Damp weather and cold air often result in joint and bone flare-ups, particularly in those people who are over 60 years old or already suffer from a bone disease. Experts claim that this health problem is triggered by several factors.
Namely, the muscles may go into a spasm in cold temperature. Moreover, blood vessels may constrict and circulation to skin surface may go down to conserve heat in extreme cold.
You can experience pain since some chemicals are released when you get hurt.
You should try to increase your blood supply in order to relieve the pain. According to a professor in the department of orthopedics at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Dr. Rajesh Malhotra, blood supply is greatly restricted in winter months. As a result of this, you experience more pain in cold weather.
Furthermore, knees are actually the largest joints in the human body that provide stability, support, and flexibility to the legs, so that a person can stand, run, walk, crouch, jump, and turn around easily. In addition, they support most of the body weight during standing and play an important role in a variety of movements.
Even though many elderly people experience knee problems because their knees weaken with age, people at any age can also experience some types of knee problems.
In short, as knees are crucial to your body’s vitality, they are most susceptible to damage over the years. Unfortunately, they can lose their flexibility that can dramatically decrease your ability to perform even the simplest tasks.
Therefore, you should keep these joints strong and healthy.
First of all, make sure you do not leave this type of pain untreated since as aging progresses, it can become even worse.
Here Is a Homemade Remedy for Instant Joint, Bone and Knee Pain Relief
- 1 tsp. of organic ginger root powder
- Half a cup of extra virgin olive oil
- 1 cup of raw, organic and unfiltered apple cider vinegar
- 2 tbsp. of organic cayenne pepper powder
The first thing you should do is add the cayenne pepper and the grated ginger to the ACV and the warm olive oil. Next, stir it well until you create a smooth paste.
It is recommended to apply the paste on the affected area twice a day and allow it to act for at least 20 minutes.
In fact, cayenne pepper is packed with capsaicin, i.e., a potent compound that has an ability to lower pain. Also, it has powerful natural analgesic properties, which can warm the area and alleviate the pain and discomfort.
Apply it regularly to get rid of the pain, as well as strengthen your tendons and ligaments.