Shin splints affect many people, especially athletes. They are very painful and can lead to more issues, but they can be prevented. This quick read explains what shin splints are, how they are caused, and what you can do to prevent shin splints from bothering you.
When you think about ginger root, what comes to mind? For many, the thought of ginger brings up memories of holiday treats or a spicy Indian curry. Maybe even a cold ginger ale. We are very familiar with ginger as a flavorful spice, but have you ever thought to use it for your joint health?
As the side effect lists for over-the-counter and prescription painkillers continually get longer, people have begun to search for alternatives. One of the most efficient and effective methods to relieve pain is the skin, the largest organ of our body!
Topical pain relieving creams, lotions, ointments, and gels are quickly becoming a staple in everyone’s medicine cabinet and there’s good reason for it. Some of the many benefits of switching to a topical pain reliever include:
Because the skin absorbs medicine so readily, topical remedies can be especially effective for providing fast relief from pain.Menthol is often found in creams, gels, and salves because it is incredibly effective when applied topically—directly to the area in pain. (Click Here) to learn more!
Arthritis can strike any age group, whether male or female. The term literally translates into joint inflammation (arth=joint, itis=inflammation); this one name is used to describe over 100 types of diseases that cause joint inflammation and leads to cartilage degradation. (Click Here) to keep reading.