather sensitive, almost 40% said damp and rainy conditions worsened their symptoms,30% said only cold bothered them, and 5% said hot weather was worse for their pain. Smallnumbers reported increased pain with both hot and cold weather, or to rain and coldand heat. Interestingly, the percentage of patientswho were weather sensitive was highest in
warm, dry climates like Spain and Italy (77%)and lowest in the cold, wet climate of Sweden (57%). In addition, residents of warm, dryclimates reported more intense joint pain than those in cold, wet climates.Possible explanations suggested by Erik Timmermans, the lead author, included the biologic:quot;Changes in temperature and humidity may influence the expansion and contraction of differenttissues in the affected joint, which may elicit a pain response. In addition, low temperaturesmay increase the viscosity of synovial fluid, thereby making joints stiffer and perhapsmore sensitive to the pain of mechanical stresses.quot; The exposure theory:quot;The climates in both Mediterranean countries
are warmer compared to the climate in Sweden.As a result, older people with osteoarthritis in Italy and Spain may be more often outsidecompared to those in Sweden. As a consequence, they may be more aware of the effect of weatheron their pain and are more likely to report weather sensitivity.quot;And the mind: quot;The disease course of osteoarthritis is oftencharacterized by a low level or absence of symptoms with periods of flareup or exacerbation.The uncertainty about the recurrence of pain may lead to anxiety in people with osteoarthritisand this might encourage the desire to have an explanation for the worsening of theirpain.quot;
In any case, quot;the common belief that jointpain in osteoarthritis becomes worse by living in a cold and damp climate is not supportedby our results,quot; they stated. They concluded that ians' appreciationof older patients' potential weather sensitivity wherever they live may be key. quot;Earlytreatment of weathersensitive individuals with osteoarthritis using cognitive and psychologicalinterventions may reduce suffering and may help them to maintain a functionally effectivelifestyle,quot; they concluded. Comment: So there it is. your answer.
Rainy weather brings joint pain for some elders among us
There has been a debate for decades aboutwhether there is some type of a connection between weather changes and joint pain.Some scientists express doubts, but our elders, who often experience chronic aches in therainy season, beg to differ. Lee Unshin has the full story.The monsoon season has brought a wave of showers that, with the effects of climate change,seem to get more unpredictable by the year. And yet, growing up, our grandparents somehowalways had an idea about when it was going to rain.Ever wondered how they could tellé quot;Research has shown the link between jointpain and the weather, with rain more likely
to affect your pain. In fact, people who sufferfrom arthritis claim that sometimes they can tell a storm is looming in advance.quot; quot;My body can almost always predict weatherchanges. Aches start to kick in a couple days before the rain. I live in Galveston, Texas,where its extremely humid from the surrounding ocean, and the joint cramps are far worsewhen I'm there, compared to when I'm in Seoul.quot; While the studies haven't been entirely conclusive,a majority of s believes the correlation between weather changes and pain is more thanplausible. The knees, elbows and fingers joints thatgo through a lot of wear and tear seem
to be particularly sensitive.Bones and joints weakened by old age or injury are also reportedly more sensitive to theweather. quot;When the humidity is high and the air pressureis low, it makes the joints swell a bit, which could cause pain. The best thing to do toif you suffer from chronic aches like these. is to avoid intense physical activity andtake pain medication in advance.quot; For people with less prognostic joints, thereis a handy smartphone app that offers barometric pressure readings, so people can track potentialchanges that will affect how they feel. However, s add that because not everyonewith arthritic pain. experiences weatherrelated
aches. people should consult a physicianwhen considering medication. They also say that further studies are requiredto confirm the link between joint pain and the weather.Lee Unshin, Arirang News.