1. Holistic approaches to treating gout and other arthritis variants

    Gout vs. Other Arthritis Types: How To Differentiate And Treat

    Arthritis is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide, causing pain, inflammation and stiffness in the joints. Gout is one type of arthritis, but there are several other forms, each with its causes, symptoms and treatment approaches.

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  2. Essential guide to anti-inflammatory foods

    Anti-Inflammatory Foods: What You Need To Know

    Redness, swelling, and pain can be uncomfortable, but they’re usually signs that your body is working hard to heal itself. When you’re exposed to bacteria and viruses, your immune system starts working against the invaders. One of the most important immune responses to these invaders is inflammation. Inflammatory cells are released by your immune system in an effort to trap bacteria and other unwanted substances. Inflammation also aims to repair and heal damaged tissue. This can be a painful process, but it’s a vital one. Sometimes, however, your immune system triggers this response when there isn’t anything to fight against. This type of inflammation can cause significant pain and make it difficult to go about your daily life. The discomfort can be made even worse if it turns into a chronic condition.

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  3. Proven methods for easing pain from gout episodes

    4 Ways to Deal with a Painful Gout Attack

    Not just a condition that affected Henry VIII, gout is a painful and complex form of arthritis that can happen to anyone. It often comes on suddenly and leaves the sufferer with severe pain, swelling, and redness in one or multiple joints. The most common afflicted joint is in the big toe, but it can also appear in the ankles, wrist, elbows, and fingers.

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