rheumatoid arthritis

What to do about rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a painful condition that can become debilitating, this disease also classed as an auto immune disease is becoming increasingly present and is now effecting young people as well as the elderly.  Its becoming so prevalent that people often refer to it by saying, “I have RA” which has become a well-known saying.

Those that have rheumatoid arthritis have been diagnosed with having rheumatoid factor which is found in the blood of those affected.  Once diagnosed with “RA” people are often left to believe that they require a lifetime of drugs to help slow the progress of the disease and put up with the pain, but there are a number of things that you can do to improve your condition and in many cases restore good health even if you have rheumatoid arthritis.

Rheumatoid Arthritis Triggers

There are a number of ways you can end up with rheumatoid arthritis so it makes sense to look closely at what’s behind your RA and take actions to find out if you can turn off the switch.  Discovering just one or all of any of the below triggers can mean the difference between getting well and halting RA in its tracks allowing the body to heal.

  1. The first thing you should do is get a hair mineral analysis – Mineral imbalances in the body are a big trigger for RA, many of the minerals that your body needs that are responsible for preventing arthritis, building bone and assisting the immune system can become out of balance, this leaves you suffering from RA as your body lacks the resources to deal with the underlying problem.  Often with rheumatoid arthritis, hair mineral analysis can show copper imbalances that are well-known to cause rheumatoid arthritis.  There are also many links between RA and heavy metal toxicity which is also tested for in the hair mineral analysis test.
  2. The next thing you should do, now that you know how to balance your minerals is consider a parasite program designed to target the tiny roundworms that have most likely invaded your joints, when you have rheumatoid arthritis tiny worms live in the areas where you experience pain.  These worms are causing an infection which is why inflammation is involved.  Assuming your minerals are balanced and you do the parasite cleanse this can break the parasite cycle, switch off the inflammation and the immune system can enter the joints and clean up the mess and repair the damage.
  3. Vitamin D, we have all heard of it, we know it comes from being out in the sun, we know you can supplement it but did you know you could be grossly deficient beyond what you can supplement?  Vitamin D deficiencies can contribute to RA, this is because it plays a major role in several areas of the body that help defend the body from rheumatoid arthritis and if you have an imbalance often supplements alone won’t be enough to solve RA.  The best way to know if your vitamin D levels are correct is by taking the vitamin D test, this can determine if you need more and how much more, often the amount has to be determined by a health professional because high levels of vitamin D supplementation can be toxic.
  4. Food intolerance and sensitivity is a big trigger for RA, so testing for your personal food intolerance’s and sensitivities can make a big difference, this is because when you have rheumatoid arthritis your immune system is fired up which is why many doctors use immune suppressant drugs to deal with the problem.  When you have food sensitives and intolerance’s your immune system over reacts to certain foods that disagree with your bodies chemistry, this reaction can dramatically increase the symptoms of RA.  By discovering your good and bad foods with a food sensitivity test you can literally fire down your immune response without drugs and often this can stop the auto immune response to help reverse the disease.
  5. If you have RA don’t assume you need fish oils.  Many people who have RA are told to take fish oil capsules, this has proven to, in some cases, to help with the pain but often those with RA could be missing the big picture, the point being, unless you know by testing for essential fatty acid imbalances that you need fish oil don’t take them.  People who take fish oil capsules do so for pain relief which is nothing more than covering up the underlying problem that goes on less noticed causing serious damage especially over the long-term.  So ask yourself, do I really need to take that fish oil and could it be doing me more harm than good.

Rheumatoid arthritis is a very serious problem but it doesn’t have to be if you take steps to resolve underlying health problems that have resulted in your immune system overreacting.  Take the five steps above and find out what’s really contributing to your rheumatoid arthritis.

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