How to control autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory arthritis
Autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis can be controlled through medication and lifestyle changes. Medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs), and biological response modifiers (biologics) can help reduce inflammation and slow down joint damage. Maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking is also important. Working with a healthcare professional to develop a personalized treatment plan is crucial for managing this condition.
Autoimmune inflammation disease
To mitigate all the problems, the only solution for the patient has to reduce inflammation. Inflammation is of 2 types. First is micro-inflammation, which results in swelling in your joints. Other Macro Inflammations you can’t see with the naked eye, but it has a big role in degenerating the cartilage of the joints.
Environmental causes of rheumatoid arthritis
Now we will discuss various kinds of pollutants which affect our immune system for a lifetime. The first factor is an environmental infection, the second is the pesticides and toxins in our food, and the third is stress.
In our 100 days autoimmune dietary protocol, we have taken care of these factors and seen that our patients can reverse or nearly cure their autoimmune disease.
When environmental toxins attack our body, there are more unhealthy bacteria in our gut than healthy bacteria. In such cases, the patient might face problems like a leaky gut, which will increase inflammation in the body. Still, if we reduce the unhealthy bacteria in our gut through diet, we can reduce overall inflammation in the body, reducing overall pain in our joints. Besides, toxins might enter our bodies through our food and gut. These toxins get absorbed in our immune system, which triggers antibodies and causes inflammation which in turn causes more pain in our joints.
Dealing with Autoimmune Rheumatoid arthritis
To deal with all these problems, the first defence is our diet. Let’s fix our diet and reduce inflammation, which we teach in our autoimmune disease dietary protocol courses for 100 days. We can reduce the negative effects of rheumatoid and inflammatory arthritis. The third factor is stress; to manage this, one can take the support of exercise, meditation and yoga.
Rheumatoid arthritis medication
So if we conclude that the first protocol is the dietary protocol, then exercise, meditation and yoga and last but not least few supplements like Foor steps and Jointfresh, which is a patented product of CDRI Lucknow which stops the damage of cartilage in autoimmune arthritis which also prevents knee or hip replacement surgery.
Apart from these, we also need some parameters to measure the progress in which we can do blood tests like ESR and CRP, which we must keep doing every 3-6 months. By doing these tests, we learn how much inflammation is there in our body so that we can take proper steps towards autoimmune disease reversal.
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