Green tea helps with rheumatoid arthritis

In the recent years there is a lot of information about the benefits of green tea and more than a decade there are researches proving the positive effect to our health.

Green tea is made of Camellia sinensis leafs, a Chinese plant, which are thermally processed immediately after harvesting or steaming them in special hot containers. By applying these techniques the oxidation is removed and all the quality ingredients are gathered.

Having a cup of green tea is healthier than many other drinks and can improve and vitalize our immune system.
Analysis shows, that drinking green tea relieves pain of rheumatoid arthritis. Its ingredients stabilize the levels of cholesterol in our body, protects from heart diseases and increase immune protective force.

Green tea prevents arthritis

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Fibromyalgia And The Workplace: What’s The Story?

Fibromyalgia is not something to be taken lightly – as sufferers of this often debilitating and painful medical condition know all too well. And the real tragedy is, in some cases, the condition can be brought about through circumstances that were no fault of your own, like a car accident or an accident in the workplace (which is our focus here). But first thing’s first, let’s look at fibromyalgia itself and how it can affect people physically.

Put simply, fibromyalgia is a chronic condition which presents itself through muscle and skeletal pain (bones and joints) and fatigue across the entire body. Here’s a snapshot of just the most common complaints in people suffering from fibromyalgia:

Fibromyalgia graph

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Arthritis and Fibromyalgia – defeat them

Fibromyalgia symptoms

The environmental factors that influence on our health are atmospheric pressure, humidity, precipitation, temperature, wind, earthquakes, solar flares, geomagnetic storms.

The atmospheric conditions are not the cause of our illness. They cause in the body processes that worsen existing chronic diseases and that`s make us sensitive to the environmental conditions.

The most affected diseases by changes in the weather are osteoarthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, backache and in the limbs, headache, neuralgia and others. There is a connection between increasing arthritic pain and the environmental conditions. It`s considered that the lighter forms of arthritis are influenced more by the changes in the external factors.

Every man had to adapt to the changes in the environment in a various way. As a result of this the body responds to changes with variations in the tone of blood vessels, blood flow velocity, frequency of cardiac contractions and depth of breathing. Continue Reading…

Swollen limbs as a result of increased venous pressure

Swollen limbs and veins

Vein problems today affect a large part of people in the world.  About 45-50 percent of men and 50-55 percent of women of the world`s adult population has Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), involving the lower limbs.

Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) creates significant difficulties in doing everyday activities such as climbing stairs, performing housework, and the ability to stand for long periods of time.

To get a better understanding of Chronic Venous Insufficiency, it`s important to look at the overall role of the veins in our body. Continue Reading…