POLYMYALGIA arthritis and micro acupuncture!


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A form of arthritis that cause pain in muscles more particularly of lower back, thighs, hips, neck, shoulder and upper arms, as well as in other parts of the body. It happens when the membrane that surrounds joints, bursa and tendons near shoulders and hips (called synovial) becomes inflamed. Although the disease is centered on joints especially shoulders and hips, normally discomfort is felt in upper arms and thighs. This type of pain is called referred pain because it arises in one area but causes symptoms in another. Left polyuntreated, it can lead to stiffness and significant disability. In some cases, though, symptoms do not get worse and may even lessen in a few years. In a minority of cases, polymyalgia rheumatic is associated with giant cell arteritis, a condition in which blood vessels in the neck and head, and sometimes elsewhere, are inflamed. Common symptoms of giant cell arteritis include visual complaints, jaw pain with chewing and headache. If left untreated, giant cell arteritis can lead to blindness or other complications.
Symptoms of polymyalgia rheumatic can include:

  • Aches or pain
  • An overall feeling of illness
  • Anemia
  • Depression
  • Difficulty walking
  • Fatigue and lack of appetite
  • Joint swelling, for example, in wrists
  • Limited range of motion in affected areas
  • Low-grade mild fever
  • People with temporal arteritis also have polymyalgia rheumatic
  • Stiffness in affected areas
  • Sudden pain and stiffness in shoulders, upper arms, neck, lower back, hips and thighs that tends to be worse in morning or after sleep
  • Weight loss unintended
  • Women are twice as likely to get PMR as men.

Diagnosis:
Certain symptoms, such as headache, jaw pain when you chew or high fever, may suggest the presence of giant cell arteritis. A blood test to measure inflammation throughout the body, called the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), often shows higher results in people with polymyalgia rheumatic. This test may be helpful both to diagnose the condition and to check whether treatment is working.
Though physical therapy may help to control discomfort and maintain the ability to move and function. If symptoms such as fever, visual problems or headache as these symptoms suggest that person could have giant cell arteritis then an evaluation is needed.
Prognosis:
Although treatment may be required for years, the outlook for people with polymyalgia rheumatic is excellent. If you have giant cell arteritis, you may lose vision in one eye or, more rarely, in both eyes, especially if treatment is delayed. The stiffness with pain may be from the activity of inflammatory cells and proteins that are normally a part of body’s disease fighting immune system and the inflammatory activity seems to be concentrated in tissues surrounding the affected joints. Normally, white blood cells in the body attack the lining of the joints, causing inflammation. Persons having the human leucocyte antigen DR4 are more prone to risk.
Normally, patients are encouraged to exercise and healthy diet. As exercise strengthen the weak muscles, and help prevent weight gain. It further maintains healthy joints, relieve stiffness, reduce pain, fatigue, and improve muscle along with bones strengthening. And a healthy diet helps to keep a strong immune system, and help build strong muscles and bones.
One should also: Avoid holding one position for too long. Avoid positions or movements that place extra stress on affected joints. Reduce stress, which can irritate symptoms. Try meditation!

On the other hands to aide in syndromes one may put color with permanent marker as shown because color TriOrigin pays attention to the organic interrelationship between the affected parts and the meridian, which further looks at invisible fundamental life energies running all over the body along meridians, the situation so called TriOrigin ki. In deeper sense, it has further been compacted controlling system in miniature form of hands.

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Frozen Shoulder


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Spiral rotation and unlock Frozen Shoulder


Shoulder when in a condition frozen also known as adhesive capsulitis, a condition of stiffness and pain in shoulder joint resulting restricted movements on upward, backward or in rotational condition.
In one of the a] freezing stage; any movement of shoulder causes pain with limited range of motion b] in frozen stage; pain may begin to diminish but it becomes more stiff and rotational movements more difficult c] or in thawing stage restricted movements starts begins to improvefrozen-shoulder
Condition of frozen shoulder occurs when the capsule of connective tissue encased of bones, ligaments and tendons becomes more thickens and tightens around the joint.
Those who have certain ailments appear more likely to develop frozen shoulder. Diseases that might increase risk includes:
Cardiovascular disease
Thyroid hyper or hypo
Diabetes
Tuberculosis
Cholelithiasis
Parkinson’s disease
Diaphragm
A novel concept of ENERGY through joint rotation is highly effective, non-invasive, simple and at the same time Total Effectiveness way of treatment irrespective of gravity of disease. In color TriOrigin, a technique using fine micro needles at precise energy gates on joints to encourage natural healing and improve functioning located in the miniature form of hands or feet.
What you need is permanent marker paper, black pepper seed, non-surgical paper tape, and SuJok/TriOrigin ring; and apply first black color dot, thereafter put black pepper seed and wrap it with paper tape. And in index finger metacarpophalangeal joint rotate with the ring or in most of the cases outward movements, if ring not available just tie rubber band for 10-15 minutes or easily one can bear rubber band hardness.
There is no doubt in most of the cases one can get the positive results in 4-5 sessions.

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↗︎ ARTHRITIS


 


Arthritis, normally an inflammation of one or more joints resulting pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited or restricted movement that involves breakdown of cartilage; that protects the joints, allowing for smooth movement. It also absorbs shock when pressure is placed on it, like when we walk. Without cartilage, bones rub together, causing pain, swelling (inflammation), and stiffness.
Joint inflammation may be of several reasons, including:arthritis
An autoimmune disease, body attacks itself, broken bone, and normal “wear and tear” on joints, infections, usually caused by bacteria or viruses. Often, the inflammation goes away after the injury, disease is treated, or the infection has been cleared.
With inflammation that does not go away results destruction in long-term means excessive pain and deformity, means chronic arthritis! Osteoarthritis is the most common, can feel it in any of joints, but most commonly in hips, knees or fingers.
Risk factors for osteoarthritis include: Being overweight. Previously injuring the affected joint. Using affected joint in a repetitive action that puts more stress on joints.
Arthritis, affected person may experience: joint pain, joint swelling, reduced ability to move joints, redness of the skin around a joint, stiffness, especially in the morning, warmth around a joint. Joint may be tender when it is gently pressed, and may be warm and red (especially in infectious arthritis and autoimmune arthritis). It may be painful or difficult to rotate the joints in some directions.
In some autoimmune forms of arthritis, the joints may become deformed if the disease is not treated. Such joint deformities are the hallmarks of severe, untreated rheumatoid arthritis.
Exercise for arthritis is necessary to support healthy joints, relieve stiffness, reduce pain and fatigue, and improve muscle and bone strength.
One should also: Avoid holding one place for too long. Avoid positions or movements that place extra stress on affected joints. Reduce stress, which can aggravate symptoms. Try meditation!
 
The first aim of a healthy diet is to help one lose weight if already overweight. Being overweight can cause added stress to the joints. Choose the Right Carbs: If you follow diets that are low-carb or high in protein or fat, you may get too many purines. Processed carbohydrates like white bread and white-flour pasta have very few purines — but they can lead to weight gain. Instead, focus on healthy carbs with high fiber such as oats, sweet potatoes, beans, and vegetables.
Another way is a balanced, varied diet can help ease the pain of arthritis by providing vitamins and minerals that keep joints healthy and avoiding “damp” foods such as dairy products and greasy or spicy foods. Besides to control weight, and at the same time to increase the water intake particularly saline, but not less that 3 liters a day, unless restricted by the physician.
TriOrigin symptomatic energy concepts – it’s a Wind disease, simultaneously dryness in circulatory system. Disorders such as inflammatory conditions of muscle, joint pain, chronic fatigue’s [when an overworked liver gets bombarded with artificial chemicals from foods, environmental pollutants, toxins from drugs, medications, to overcome the symptoms [cleans your liver]. TriOrigin itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening the immune system, controls pain and increases the ability to function and quality of lives. High effect is clear; when applied properly, a clear effect is often felt within a few sessions, on pricking 1mm small micro tiny needles on hand to adjust the energy system of body or with small magnets similar to pulse size! Of course at the same to mark colors too.

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