Ways To Help With Osteoarthritis Pain

Ways To Help With Osteoarthritis Pain

What is Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis and can cause your joints to feel stiff and painful. Nearly 9 million people in the UK suffer from it. Older people, especially women, are more likely to be affected. It used to be thought that it was caused by wear and tear and therefore inevitable as we got older.

We now know it is more complicated. Inside your joints, there is a loss of cartilage, which surrounds the ends of your bones and acts as a shock absorber and the formation of new bone can cause the joints to look lumpy or become bent.

No one knows exactly what causes OA, but it may be due to repeated small injuries that happen as part of daily life that don’t heal completely. It can run in families and broken bones or sporting injuries can lead to OA later in life.

Symptoms of  Osteoarthritis

There are different types of arthritis and the symptoms you experience will vary depending on have which is why it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis if you have:

  • Joint pain, tenderness and stiffness
  • Inflammation in and around your joints
  • Restricted movement of the joints
  • Warm red skin over the affected joint
  • Weakness and muscle wasting

The most common joints to be affected are the hands, spine, knees, and hips

Osteoarthritis affects hands, spine, knees, and hips

Tips to help relieve the symptoms

There are several ways to help with Osteoarthritis pain as there’s no cure for osteoarthritis, but the condition doesn’t necessarily get any worse over time and a number of treatments are available to help relieve the symptoms.

The main treatments for osteoarthritis include:

  • lifestyle measures – such as maintaining a healthy weight and exercising regularly
  • medication – to relieve your pain
  • supportive therapies – to help make everyday activities easier.

In a few cases, where other treatments haven’t been helpful, surgery to repair, strengthen or replace damaged joints may also be considered

Losing weight can really help. For every pound you are above a healthy weight, an extra 4-5 pounds of weight goes through your hips, knees, and feet which places excessive pressure on those joints leading to increased pain and mobility problems.

Exercise, even if you may not feel like it, can reduce and prevent pain. OA is not caused by too much exercise or hard work.

It will improve your range of movement and joint mobility, increase your muscle strength, reduce stiffness and boost your energy. As long as you do the right type and level of exercise for your condition, your arthritis will not get any worse.

Taking care of your joints is also important to avoid further damage. For example try to protect your joints by:

  • Using larger stronger joints as levers e.g. taking the pressure of opening a heavy door on your shoulder rather than your hand

Use several joints to spread the weight of an object e.g. uses both hands to carry your shopping or distribute the weight evenly using a rucksack.

Don’t grip too tightly – grip as loosely as possible or use a padded handle to widen your grip.

Managing Osteoarthritis Pain

If you suffer from Osteoarthritis, you may experience both acute and chronic pain. There is no one way to manage this pain. You could be prescribed medicines and may eventually have surgery but a lifestyle change, as mentioned above also plays an important factor.

  • Do more exercise – this releases endorphins which will help to lift your mood
  • Relax and learn to meditate ( arthritis can cause your muscles to become tense and therefore more painful).
  • Improve your sleep pattern – lack of sleep can increase your stress levels and inflammatory hormones which makes the pain worse. So, practice meditation, avoid napping, develop a sleep ritual and avoid stimulating drinks in the evening.
  • Try a  clinical treatment like physiotherapy.
  • Set yourself goals each day, as it is a good way of focusing on something positive rather than thinking about arthritis.
  • Medication – Your doctor can prescribe your medication for the condition. You can also use certain drug-free medications that will fight against the pain

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Drug-Free Medication

FlexiSEQ Max Strenght For Osteoarthritis is specially formulated to help fight against the pain and stiffness associated with joint wear & tear and osteoarthritis.

Clinically proven to relieve joint pain and improve mobility, FlexiSEQ Max Strenght For Osteoarthritis uses unique SEQ Tech® to help lubricate and protect your joints.

The product is drug-free and can be used long-term and alongside medications without drug interactions or exacerbating pre-existing conditions.

Flexiseq Max Strength Osteoarthritis Joint Pain Relief Gel

Flexiseq Osteoarthritis Max Strenght Gel

FlexiSEQ Max Strength (For Osteoarthritis)

When joint pain and stiffness of Osteoarthritis are holding you back from doing the things you love and reducing your joy, FlexiSEQ Max Strength’s unique drug-free action works only where it’s needed to lubricate joints affected by osteoarthritis.

Apply FlexiSEQ Max Strength twice a day in the morning and evening on hands, knees, hips, shoulders, and other joints affected by osteoarthritis to provide pain relief and fight joint stiffness in a couple of days.

It is Drug-Free

Unlike traditional pain killers that temporarily relieve inflammation to mask pain, FlexiSEQ Max Strength’s drug-free treatment lubricates the cartilage in the joints to help you regain pain-free mobility and start enjoying your activities pain-free.

It can also be used alongside traditional pain medication prescribed by your doctor with no drug-to-drug interactions. This is particularly beneficial to the following osteoarthritis patients:

  • Patients looking for a drug-free formula with reduced systematic side effects.
  • Patients who need treatment that can be used longer than 14 days.
  • Patients for whom NSAIDs are not suitable.
  • Patients taking medications that may interact with traditional painkillers

Clinically proven

In studies across almost 1,500 osteoarthritis patients, FlexiSEQ Max Strength was shown to improve pain, joint stiffness, and physical function, as well as an impeccable safety profile, with no side effects.

pain free after starting using Flexiseq Max strenght for osteoarthritis gel

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SEQ Tech®

Discover The FlexiSeq Max Strenght that Helps Many Osteoarthritis Patients Regain Mobility Fast

FlexiSEQ Max Strength helps to relieve pain and improve joint mobility thanks to billions of plant-based, oily droplets called Sequessomes.

Activated when the gel dries on the skin, these tiny, flexible droplets pass through the skin and into target joints, where they localise on cartilage surfaces to form a lubricating layer.

This is a  unique lubricating mode of action called SEQ Tech® and it’s the revolutionary driving force powering FlexiSEQ Max Strength.

Flexiseq Max Strength Osteoarthritis Joint Pain Relief Gel Flexiseq Max Strenght Osteoarthritis Gel is available in three sizes: 30g, 50g, and 100g sizes

How it works

Rather than simply masking the pain like typical pain killers gels, FlexiSEQ Max Strenght For Osteoarthritis lubricating mode of action targets the underlying characteristics of osteoarthritis, thereby reducing the causes of pain, inflammation and joint stiffness.

No drugs, no heating or cooling, FlexiSEQ’s SEQ Tech® is a one-of-a-kind treatment for joint pain and stiffness.

In order to achieve optimum effect, FlexiSEQ Max Strength (For Osteoarthritis) should be applied twice daily, usually morning and evening. We advise that you clean and dry your skin before application and, once the gel has been applied, leave the area uncovered for 10 minutes to let our SEQ Tech® get to work.

FlexiSEQ should be left to dry on the skin naturally, it should not be rubbed in.

How to Use

Apply: Spread a thin layer around the joint and do NOT rub it in. Allow drying.

Let It Dry: Once applied the correct amount should take roughly 10 minutes to air dry

How Often: You should look to apply FlexiSEQ Max Strength twice daily, in the morning and evening.

How long does it take for beneficial effects?

Flexiseq Max strenght for osteoarthritis starts working between 2 to 14 days FlexiSEQ Max Strength For Osteoarthritis can take anywhere between 2-14 days to start taking effect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    • Directions of Use – Spread a thin layer of Flexiseq Max Strength around the soft tissues of joints (do not rub in) twice daily in the morning and evening. Once applied, leave to air dry for 10 minutes as the drying activates the penetration into joints
    • Use on the Go – Flexiseq Max Strength contains the fully concentrated formula in a smaller 30g handy pack size, which is perfect for looking after your joints on the go, whether you’re knitting, playing golf or even packing a holiday bag
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