Arthritis & Inflammation
The term arthritis comes from the Greek words arthron and itis - arthron means joint and itis means inflammation ... commonly referred to as fire in the joints. If you have be diagnosed with arthritis, you may already be familiar with those piercing, stabbing pains you get in the middle of the night. Those stabbing pains are one of primary inflammatory responses that is characteristic of arthritis.
Because there is no cure for arthritis, it is said in medical circles that cancer is a death sentence but arhritis is life sentence. But there are steps you can take to reduce the pain you experience:
1. Get your pain under control.
2. Reduce the inflammation with anti-inflammatories.
3. Get moving.
Point number three, get moving, is the most problematic because of the pain itself ... it's just too uncomfortable to do anything when you're in pain, right. However, movement can improve your range of motion and maintain joint mobility so it's necessary.
If you're packing extra weight, you might consider trying to drop some of it. Okay, easier said than done but think about this: every extra pound you're toting adds four pounds of pressure on your weight bearing joints. Twenty pounds of extra weight equals 80 pounds of pressure on your hips, knees, ankles and lower back.
Consider also the toll extracted by untethered inflammation. Arthritis affects the cartilage in the joints. Inflammation attacks and destroys cartilage. Cartilage is the soft, rubbery substance that protects the ends of your bones. Calming inflammation can slow the degredation of the cartilage, effectively giving you more time.
MiraFlex was formulated to provide you the best option to help keep you mobile. The two pain relievers in miraFlex are the strongest analgesics found in over-the-counter medications. They are teamed up with the two strongest, and safest all natural anti-inflammatories on the planet. No side effects and no contra-indications. Plus, as a topical application, miraFlex will not adversely affect your heart, liver, kidneys or digestive tract.