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These 3 Things Soothe Painful Joints

If you’re over 40, odds are you experience pain or stiffness in at least one of your joints.

That’s because the “wear and tear” degeneration of osteoarthritis escalates rapidly during and after your middle-aged years. And while the site of your pain may vary —your knees, hands, hip, back, or elsewhere — the result can make it difficult for you to walk or climb stairs, bend, open jars, or just remain active and energetic.

Before you can soothe those sore and tender joints, however, it’s crucial to first understand what’s really going on inside them. Fortunately, David Brownstein, M.D., one of America’s top holistic physicians, has identified six major factors responsible for fanning the flames of your arthritis pain — or even causing it in the first place.

A special Newsmax Health video has recently been released, showcasing Dr. Brownstein’s findings about these six little-known joint inflamers. Plus, when you view the video, you’ll also discover the simple steps Dr. Brownstein recommends to soothe and comfort your achy joints.

According to Travis Davis, Newsmax Health publisher, if you are one of the 27 million Americans living with painful joints, you might not only feel better but also save some money. Americans spend a whopping $130 billion yearly on drugs to treat arthritis, yet none of these medications provide a cure. These over-the-counter and prescribed medications only mask the joint symptoms, allowing the condition to grow even worse and more painful with time.

Editor’s Note: This video is so crucial to your health and mobility, Newsmax Health pulled out all the stops to bring it directly to you at no charge. Click here to see the six little-known joint inflamers everyone over 40 must avoid. With arthritis the shocking No. 1 cause of disability in Americans, there’s no time to waste.

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 02:45 PM
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