Volume 3 - Issue 7

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Welcome to the July 2003 issue of The Arthritis Chronicle. Please pass this along to your friends!

Table of Contents:

  1. Featured Articles from The Arthritis & Glucosamine Resource Center
  2. Lower Back Pain
  3. Eight Day Arthritis Ecourse
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Featured Articles from The Arthritis & Glucosamine Resource Center


  1. Osteoarthritis: Explained Simply
  2. Glucosamine and Osteoarthritis
  3. A Guide to Glucosamine Products
  4. Eight Tips to Control Arthritic Pain
  5. What You Need to Know Before Buying A Glucosamine Product
  6. Arthritis in Dogs and Cats
  7. Arthritis Message Board Community
  8. Liquid Glucosamine Formula Syn-flex®

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Lower Back Pain


By J.R. Rogers

Oh, yes. Nearly everyone over the age of 40 is eventually plagued with that nagging, persistent lower back pain. In fact, being younger does not make you immune from lower back pain. Frequently, it strikes much younger individuals as well. It can range from mild pain and discomfort to pain that is simply crippling.

Why?
There are so many factors involved in the development of lower back pain that it is difficult to address all of them. However, we can gain a lot of ground in defeating this debilitating problem with a few simple steps.

Osteoarthritis and the Lower Back
As we have discussed many times, OA is not caused by a single factor. It is a combination of many factors, some of which we have touched on briefly in past issues of the Arthritis Chronicle. One that we have talked about is toxicity but that bears a little more discussion.

The Detoxification Factor
Incredibly, many who suffer with lower back pain either minimize their pain or end it altogether by drinking that (old recommended) eight (8) glasses of water a day. That's right, drinking water. (I recommend distilled water.)

You see, a great deal of lower back pain is a result of inflammation that can be brought under control by using a high-quality liquid glucosamine, moderate exercise and drinking water to "detox" the pollutants that invade our bodies. Often called undischarged toxicity, these toxins play a major role in the development of arthritis in both men and women.

What's happening to my back?
Broadly speaking, when most back pain begins to hit you, much of the cartilage that protects the bony structure in the lower back has worn. As well, most of us suffer from some form of dehydration that when combined with a diet high in acid crystal-forming toxins further complicates our lower back pain.

I mentioned that I prefer distilled water. I do because much of the water we drink today (whether from our home taps or store-bought) is filled with chemicals and minerals. Nonetheless, if cost is a factor and buying distilled water is too expensive for your diet, just stay with a regimen of whatever water is available to you.

How to Proceed
If you are over 40, it is highly likely that you are already experiencing lower back pain. Of course, there can be a great many reasons for that. Nonetheless, most who have begun a regimen of eight full glasses of water a day combined with using a high-quality liquid glucosamine will begin to feel the difference. Don't feel that using other liquids such as sodas or juices is going to do the job. It is not, believe me.

What are you accomplishing?
Ninety Nine (99%) of those with lower back pain can attribute it to the accumulation of toxins that are contributing significantly to joint degeneration and inflammation in surrounding tissues. Water is a major "healer" in getting those toxins out of your system. Give this water regimen a try for a few months and keep a diary along the way. Most of you are going to be pleasantly surprised.

Have a drink on me. In fact, have about eight of them.

See you next time.

Have Questions? Email me
I hope these tips have helped. Do not give up on the fight against your arthritis. I know pain can be extremely difficult, exhausting, and depressing. Please email me if you have any questions. I can be reached at jr@arthritis-glucosamine.net. I will do my best to answer all questions within two weekdays.

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8 Tips to Control Arthritic Pain


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This concludes the July Issue of The Arthritis Chronicle. Look for the next issue in your inbox on August 1st! Please forward to any friends you know who have arthritis and would be interested.

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Please note:
As readers of this Chronicle are aware, prudent exercise benefits those who suffer from arthritis. Most of the exercise recommendations made here are low impact in nature and designed to assist those who suffer from arthritis. Nonetheless, we always recommend that you consult with your physician before engaging in any type of exercise program.

 

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