Treatment for Painful Knee Inflammation

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Treatment for Painful Knee Inflammation

When I was a teenager, I became addicted to aerobics. At this time, I typically completed a high impact aerobics workout four to five times per week. Exercising helped me stay slim. Unfortunately, my aerobics sessions quickly affected my knees. One of my knees started swelling uncontrollably. The swelling was caused from a tear in my meniscus. After surgery, I underwent extensive physical therapy to strengthen my injured knee. Sadly, the swelling continued to persist. Due to my painful condition, I started researching ways to treat inflammation. On this blog, I hope you will discover easy, effective ways to ease knee inflammation.

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: Causes, Symptoms, And Why You Should Visit Your Chiropractor

According to Neuro Kinetics, approximately 70 percent of all people will experience vertigo at one point in their lives. If you've experienced the symptoms often associated with vertigo, and your doctor cannot seem to help you find relief, you may have a specific type of this disorder that requires specialized care: benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV. If you are struggling with the symptoms associated with vertigo and suspect you may have BPPV, here is some valuable information about this common disorder and why going to the chiropractor can help you find the relief you've been looking for: Read More 

How To Reduce Knee Stress After A Knee Replacement Surgery

If you have an arthritis condition that has caused one of your knees to deteriorate significantly, then you may need to go through a knee replacement surgery. This surgery involves the resurfacing of the knee and the replacement of the various parts that make up the joint. During the procedure, your damaged knee will be replaced with a titanium and medical grade plastic joint. In about 85% of all current surgical procedures, the joint will last for 20 years. Read More 

Avoid Seeing Double When Doing Computer Work While Wearing Bifocals

Eyestrain is a common side effect of spending long periods of time in front of a computer screen. While bifocal glasses are designed to help you see better, the multifocal lenses can cause or aggravate eyestrain because the prescription may not be properly calibrated for the distance between you and the monitor, causing your eyes to work harder to focus. Add the glare from the screen, and you have a recipe for red, dry eyes and headaches. Read More 

4 Tips For Preventing Your Chronic Migraine Headaches

If you suffer from migraine headaches, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help prevent them or lessen their severity. If so, consider using one or all of the following four tips to help keep your chronic migraines at bay. Keep A Food Diary To Identify Triggers Of Your Migraines For example, if you use aspartame, this artificial sweetener has been linked with triggering migraines, sometimes increasing their frequency by 50 percent. Read More 

The Link Between Stress & Cancer & How You Can Fight It

Stress can cause affect your health in many adverse ways, especially if you are a woman. Increased stress has been linked to causing depression, anxiety, heart disease, infertility and cancer. Here is a look at how stress can increase your chances of and cause cancer, and how you can fight stress with some natural home remedies. Stress Can Increase Your Chance of Having Cancer It has been suggested that chronic stress in your life can depress your body's immune system and make you more susceptible to becoming ill. Read More