Archive for 'Drugs & Supplements'
There are a huge range of drugs, supplements and medications around that can help with the pain and discomfort of arthritis and other chronic pain diseases. We review and explain how they all work and how effective they are.
Posted on 30. Apr, 2012 by Jennifer.
When it comes to pain relief and resolution of other symptoms associated with arthritis and other medical conditions, treatment and management can be divided into the following types based on the method and site of administration: Local or topical treatment: This refers to the administration of the drug or the pain killer at the “actual [...]
Posted on 20. Apr, 2012 by Jennifer.
It has been known for centuries that certain herbs, spices and oils heal inflammation, thus providing relief to a variety of different types of pain including that associated with arthritis. Plants or herbs are vital and considered essential for an effective and permanent control and cure of most types of pain. However, obtaining the right [...]
Posted on 18. Jan, 2012 by Jennifer.
Arthritis is a general or universal term used for a huge group of related conditions including rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. While arthritis causes severe pain in the joints, relief comes from many directions like exercises, diet, massages, yoga, drugs etc. While the advancement in medical field still soars, it does good to bear in mind [...]
Posted on 18. Nov, 2011 by Peter.
Provailen is a both “preventive and curative supplement” that not only prevents and protects your bones and joints against various forms of arthritis but also helps treat their symptoms such as pain, joint inflammation, tenderness and stiffness within a reasonable time frame. Provailen is composed of only healthy and safe herbal ingredients which are all [...]
Posted on 07. Nov, 2011 by Annie.
Muscle cramps are rhythmic, contractile but painful movements of your body muscles which occur often as a side effect of intense exercise. While they are not necessarily an indication of any disease, they often cause severe irritation and frustration to many people who suffer from arthritis. While, most of the time, they do not cause [...]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2011 by Annie.
Introduction & background As conventional medical or pharmaceutical treatments for arthritis present a number of problems, in terms of both safety and efficacy, a number of different alternative therapies have been studied, including dietary modifications, nutritional / dietary supplements, botanicals, and, acupuncture, Yoga and Balneotherapy. While the response to these treatments is variable and often [...]