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Habits That Can Reduce Arthritis PainAlong with using a topical pain reliever, we have found 8 other secrets that can help you reduce your arthritis symptoms.

When treating arthritis, doctors commonly recommend medications that are used to relieve pain and combat inflammation. While many of these medications can be effective for relieving pain and restoring mobility, there is more to treating these conditions than just taking pills. Furthermore, some medications can have harmful side effects that may make them a less-than-desirable solution.

If you are dealing with the symptoms that accompany arthritis, there are several habits that can help. By making certain lifestyle adjustments and taking the time to care for your health, you can reduce your dependence on medications and find relief for many of the common issues that are associated with arthritis.

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8 Tips to Stay Motivated

How to Motivate Yourself- Yes You Can!Motivation is defined by the general desire or willingness of someone to do something. No matter who you are, how successful you are, what you have accomplished, the magnitude of your goals or your enthusiasm to reach them, there are times when you will lack motivation. Everyone has a point in time where they feel paralyzed with no desire to do anything at all. This is what has been coined as the ugly phrase, "lack of motivation." Absence of motivation leads to procrastination, reluctance, and ultimately unhappiness.

This sounds like a dead-end street, doesn't it? But it is quite the opposite- you have control over your flow of motivation; you just have to harness it.

So what can you do when you have misplaced your motivation?

1. Look for it!

Take a break from the task at hand. Enjoy some time outside. Dance in the kitchen. Relax. And THEN get back to it. Remember: it is not a sprint, it's a marathon.

2. Act like it!

Although you have established that you aren't feeling very enthusiastic or motivated, pretend that you are. Remember what Henry Ford once said, "Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right."

3. Do Not Fear Failure!

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Eating to Rebuild Cartilage: Copper Part 2

How to Rebuild Cartilage with the Foods You EatCartilage serves a number of different functions in the body. For the joints, it acts as a pad to reduce friction and prevent damage. Over time, cartilage can be damaged and deteriorate. When this occurs, the bones no longer have the protection that they need at the joint, and it can result in pain, inflammation and a lack of mobility.

A lack of cartilage at a joint will result in osteoarthritis. This condition can affect any joint, but it is especially common in the knees, hips, wrists, and elbows. To address conditions surrounding cartilage injury and deterioration, doctors may offer a number of solutions. They might recommend pain management strategies, supplements, physical therapy, and in severe cases, they might recommend surgery.

In addressing cartilage loss or damage, the body needs to be able to rebuild the tissue structures at the joint. To produce the fibers that make up cartilage, you need to ensure that you have a balanced diet that provides all of the necessary nutrients for building the tissue.

For people that suffer from the pain that comes with cartilage loss, there are a number of foods that can be used to help your body rebuild the cartilage at joints.

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