Thursday, January 26, 2017

Nutrition for Muscle & Joint Pain and alternatives for pain relief

Dr. James Balch in his book "Nutritional Healing," recommends these supplements if you have muscle or joint pain or have injured a ligament.
MSM - 500 to 1000 mg three times a day. reduces pain and inflammation for joint and tissue repair....
Bromelain: 400 mg three times a day between stimulates production of prostglandins & reduces inflammation.
Calcium 1000 to 1500 mg a day and use plant based calcium
(other calcium can build up in your arteries)
Magnesium 700 to 100 mg daily...very important
Curcumin....600 mg three times daily...reduces inflammation and aids in healing.
DMG as directed on label . increases tissue regeneration
Essential fatty acids, Omega 3's as directed on label.--speeds recovery
Manganese...15 mg daily...strengthens wounded ligaments and tendons
Potassium 99 mg daily vital for tissue repair
Multi-vitamin & mineral
Vitamin B complex
Vitamin C for tissue repair
Silica 500 daily needed for tissue repair and helps calcium absorption.
Vitamin D-3Seven

My doctor recommends Vitamin K also as prescribed on the bottle.
Vitamin K is available in green vegetables. Consume juices from raw green vegetables.
Boswellia is an herb good for reducing inflamation.
There are many integrative and traditional treatments for pain. Some may choose physical therapy, accupressure or accupunture with cupping, massage, ointments...osteopathy, hypnosis, self hypnosis, qi-Gong, energy medicine, electiric stimulators (on Amazon) emotion/body code (check out healer's library for practitioners, ozone therapy...are options.
Pain control using deep breathing or self hypnosis is helpful
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I like the book, :Chronic Pain Solution," your personal path to pain relief, by Dr Dillard. There are many other books you can find on line.
I think it is also important to try some form of exercise when you have an injury. Consult your physician of physical therapist. Inactivty builds up lactic acid in the body and will cause more pain. If you can't afford massage, have a relative give you a massage. Check out Dr. Stephen E. West in his book "The Golden Seven Plus Two." He recommends lymphasizing which involves deep breathing. Dr. West says most pain is lack of oxygen. He states that when you sit on a hard chair for a while you realize it stops circulation. Deep breathing helps move the blood around and it becomes more oxygenated.
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