Turmeric: The most beneficial treatment for arthritis

Recent researches show that curcumin, which is the active ingredient in the culinary arts possesses potential anti-inflammatory as well as anti-arthritic properties. Many pieces of research found that a highly bio available form of curcumin is very effective in helping the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis compared to the NSAIDs.

How does arthritis affect Americans?
At least 2 million individuals in America suffer from classical or definite arthritis which is steadily increasing in the recent years. Most people affected by arthritis suffer from rheumatoid arthritis; they also tend to have a progressive disability. Certain disability occurs in about 50 to 70 percent of individuals within five years of being affected by the disease, and at least half of them are compelled to stop working within ten years of the onset of the disease.

How can turmeric help in alleviating the symptoms of arthritis?
A clinical trial assessing the safety and effectiveness of the turmeric extract in patients suffering from osteoarthritis shows that it helps in reducing the pain and inflammation of arthritis. Using turmeric for arthritis also reduces the need to consume prescribed drugs for alleviating the symptoms of arthritis.

Turmeric contains anti-oxidants: The curcuminoids are a class of compounds present in turmeric with strong antioxidant effect. The concentration of the curcuminoids is known to boost the anti-arthritic properties in turmeric. The turmeric extract contains about 94 percent of curcuminoids which helps in reducing the pain and inflammation in arthritis.

Turmeric for arthritis is highly effective: The oxidative stress along with the imbalance of the antioxidant and pro-oxidant agents in the body causes a degradation of the tissues in joints in arthritis. This is one of the major reasons why turmeric is used for alleviating the effects of arthritis.

Turmeric is high in bone protective characteristics: Inflammation in Arthritis paves the way for degradation in the cartilage along with the joint tissue. The curcumin protects the chondrocytes which are a class of cells in the bone from inflammation. Recent research shows that the effectiveness of curcumin is same as betamethasone when it comes to shielding the bones and joints from erosion in arthritis and thickening of the synovial fluid which aids in the lubrication of the joints. Curcumin helps in the prevention of loss of articular cartilage which is a soft tissue helping in the flexibility of joints.

Turmeric is effective in autoimmune conditions: Some forms of arthritis take place as a result of undesired reactions from the immune system. These autoimmune conditions attack the body tissues in the same manner it should attack the infective cells or organisms. This is what occurs with rheumatoid arthritis where an anti-modulatory effect regulates the immune system. It also helps in prevention of the activation of immune cells.

Turmeric helps in the destruction of various pharmacological actions which have therapeutic potential in the autoimmune conditions. If you have arthritis for a long time, you should consult your doctor to know what can turmeric for arthritis do to help your condition.

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