how to relieve arthritis symptoms at home arthritis includes more than 100 conditions most of which involve inflammation of the joint which causes swelling pain and stiffness of movement unfortunately there is no cure for arthritis all treatment is aimed at reducing inflammation relieving symptoms and containing the disease in today's video we'll talk about simple natural and proven treatments that will complement your doctor's prescription diet be sure to include nuts especially walnuts in your diet they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which can alleviate inflammation and arthritis symptoms spinach cabbage and broccoli are excellent sources of vitamins E and C vitamin E protects the body from inflammation and vitamin C helps the body produce collagen which is needed for joint flexibility olive oil reduces inflammation and and promotes autophagy a diet rich in olive oil such as a Mediterranean diet can help reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis supplements and herbs ask your doctor about using herbs as they may interact with each other or with medications you are taking ginger and garlic can be taken by people with arthritis to reduce inflammation these are more effective in supplement form capsules fresh garlic and ginger can also be added to food or drinks however because of their lower concentration of health benefits in this form they may be less effective turmeric can be used both internally and externally the curcumin it contains has properties to relieve pain and inflammation turmeric can be added to food or taken in supplements yoga it is recommended to do simple exercises so as to not cause pain but to keep the muscles in good shape forward bending of the Torso so tree pose and warrior pose will work use a chair to support your balance if some movements are painful stop the exercises or do them with less intensity quality rest dry heat from a heating pad or moist heat in the form of a hot bath or a heating pad wrapped in a towel can relieve pain and stiffness warmth and rest are very effective in the short term for most people with this condition for acute pain non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are used to treat severe pain some people find it helpful to place a cold compress on the affected area for 15 minutes feel free to ask questions in the comments below and check out our other videos we wish you good health

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