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How Rapid Fluctuation of Uric Acid Triggers Gout Attack

For gout patient who is having a long term hyperuricemia, chances are high that he will get a gout attack, be it a mild joint discomfort or a serious inflamed and swollen feet, after he has taken a meal with some high purine food.This is because high purine food will cause in a [...]

By | February 4th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

3 Things Not to Eat With Gout

Avoiding certain foods can help to reduce gout symptoms and prevent further attacks. Here you'll learn why, plus, a list of 3 things not to eat if you have gout.People with gout usually have high uric acid levels in their blood which forms crystals in joints and surrounding tissue. So, to help reduce [...]

By | February 3rd, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

4 Tips for How to Cure Sciatica at Home With an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Increased consumption of processed foods has led directly to an increase in pain and discomfort related to inflammation in the body, including sciatica. Sciatica occurs when inflammation puts pressure on the sciatic nerve, causing pain in the lower back and down one or both legs. Foods rich non-inflammatory qualities are one answer for [...]

By | February 2nd, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

Client Care Tips For Your CNAs – Dressing & Grooming

Helping clients with grooming and dressing is part of the job of a nursing assistant. Do the CNAs at your workplace know how important this everyday task is to their clients? Do they use dressing and grooming activities as an opportunity to observe their clients? By sharing the following information and tips at [...]

By | February 1st, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

Gout Diet – Gout Foods to Avoid With Menu

If you are suffering from gout then you need to know that it is caused by accumulation of uric acid crystals in the joints or with in the tissues that surrounds certain joints. The real cause of gout is increased concentration of uric acid in the blood due to metabolism of purines.The characteristics [...]

By | January 31st, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

What Are the Benefits of Colostrum?

ColostrumUniversally hailed as the new 'wonder' supplement, colostrum in its original form has been around for as long as it has existed; in fact colostrum is the initial food source of all mammals.What is Colostrum?Colostrum is the first secretion produced from the mammary gland, which precedes milk. During the first 24-48 hours following [...]

By | January 30th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

Sciatic Nerve Pain Cures – 10 Tips For Sciatica Treatment

Sciatic nerve pain can be caused by many things including a slipped disc, narrowing of the spinal cord from age, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, or even improper posture. The sciatic nerve runs from your back down behind your thighs, to the lower leg and foot area. When compressed, the pain can be [...]

By | January 29th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

A Copper Penny – Is It Really Good Luck After All?

You know those "cure-all" copper bracelets you've seen people wearing around for years? Like there often is for many an "old wives' tale", it turns out there is probably more than an element of truth to the potential health benefits of copper! Not necessarily in the form of protection from arthritis or "rheumatism" [...]

By | January 28th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

MSM Benefits Asthma, Arthritis Sufferers

About four years ago, my Mom asked me to look into something that wold help alleviate her asthma. She had suffered with it for over 30 years and felt that she would most certainly die from an asthma attack.I started researching and came across MSM (Methyl-sulfonyl-methane), an organic sulfur (macro-mineral) that is found [...]

By | January 27th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments

Living With Gout – Foods to Eat That Will Knock Out Gout Pain Fast

There is new hope for you if you are living with gout. Foods to eat that help to reduce gout pain by fighting it at its source are readily available to you at your local grocery store and can mean the difference between having frequent gout attacks or making another trip to the [...]

By | January 26th, 2018|Arthritis|0 Comments