Five Supplements for Arhritis Treatment

Arthritis is a long-term health problem that very annoying.

Symptoms such as pain, stiffness, and movement disorders are certainly lowering the quality of patients’ life besides disturbing their activities. However, these disorders can be addressed through medications or certain supplements, balanced diet, and maintaining an ideal body weight.


5 Supplements that beneficial for arthritis treatment include:

1. Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties such as those contained in fish oil (tuna and salmon).
Many studies have been conducted demonstrating the role of fish oil significantly in addressing chronic inflammation, such as reduced pain and joint stiffness in the morning, and reduce anti-inflammatory drugs.

Side effects.
However, fish oil can also increase the risk of bleeding, especially if taken with certain drugs.
In addition, this supplement can also interact with other medications, such as with hypertension drugs while also may cause stomach bloating and diarrhea.

The health experts recommend consuming fish oil that is not fishy, and better in capsule form that has been frozen.

2. Borage oil

According to Robert Zurier MD from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Borage oil may reduce swelling in the joints, and can reduce the use of Prednisone (a steroid used to relive those symptoms).
However, the side effect should be watched out is this supplement also may lead to abdominal bloating or abdominal pain.

3. Green tea extract, Curcumin, Quercetin, and Ginger.

Those ingredients have anti-inflammatory properties. They have exactly the same way of working with ibuprofen but safer.

4. SAM-e.

This supplement is beneficial for anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. However, this supplement may also cause nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, and headache.

5. Probiotics.

Probiotics are one of supplement in the form of live microorganisms that beneficial for the body. One of those benefits is helping leaky gut syndrome.
Many health experts believe if leaky gut syndrome associated with rheumatoid arthritis.

Because proteins of probiotics can move through the digestive system and cause reactions of the immune system, then it will be the very beneficial supplement for arthritis patients.


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