Pain, fatigue, stiffness in joints and slight swelling in the joints may point to Rheumatoid arthritis. The symptoms vary from person to person. There is also a sudden increase in the pain known as flares which can extend from a period of few days to months. Sometimes Medicine fails to address this kind of problems. However, a few lifestyle changes and some therapies can help ease the pain to a great extent. Many herbs with anti-inflammatory properties including King of Bitters, Borage oil and Boswelia can be taken in tablet form to improve the mobility of joints. Capsaicin cream made from capsaicin, a compound present in peppers is a natural pain reliever. Celery seed is also seen as an effective treatment for arthritis. Having ginger supplements can also improve joint functionality. A calcium rich diet with more dairy products and green leafy vegetables is a must.
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