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How I significantly reduced my joint pain

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You may or may not be aware of this, but about two years ago, I had to get a full hip replacement. At the time I was just 33 years old, and being so young you might think it was due to overuse or injury. 

Unfortunately there was nothing I could do to avoid my hip replacement, as it ended up being 100% genetic. I had arthritis so bad in my hip, according to my surgeon "you might be 33 years old, but to me your hip looks 73 years old."

If any of you have dealt with arthritis, you know how painful it can be. When you have arthritis there actually are a few things you can do to help decrease the pain you're going through. 

1. Drink tons of water

While being hydrated does not have a direct effect on arthritic pain, being dehydrated can make the pain significantly worse. Make your situation the best possible by staying hydrated. 

2. Move

I found that not exercising actually made things much worse. The key was finding the correct movements that (a) didn't irritate the painful areas, and (b) helped build the structures around my painful area. 

3. Supplement

Omega 3 fatty acids, glucosamine and turmeric are a few supplements shown to help with joint pain and arthritis. 

When I was consistent with my omega 3 supplement, I felt a significant difference both before and after my hip replacement. 


If you're dealing with joint pain, remember it doesn't always have to be that way. There are plenty of things you can do to help reduce and even remove the pain you're experiencing. 


I hope this helps!

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