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Water Aid: The Pain-Relieving, Inflammation-Reducing Solution for Healthy Skin


Water Aid: The Pain-Relieving, Inflammation-Reducing Solution for Healthy Skin

Water Aid: The Pain-Relieving, Inflammation-Reducing Solution for Healthy Skin
Water Aid

If you suffer from chronic arthritis, you know that it can have an enormous impact on your daily life. You may also know that many pharmaceutical solutions, such as corticosteroids, come with significant side effects and carry risks of dependency, especially when taken long-term. So what can you do to relieve the pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healthy skin caused by arthritis? For immediate relief and long-term wellness, we recommend Water Aid products.

How water aid works

Water is a natural home remedy that has helped millions of people deal with their pain and inflammation. It can reduce chronic problems by up to 66%, and you won’t have to worry about taking potentially harmful medications or dealing with harsh side effects.

Why it works

Chronic arthritis can cause extreme pain and discomfort in one or more joints. Water Aid’s hydration therapy can reduce inflammation and promote healthy skin. To relieve the chronic pain caused by your own or another person's chronic arthritis, try using a few drops of warm water mixed with olive oil on the afflicted area. Alternatively, mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with water to create a paste that you can use as an external application on your skin to combat the painful effects of chronic arthritis. As always, consult your doctor before beginning any treatment regimen for chronic arthritis.

How to use it

Start by soaking a washcloth in warm water. Then apply to the affected areas and wrap it with an elastic bandage. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes before removing it and throwing away. Repeat twice daily as needed. (Remember, only apply to areas of skin that can be covered by clothing.) Note: Water Aid should not be used directly on broken skin due to the risk of infection or other complications. It is also not recommended for use on children under the age of 12. If you have any questions about how best to use your new product, please contact our customer service team! They are available from 9 AM - 5 PM EST Monday through Friday. We will happily answer any questions you may have about our products, return policy, payment methods, and more.

Steps on arthritic knees

Stiffness in arthritic knees can cause pain and discomfort when bending down to tie your shoes or even walk upstairs. Since arthritic knees get stiffer over time, but you still need to bend and move your knees every day, try these three exercises to combat stiffness. Do them a few times a day for 2 minutes each to improve mobility and relieve pain in your knees. 1) Stand with feet together. Lift one leg and bend the knee, pushing it out sideways until you feel the stretch in the front of the thigh of that leg. Hold for 20 seconds, then switch legs. Repeat 3 times on each side of the body. 2) Sit with legs extended straight out in front of you. Place hands behind head, elbows pointing out from shoulders so that palms are facing upwards and fingers point back towards neck/head area.

Arthritis in fingers and hands

Identify and treat pain from arthritis quickly and effectively. Arthritis is common in people over age 55. It can cause pain, swelling, and aching in your fingers or hands. Even though there is no cure for arthritis, you can treat symptoms to manage pain and inflammation. Here are some ways to reduce the severity of arthritis pain: Place an ice pack on the affected area for 20 minutes every hour. and Use warm compresses on the sore joint every two hours. Take an anti-inflammatory medication such as ibuprofen or naproxen sodium twice daily if advised by your doctor. Apply topical creams containing menthol and capsaicin that help reduce inflammation, such as Biofreeze.

Arthritis in feet and ankles

Foot and ankle arthritis is one of many types of arthritis that can strike any part of your body. However, most foot and ankle problems are directly related to age. As we age, so do our feet. With wear and tear from our daily activities like walking or running or jumping; with changes to our joints brought on by sports or injuries in younger years; even small problems like hammertoes can add up over time until you have pain that comes along with every step you take. WaterAid has a number of products designed to alleviate the pain associated with arthritis and promote healthy skin. 

The Arthritis CureTM eases discomfort by soothing sore joints as it increases circulation. Packed with natural ingredients such as avocado oil, almond oil, macadamia nut oil, eucalyptus leaf extract, lemon peel extract, bergamot peel extract, and lavender oil this product does more than just smell good!

Rheumatoid arthritis treatment

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease that causes inflammation of your joints. Many people are also affected by psoriatic arthritis (PsA), a condition in which both rheumatoid and psoriasis affect your skin and joints. These conditions cause pain and stiffness. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available to help you feel better. There is no cure for RA or PsA, but medications can reduce the pain and stiffness caused by these diseases. Speak with your doctor about what's best for you!

Prevention of rheumatoid arthritis

Water may have a preventative effect on rheumatoid arthritis. In one study, women who drank 1.5 liters of water per day were less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis than those who did not drink any water. Water is thought to improve your body’s ability to eliminate uric acid and nitrogenous waste (such as urea). These substances can cause your body pain and irritation. They also lead to inflammation. Arthritis sufferers are encouraged to drink at least two liters of fluid daily, which includes water, juice, or tea. Be sure that you stay hydrated because drinking plenty of fluids will help flush out these toxins and lessen the risk of arthritic flare-ups. 

A glass or two with meals will help keep your joints lubricated while reducing the amount of joint stress you put on them from overworking them when trying to eat.


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