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Archive for the ‘Arthritis Pain’ Category

Kinesiotaping, strapping athletes

You’re Seeing a lot recently and the athletes on TV with some bandages colors that attract attention. It seems a novelty, but the fact is that this type of dressing was invented long ago and is the neuromuscular or Kinesiotaping Mennecke bandage.

The bases of the treatment were created in the 70s in Asia, specifically in Korea and Japan. It was not until the ’90s when the football player Alfred Nijhuis Dutchman introduced it in Europe.

In Spain one of the first to test the benefits of Kinesiotaping was exciclista Marino Lejarreta Utsonomiya in the world, in Japan.

The truth is that I had never heard of them until this summer a masseuse in San Sebastian I dealt with a sore neck with colored ribbons. At first I was a little surprised but the truth is that my pain improved significantly only with tape.

There 4 color key for working with tapes Kinesiotaping: pink, black, blue and beige, each more specific for each type of pain. The dressing is flexible, has a stretch of 140-160% in the transverse, so that the therapist will play with this tension in terms of intended treatment.

The tapes are placed Insert day rise to muscle or vice versa. If the place of origin Insert day, we will be toning specific muscle and if we do origin Insert day to relax. The main advantage of these dressings is that they are set too well to the skin so it can last 4 to 6 days even showering with them.

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How to remove the laces

How to remove the laces“I go to the gym, I barely have a week and it really hurts the body, whether it is by exercise but how do I make it no longer hurt me?”.

Most people who exercise carried out as beginners and even in high performance, has suffered what is commonly called needles. But what are they?.

Soreness, also called delayed muscle pain (DMT), is as its name indicates muscle aches that appear just hours after completing the exercise and reach a peak of pain between 24 and 48 hours later.

These laces pains are due to overuse activity involving eccentric type preferably, when the muscle is stretched, in subjects not accustomed to it.

Usually the pains are located in areas where the muscle has been stretched more and more stress endured during contraction, causing destruction muscular microstructural level in muscle tissue.

How can to avoid the laces?

The advice of taking sugar water or soda water is completely ineffective, the best thing is to work on prevention so that these pains not to appear or be reduced.

If we have not begun training, it is best to respect the principle of progression of the load, which depends on the initial force level of each subject, from there we will increase the financial burden usually from week to week.

It is also essential to stretch the muscles worked at both the beginning and end of the activity, but do not overdo it could be worse.

But if we suffer the pain of muscle soreness after training, which is normal, we will focus on these three tips:

1. Apply cold and massage the affected area.

2. Taking a painkiller for pain, and vitamin C as an antioxidant.

3. Moderate exercise, and thanks to the endorphins that give us pleasure and brings our attention to other less affected muscles.

Vitamins and Minerals for Arthritis Pain

Arthritis is a complex disorder that comprises more than 100 distinct conditions and can affect people at any stage of life. Two of the most common forms are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. These two forms have very different causes, risk factors, and effects on the body. The most common symptom in both is persistent joint pain. The joint pain of arthritis can appear as hip pain, knee pain, hand pain, or wrist pain, as well as joint pain in other areas of the body.

Arthritis is a complex disorder that comprises more than 100 distinct conditions and can affect people at any stage of life. Two of the most common forms are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. These two forms have very different causes, risk factors, and effects on the body. The most common symptom in both is persistent joint pain. The joint pain of arthritis can appear as hip pain, knee pain, hand pain, or wrist pain, as well as joint pain in other areas of the body.

Ankylosing spondylitis
This is a type of arthritis that affects the spine and most experts believe it could be a result of inflammation which leads to the complications because the bones of the spine grow together.
Juvenile arthritis
This is nothing more then a general term for all types of arthritis that occur in children. Children may develop juvenile rheumatoid arthritis or childhood forms of lupus, ankylosing spondylitis or other types of arthritis.

Vitamins and Calcium for Arthritis Pain
No matter what kind of arthritis you may have, a balanced diet is essential for good health. Some preliminary studies suggest that two nutrients in particular — vitamin C and vitamin D — may show promise for easing osteoarthritis. (Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium, builds bone mass, and prevents bone loss; vitamin C helps your body repair tissue.) Make sure you get enough calcium, which will strengthen your bones and help prevent osteoporosis. Consult your doctor to see if a vitamin supplement is right for you.

The most commonly observed vitamin and mineral deficiencies in patients with RA, are folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Although, food is always the preferred source for vitamins and minerals, it may be essential to use supplementation to assist in counterbalancing the outlined deficiencies and improving nutritional status for patients with RA. Increased intake of antioxidants such as selenium and vitamin E may decrease free-radical damage to joint linings, which diminish swelling and pain.

Both Vitamin D and Calcium are vital nutrients for strong bones and teeth, Calcium plays an essential role in nerve and muscle formation as well as blood clotting and regulation of the heartbeat. Absorption of calcium in the body can be inefficient and as Vitamin D promotes absorption, these two nutrients are best taken together.

Vitamin C and other antioxidants – Vitamin C is utilized in the formation of collagen in cartilage and it serves as an antioxidant that is effective in preventing inflammation. Studies have suggested improvements in OA patients who consumed an average of 152 mg of Vitamin C per day. Other excellent sources of antioxidants include colorful fruits and vegetables and dark chocolate.

Foods high in calcium include dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt; calcium-fortified orange juice; and broccoli. Vitamin D is found in dairy products. Being out in sunlight for at least 15 minutes each day without sunscreen will also help with vitamin D intake; your body makes vitamin D when it’s exposed to sunlight.
Food-based sources of vitamins and minerals are better than dietary supplements, which are not as fully absorbed by the body. If your child has little appetite for food, however, your doctor may recommend dietary supplements.