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Over 46 million Americans\u2014about one in every five adults\u2014have
arthritis. As the population ages, these numbers are projected to
Arthritis is more common among older adults, but it also affects
children and young adults. In fact, nearly two thirds of people with
arthritis are younger than 65.
Self-management education programs that have been shown to
reduce pain and disability are not geographically available to many
people with arthritis who could benefit from them.
Early diagnosis and appropriate management of arthritis can help people with arthritis function better, stay productive, and have lower health care costs.
One study estimated that implementing the Arthritis Self-Help
Course among just 10,000 people with arthritis can result in a net
savings of more than $2.5 million over 4 years.
Achieving a healthy weight lowers a person\u2019s risk for developing
osteoarthritis in the knees, slows progression in people who already
have the disease, and delays costly knee replacement surgery.
The Arthritis Self-Help Course, developed at Stanford University,
is a 6-week course that teaches people how to manage their arthritis
and lessen its effects. In one study, arthritis pain declined by 20% and
costly physician visits were reduced by 40% among people who
completed the course. However, courses are not offered in all areas of
the United States. Making the Arthritis Self-Help Course and programs
such as the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, which
addresses arthritis along with other chronic diseases, a routine part of
health care for people with arthritis should help reduce arthritis-related
pain and health care costs.
Tart cherry juice concentrate is becoming a natural arthritis cure
for many. According to published research from Michigan State
University, the Michigan grown, Montmorency tart cherry offers the
same anti-inflammatory benefits of the over the counter (OTC)
products. According to research, the Montmorency tart cherry offers
anti-inflammatory compounds that could be 10 times for powerful than
aspirin. For many arthritis sufferers, the tart cherry is a natural arthritis
cure and is rapidly becoming the first choice for pain suffers. You can
get tart cherry juice concentrate from Traverse Bay Farms.
http://www.traversebayfarms.com It takes 60 \u2013 80 Montmorency tart
cherries to make just one ounce of the Traverse Bay Farms tart cherry
juice concentrate. It is a supercharged way to get the natural arthritis
remedy of tart cherries.
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