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Home remedies for your joint pain in Las Vegas?

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Do you feel that gnawing pain in your joints? Joint pain can affect your entire lifestyle for many years. It can even become worse if you do not take care of it. In this blog, you will read about home remedies for Las Vegas joint pain.


Managing weight


If you are obese, it puts extra weight on your hips, knees, and legs. So control your weight by adopting a healthy lifestyle of eating good food and implementing an exercise regimen. According to a study, if you lose at least 10 pounds, your osteoarthritis progression decreases by 50%, thus relieving your painful joints.




You can do strengthening exercises to strengthen your muscles that will offer more support. You can even do a range of motion exercises and aerobic exercises that will cause weight loss and reduce your pain. You can consult a physical therapist who will teach you several activities that you can do in the comfort of your home. Walking, tai chi, swimming, cycling, and water activities are low-impact exercises but are very beneficial for you.


Hot and cold fomentation


You can take a hot shower or a long warm bath to ease your pain. A moist heating pad or electric blanket also works best for your joint pain. 


Cold therapy is helpful to reduce the inflammation around the joints. Never apply ice directly on your skin. Instead, use a cold gel pack that will numb that area and reduce pain and inflammation. 




Over-the-counter NSAIDs(Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) 


These are available in pharmacy stores that can relieve your joint pain. The best part of OTC drugs is that you don’t need a prescription to purchase them, but prolonged use of ibuprofen can cause stomach ulcers. So take these medications cautiously.


Prescription drugs


There are certain medications that your doctor will prescribe you to get relief from pain. You can take those medicines as prescribed.




Your doctor may also prescribe some dietary supplements such as fish oils. Food supplements do not affect joint pain directly but may play a role in improving the condition.




These home remedies will help you with mild pain, but if you have chronic pain or severe pain intensity, don’t forget to contact your physician to get the best advice. Remember, if you neglect the issues that seem minor, it may lead to a treatment plan such as surgery.


Atticus Bennett: Atticus, a sports nutritionist, provides dietary advice for athletes, tips for muscle recovery, and nutrition plans to support peak performance.