Joint Relief Solution May Help Arthritis

When it hurts to move, and you can’t sit another moment without grimacing
pain, congratulations. You’ve joined the millions who live with the pain of
arthritis, of whom 70 million live in the United States.

Arthritis is a broad term for the 100+ joint disorders characterized by
inflammation. Over time, this process can wear away at cartilage, the
rubber-like substance that covers the ends of your bones at the joints,  to
the point that there’s less of it to reduce the impact of your movement.

In some people, the cartilage is worn away completely so that the bones rub
against each other. As well, it can stiffen and lose elasticity. This places
greater strain on your ligaments and tendons, now absorbing movements they
weren’t designed to take.

Some of the more common forms of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid
arthritis and gout, with the first of those three being the most common.

Medications For Mild Arthritis

The goal of joint treatment is to reduce pain and preserve joint function.
Most medications meet the first prerequisite but fail to address the latter. And
while you can reduce mild pain with acetaminophen (Tylenol), higher strength
medications should not be used on a long-term basis.

For moderate to severe arthritis, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also
called NSAIDs, may help, with common examples being aspirin and ibuprofen.
NSAIDs are sold both over the counter and as prescription medications.

A newer generation of NSAIDs, called Cox-2 inhibitors, offer more aggressive
reduction of symptoms, but all except one have been removed from the market as
they’re linked to higher risk of heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular
events.

High Strength Arthritis Medications Can Have Serious Side Effects

At the highest end of the joint pain scale, some doctors prescribe opioid
drugs, anti-depressants or anti-epileptic drugs to help patients live with
severe joint pain.

This is less than ideal, of course, as all of the above-mentioned drugs are
designed for short-term use only and simply mask symptoms. They may also cause
side effects ranging from gastrointestinal bleeding (NSAIDs) to liver damage.
Antidepressants can cause drowsiness and suicidal thoughts and opioids can be
habit-forming.

There is, however, a natural alternative to these traditional and
sometimes dangerous arthritis medications. Not only may it avoid the side
effects of pharmaceuticals, studies show it can relieve pain, preserve joint
function and possibly even reverse loss of cartilage.

Joint Relief Solution Offers Natural Help For Arthritis

Joint Relief Solution is a natural supplement for pain relief and joint
function and preservation. Not a pharmaceutical, it uses compounds that occur
naturally in cartilage, and natural pain relievers, to bring relief from joint
pain and protect essential cartilage.

In a 2002 study, one of the ingredients found in Joint Relief Solution,
Avocado Soybean Unsaponifiables significantly reduced loss of joint space in
patients with osteoarthritis.

And you may be surprised to learn that an active ingredient in willow bark,
also found in Joint Relief Solution, led a German pharmacist to create Aspirin
and has a history of use as a natural pain-killer dating back thousands of
years.

Joint Relief Solution Has Glucosamine and Chondroitin

Yet the strongest case for a natural joint supplement like Joint Relief
Solution may come from two compounds, glucosamine and chondroitin, both of which
are essential to functioning of cartilage and are lost with time as part of the
ageing process.

Glucosamine is an amino sugar believed to slow deterioration of cartilage and
improve mobility while chondroitin may enhance the shock-absorbing properties of
collagen and block the enzymes that break down cartilage.

In a study conducted in 2006, researchers found that the two work best when
combined.

The irony is that there are no rich food sources of either these natural
compounds. The body can only absorb and put them to use when taken in
supplement form.

These factors make a compelling case for Joint Relief Solution, as multiple
studies clearly show the ingredients found within it can reduce pain, assist
mobility and preserve essential cartilage. And it does so naturally, without
pharmaceuticals and the side effects linked to them.

Joint Relief Solution fills a specific need in a large demographic. For folks
living with arthritis and joint pain, it’s good news indeed.

More Info: Joint Relief Solution

12 thoughts on “Joint Relief Solution May Help Arthritis

  1. Hi Beverly, unbelievable that 20% of the people in the US are having this. It is good to know your audience from the beginning! Cheers, Jerry

  2. I love to read posts and articles about natural cures as opposed to pharmaceuticals. I believe there are a lot of natural cures out there.

    I’ve been getting arthritis pain the last year or two myself. It is in the joints of my hands, mainly. I ask my wife to rub them at night, usually. She is so good to do so.

    I am a construction painter by trade and have used my hands in the same motions for years. I’m sure this is the reason!

    I think I will check out this product, “Joint Relief Solution,” for myself IF I ever get a little extra money!

    Thank you for this post, it was very helpful!

    Sincerely, Donnie

    1. Hi Donnie, sorry for your dis-comforts as arthritis pain is nothing nice but sounds like you now have a plan and that sounds great. Yes there are many “natural” solutions that works wonders. It’s wonderful you have a nice wife to help and comfort you. Thanks for stopping by and hope to chat with you soon.

  3. This a great post for someone like me who fears the onset of arthritis in my hands. It comes and goes at the moment but I am pretty sure (with my mothers side of the family history) that it is coming soon. Very helpful post ad thank you for the information. GC

    1. Hi GC, sorry to hear of your fears, but hopefully all the possible solutions out there, will put some of your fears to rest. Glad you enjoyed the read and thanks for stopping by.

  4. This sounds like a great product, and something I could really use right now. It seems nothing else I’ve tried has worked. Thank you for the information

  5. Hi Beverly! Arthritis runs in my Mother’s family quite bad, and I have cousins who developed it very young. I’m not bothered with it yet, but I fear it will be coming in later years. This is an interesting article …. and I’m glad to hear that Joint Relief Solution may help this dreadful condition.

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