Instant arthritis relief. Is it possible? ❤️
If you have arthritis you know pain. In fact you know it well.
There are over one hundred different types of arthritis. Despite the different causes and symptoms, one thing is common, and that’s pain.
All arthritis patients suffer pain.
For some it comes and goes, for others the pain is constant.
You want relief, and you want it now.
But, is instant arthritis pain relief even possible? Yes, and no.
Before focusing on a few ways that you can get quick arthritis pain relief, it’s important to note variances.
It all depends on your definition of instant. For most, instant means right away, and immediate.
For others ten to fifteen minutes is soon enough.
As previously stated however, most arthritis sufferers want relief, and immediately.
When you are in pain, fifteen minutes can literally feel like a lifetime.
In terms of over the counter arthritis relief, you have two main options.
Those are over the counter pills, and over the counter topical arthritis creams.
So, which provide you with the fastest relief? Well, it all depends on your body.
In terms of over the counter arthritis topical treatments, mostly relief right away.
In fact, you may experience relief as soon as the cream makes contact with the skin.
Even if you’ve never use these creams before, you may have used Bengay or a similar cream to treat achy pains.
Think back to that time, you may remember the tingling sensation, but what about relief.
You should have felt it immediately. The same holds true for arthritis creams.
If you need relief and you needed now, grab a tube of arthritis pain relief cream.
Make sure you have some at home. In terms of over the counter pain pills, it all depends on your body and your purchase.
For example, most pain relief capsules or tablets must dissolve in your body.
They can take time for the entire pill to dissolve. On the other hand, Advil has a liquid gel format.
Just the outer layer needs to dissolve, so relief is typically faster.
Tylenol has a special arthritis formula. This has two dissolving layers, one is fast for quick relief, and the second is slower for long lasting relief.
Another way that arthritis patients see pain relief, is through heat. For some this does provide immediate relief.
Your options include soaking in a warm bath, wrapping the joint in a warm washcloth, using on the go heating patches, or a reusable heating pouch.
Many experience pain relief until the heat stops.
It’s best to use heat is a source of relief until you’re over the counter pain pills are able to kick in.
Many natural supplements also claim to add to the relief of arthritis pain and swelling.
These supplements are nice, as most are natural and safe. But, they do have their pros and cons.
The biggest downside, is time. Most are not designed for immediate relief.
Instead, continued use provides long lasting relief. The same is true for exercise.
It may be difficult to move your achy joints at first, but continued, low impact exercise can reduce pain stiffness and swelling over time.
In conclusion, instant relief is nice but you shouldn’t write off our arthritis treatment option, because it doesn’t provide you with immediate relief.
Remember that preventing or lessening the risk of pain discomfort and swelling, is just as important as treating it.