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5 Things You Didn't Know About Joint Pain and Weather January 19 2017

Joint pain and weather

 

When grandma said she could feel a storm brewing in her joints, she likely could.

The weight of the air pressing against the surface of the earth can trigger joint pain or headaches in some people. Barometric pressure, as well as changes in humidity and temperature, can affect your joints. Make sure when the weather changes that you recognize this and do some stretches, use joint supplements and gels, and if needed, apply a heating pad to alleviate discomfort. 

Moving to a milder climate may not help your joint pain

According to WebMD.com, studies show that those who live in milder climates actually report great sensitivity to changes in the weather. 

"We know that if you ask people to rate their pain in Minnesota or Arizona or California or even Florida, there's no one area of the country where you'd say, ‘There's less pain there.'"

Doctors theorize that when people vacation they are not doing their normal every day activities, and their pain lessens. When they resume normal activity, even in a warmer climate, the pain comes back. 

Drinking water can help with your joint pain

Most people think that cold affects joint pain, and it does. However, in the warmer seasons it is easy to become dehydrated, and even mild dehydration can affect joint pain according to a medical study done in 2015. No matter the season, it's a good idea to increase your water intake when you're experience increased joint pain. It may lessen the pain for you. 

High heat and humidity can be as painful as cold weather.

“High heat and humidity also can exacerbate the levels of ozone in the environment, possibly causing additional distress and pain in those who have asthma, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and chronic fatigue syndrome,” said Moshe Lewis, MD, a pain management specialist in private practice in Redwood City, Calif. (source)

In addition to drinking water, you can stay indoors and do water fitness exercises to keep your cool. Exercise will relieve your pain, but the low impact of water exercise can relieve joint pressure while keeping your body at a lower temperature. 

Glucosamine benefits everyone with arthritis when the weather changes.

Glucosamine has been shown to benefit people with osteoarthritis, possibly by stimulating the regrowth of worn-out cartilage. Just glucosamine alone is not enough.  That's why we at Synodrin® have developed products that combine the effects of other natural ingredients to help you fight pain. Yes, taking a supplement can help increase joint comfort; taking a high quality supplement that's right for your body and your condition is the key to effective relief. 

Our tips for you: stay warm when it is cold; stay cool when it is warm. Drink water. Get some support from your doctor to come up with a weather-change pain management plan. Research and learn more about the options available to support your joint health. Don't assume that what works for others will work for you. We recommend choosing a comprehensive, high quality joint health supplement. You don't need to move to Florida to feel better. We hope this article has helped you. If you have questions about joint health supplements, just ask us on Facebook. Someone with an obsessive level of caring about customer support will get back to you. 


Funding Increases for RA, But We Already Offer pain Relief for Arthritis October 27 2014

The National Institute for Health has recently given 11 grants out to researchers working on finding solutions for those with rheumatoid arthritis. That’s great news! More funding was needed to study this all-too-common autoimmune disease that causes the body to attack its own joints. Right now the main treatments for RA involve pain management and reducing inflammation, something Synodrin is already doing for our customers right now, offering an option for pain relief for arthritis.

Synodrin has created a supplement and lotion that work hand in hand to combat joint deterioration. The supplements send much needed nutrients to your joints, enabling your body to repair damage that’s been done through the natural aging process as well as accidents and injuries. Our lotion has many of the same ingredients, but offers a targeted treatment that soaks into the joints and quickly gets to work reducing inflammation. Using the two products in conjunction yields even better results.

What this means for people living with arthritis pain is that there is something on the market that can help you now. Instead of waiting for that NIH funding to result in a solution for your RA, you can place an order on our website and get the help you need to start feeling better today. We’ll ship your order to you for free when you spend $49 or more. We’re excited for you to start using Synodrin and experiencing the difference it can make in your arthritis pain management! Place your order on our website today.


Exercise and Synodrin is a Winning Combination for Pain Relief for Arthritis October 20 2014

We’ve discussed before on our blog how our joint support supplements can alleviate pain and get you back to living an active lifestyle. A more active lifestyle can, in turn, help alleviate joint pain even more. Using Synodrin and exercise together can be the formula for great pain relief for arthritis. But how do these two things work to eliminate pain in your joints?

  • You don’t have to be a bodybuilder or a marathon runner to experience the benefits of exercise for joint pain relief. Even moderate exercise can help alleviate joint pain. When you exercise, you are strengthening the muscles in your body that surround your joints. When those muscles are stronger, they can help support the joints, taking some of the strain off of the joint itself and protecting the joint at the same time. Plus, more exercise will help reduce the amount of stiffness and pain you experience in the mornings (common for joint pain sufferers).
  • Synodrin increases the benefit of exercise for pain relief for arthritis through its natural ingredients. Each ingredient in the supplement and lotion has been carefully chosen for its healing properties and ability to increase the body’s natural lubrication of the joints. Some of the ingredients are natural pain relievers, too, by decreasing the inflammation in your joints that are responsible for much of the stiffness and pain that you experience. Our supplements and lotions work together to target your joints and give you back the ability to enjoy an active lifestyle.
Place your order for Synodrin products today and see the difference they can make in your ability to be active, and how they work to help alleviate your pain. We’ll ship to you for free when you spend $49 or more, or you can join our Auto Ship Discount Club for even more savings. Check it out today!

Pain Relief for Arthritis: Are You Putting Yourself at Higher Risk for Rheumatoid Arthritis? October 09 2014

While the causes of rheumatoid arthritis aren’t entirely known, most researchers are in agreement that at least half of the cause is genetic. That means if you have a relative with RA, you are at a higher risk for developing it yourself. However, researchers are finding that certain lifestyle choices could increase your risk for RA and send you looking for pain relief for arthritis.

A recent study from Sweden found that combining two lifestyle factors can greatly increase the risk of RA. Those two factors were smoking and a high sodium intake. Smoking alone increased the risk, but combining smoking with high sodium were twice as likely to develop RA than those with a low-sodium diet.

If you are at risk for developing RA, take steps to prevent this autoimmune disease from taking over your life. Stop smoking, Cut out the salt. And start taking Synodrin supplements, packed with ingredients that are especially chosen for pain relief for arthritis. Taking our supplements can help naturally increase the synovial fluids in your joints, which help you move without stiffness or pain.

Our supplements are available right now on our website, and you can place an order today. We’ll ship it to you for free when you spend $49 or more, and you can save even more by signing up for monthly automatic shipments. That way you’ll never have to worry about running out of our joint pain relief supplements! Be proactive about your joint health and start a Synodrin regimen today.


Pain Relief for Arthritis: When Is Pain More than Just Pain? October 03 2014

It is easy to shrug off some aches and pains. However, aches and pains are your body’s way of telling you that something isn’t right. While most of the time these aches go away within a day or two, lasting pain symptoms could be a sign of more serious medical conditions such as the onset of arthritis. If you’ve been dealing with pain, how do you know when it is something that will go away in a few days, and when it is time to start looking for pain relief for arthritis?

Symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, swelling, and limitations in movement and activities due to aches in the hands, wrists, knees, or other joints in your body. If you are experiencing issues like these, it is worth a trip to your doctor to be checked out. Your doctor will be able to confirm whether or not you are suffering from arthritis, and let you know what kind you are dealing with. Then you can start taking Synodrin, a supplement that can help with pain relief for arthritis.

Synodrin is packed with ingredients like cetyl myristoleate, glucosamine, turmeric, boswellia, and more. Each of these ingredients is chosen for their ability to help support healthy joints, even alleviating pain by reducing inflammation in the joints. These high quality ingredients can help you wake up and more through your day without joint pain, regaining your flexibility and range of motion. Try these supplements for yourself and see if they could be the pain relief for arthritis you are searching for.