Stop rheumatism!

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Very widespread, rheumatic diseases strike at all ages and manifest themselves with pain and reduced mobility. They are divided into:

Pseudoarticular or soft tissue rheumatism (muscles, tendons and ligaments), which are the most frequent (55%), especially among sports people and those who perform heavy work.

Degenerative rheumatism or arthrosis (40%), which occur through the progressive wear of the joints or vertebral discs, due to aging, trauma or excessive stress.

Inflammatory rheumatism or arthritis (5%), characterized by inflammation of one or more joints.

From a nutritional point of view, the prevention and treatment of rheumatism are based on the following points:

  • Drink enough to avoid dehydration which can be the cause of tendonitis, muscle tears, etc.
  • Strengthen the joints through a balanced supply of proteins and trace elements that intervene in the formation of joint cartilage (manganese, sulfur, silicon).
  • Neutralize free radicals produced during intense muscular effort and curb joint wear with the help of antioxidants (beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, selenium and zinc)
  • Fight inflammation with polyunsaturated fatty acids and B vitamins.

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In practice, the foods to be preferred are fish, eggs, vegetables, legumes, whole grains and oleaginous fruits.

It is obvious that regular sporting activity must be accompanied by the acquisition of adequate eating habits, not only to improve performance but also to prevent injuries. In addition, each sports session should be preceded and followed by exercises suitable for muscle preparation and relaxation, as well as by a massage with a specific product. Before the effort, the latter warms the muscles and activates circulation, while afterwards it promotes recovery by accelerating the elimination of metabolic waste.

Rheumatism therapy can make use of traditional medicine (anti-inflammatory drugs, preparations containing cartilage components, etc.), homeopathy, phytotherapy (devil’s claw, horsetail, etc.) or nutrition therapy (fish oils, antioxidants , etc.). Whichever method is chosen, oral treatment should be associated with the application of a topical (drug for local use).

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12 thoughts on “Stop rheumatism!

  1. Agatha Guest says:

    As far as I know, the causes of rheumatism are often unclear, but several factors have been identified that can contribute to triggering them, including lifestyle.

  2. Lynda Beltran says:

    But I don’t think it’s possible at least when it comes to some types of rheumatic diseases, such as arthrosis.

  3. Johnathan Rogers says:

    What we know for sure is that you need to stock up on antioxidants such as omega 3 and vitamins A, C and E.

  4. Harlee Butler says:

    I agree with the above, antioxidants help you to counteract cellular aging that damages cartilage (cartilage degeneration is precisely the process that characterizes arthrosis).

  5. Skye Winter says:

    It is certainly advisable to eliminate or in any case reduce simple sugars to the maximum, therefore sweets and sugary drinks.

  6. Callam Taylor says:

    And then you have to pay attention to saturated fats: limit the consumption of sausages, cured meats and cheeses (prefer low-fat yogurt over other dairy products), and use extra virgin olive oil (which has anti-inflammatory molecules) instead of butter.

  7. Tabatha Ferreira says:

    A sedentary lifestyle negatively affects health for several reasons: on the one hand it worsens muscle tone, on the other it limits the mobility of the joints. These conditions are certainly not in favor of those with rheumatic pains. Rather!

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