How to reduce joint pain naturally with 3 key lifestyle changes
If you’re watching this video, I can imagine it’s because joint pain is affecting your enjoyment of daily life.
That an aching neck, a stiff knee or a frozen shoulder is making simple everyday tasks like getting out of bed, unscrewing a lid on a jar or driving a car painful and frustrating.
Maybe your joint pain robs you of your mobility? Your freedom? And your happiness in life?
If this sounds like you then by the end of this video my goal is for you to know exactly what to do to get rid of your joint pain once and for all.
Now, if joint pain is causing you problems, you’re not alone.
Joint pain is often caused by arthritis, an injury or tension and it affects around one in six adults.
Unfortunately, many people take painkillers daily to relieve their pain.
While they are fast acting, taking painkillers for weeks or months on end is not a good idea for three KEY reasons.
Firstly, painkillers do NOTHING to address the root cause of your pain.
They do NOTHING to reduce the INFLAMMATION or to repair the wear and tear on your cartilage, tendons and ligaments.
For this reason, painkillers are little better than a sticking plaster.
What you really need is something that repairs your joints at a deeper level, so your pain reduces PERMANENTLY over time.
For this reason I recommend making the following 3 key lifestyle changes to help reduce your joint pain naturally:
Exercise – This can help to reduce your weight, improve the strength of your joints and reduce the strain on your joints. Start with light stretching exercises to begin with and progress to more strenuous activities over time.
Reduce your sugar intake – Sugar causes a condition known as GLYCATION. This has been found to age the skin, contribute to the onset of type 2 diabetes and cause inflammation between your joints, leading to joint pain.
Take nutritional supplements – Human studies have found that glucosamine, shark cartilage, New Zealand Green Lipped Sea Mussel and chondroitin sulfate may help relieve joint pain.
Links to the studies referenced in this video: