A Natural Approach To Health
Living With Tendonitis
The symptoms of tendonitis include:
>Pain at the site of the tendon and surrounding area. Pain may gradually build up or be sudden and severe.
>Loss of motion in the shoulder.
Tendonitis may take weeks to months to go away, depending on the severity of your injury.
You should see your doctor if you experience any of the following, as these could be signs of another problem that needs more immediate attention:
>Fever (over 100 degrees Fahrenheit)
>Swelling, redness, and warmth
>General illness or multiple sites of pain
>Inability to move the affected area
To deal with tendonitis it’s helpful to:
*Drink 6-8 cups of purified water every day to hydrate your cells.
*Discover and avoid triggers.
*Exercise regularly, but start slow.
*Breathe deeply to oxygenate cells.
*Alfalfa is extremely helpful for inflammation; take throughout the day; try as a tea.
*EFAs (Omega 3, flaxseed oil, fish oil) help lubricate joints and decrease inflammation.
*Avoid nightshade vegetables, like peppers, tomato, eggplant, and potato.
*Try Epsom salt baths.
*Try hot castor oil packs (apply white cotton dipped in warmed castor oil, cover with plastic wrap, cover with heating pad if desired for up to 2 hours).
*Maintain a healthy weight.
*Test for heavy metal toxicity.
*Try Kombucha Tea.
*Ensure proper footwear.
*Fresh, raw pineapple and papaya contain bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme.
*Consider liver support and/or a liver cleanse.
*Avoid MSG and artificial sweeteners because they are neurotoxins.
*EZ-Gest between meals may be helpful to ease inflammation.
*Have chiropractic or osteopathic evaluation/treatment.
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