Take Control of Osteoarthritis

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Take Control of Your Osteoarthritis …

 …and enjoy the pain-free, independent, full life you deserve.

Arthritis Sufferer: Remember when you could move freely, do anything you want, and enjoyed independence along with pain-free joints?

I am sure you do.

When you have arthritis, those times can seem like a distant memory. And unfortunately these days, arthritis is all too common. Osteoarthritis, or OA, the most common form of arthritis …

  • … strikes 27 million Americans over the age of 25.
  • … is a problem for 1 in 3 adults 65 or older.
  • … keeps 14 million people from being able to bend over or kneel without experiencing excruciating pain.
  • … limits 11 million adults from walking because their arthritis pain is too great.
  • … makes simply standing too painful an experience for another 14 million.
  • … is the 4th most common cause of hospitalization in the United States.
  • … strikes 1 in every 2 people that live to be 85.
  • … affects 50,000 babies and children.

And unfortunately, those numbers reflect only those osteoarthritis sufferers in the United States who have been treated! More than 9 million UK residents talked with their doctor or caregiver about arthritis symptoms. Consider those who struggle quietly with arthritis and don’t report it because they are either embarrassed, or can’t afford treatment. Add those numbers to arthritis victims around the world, and it is easy to see how this vitality-stealing, painful affliction impacts more than …

100 million global sufferers.

Aside from physical pain and a lack of mobility and independence, arthritis also packs a huge financial punch.

Did you know that the average direct and indirect cost of osteoarthritis per person is $5,700 per year? That statistic comes from an arthritis study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. That study also showed that arthritis sufferers who have a knee or hip replaced contribute to a $46.2 billion US medical bill each year.

Add the fact that job-related OA costs are more than $13 billion per year, just in the United States, and you see what a financial toll this debilitating, chronic condition has on individuals and entire countries.

That important arthritis research, and other studies and reports, speak of the physical limitations osteoarthritis causes as well. More than 30{b341bbb8d4a53bd01bdbbd3c323c5fe232f9b43d10e43d42db2314956da91bca} of arthritis sufferers report being limited at work because of their disability. Over 42{b341bbb8d4a53bd01bdbbd3c323c5fe232f9b43d10e43d42db2314956da91bca} speak of daily limitations performing normal actions and activities.

If you are an osteoarthritis sufferer, none of those statistics really mean anything. You want to know one thing and one thing only …

“How can I regain my independence and mobility, and stop the life-robbing and limiting pain that I experience every day?”

That’s a fair question.

After all, statistics are just numbers. You are a real person with real issues surrounding her arthritis. You can’t do the things you did only a few years ago. Simply opening a jar, unpacking your groceries or playing with your grandchildren can be incredibly painful.

It is your right as a human being to expect that you can

get out of bed each morning and enjoy a full, pain-free, wonderful day of whatever activities you desire.

That is why we have compiled a special report that once and for all gives you the tools to finally defeat arthritis pain.

When you download the special course, you will …

“Take Control Of Your Osteoarthritis”

In this special 42 page, 16 chapter digital download report that shows you how to “Take Control Of Your Osteoarthritis” you will discover:

  • This form of arthritis can strike at any time – during childhood, your teens, and from your 20s through your 80s. (Introduction)
  • The specific herbs and spices that fight arthritis pain quickly and naturally. (Chapter 11)
  • That inflammation is the enemy you need to attack, and how you can do that with specific healthy fats. (Chapter 7)
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about over-the-counter and prescribed arthritis medicines … the good and the bad. (Chapters 13 and 14)
  • Exactly how much aerobic exercise is needed by adults for optimal health (HINT: It’s not as much as you think.) (Chapter 4)
  • What complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies you may want to try for OA treatment. (Some have been used for thousands of years to relieve arthritis pain.) (Chapter 10)
  • How to improve your joint mobility, flexibility and stability … at any age, and any level of physical fitness. (Chapter 8)
  • How important food is in improving, or worsening, your OA symptoms. (Chapter 6)
  • Why weight maintenance may be the most important factor to control to lessen your OA symptoms and pain. (Chapter 5)
  • You lose 1 pound of muscle mass every year after you turn 40. Less muscle mass means it is harder to fight the pain and lack of mobility that arthritis causes. (Chapter 3)
  • Why your mindset is as important as any arthritis pain treatment. (Chapter 15)
  • Why you should pay attention to what Mediterranean people eat if you want to wipe out arthritis pain and inflammation. (Chapter 6)
  • That exercise is the best way to treat the pain and inflammation that arthritis causes … even better than medicine. (Chapter 1)
  • Foods to avoid to reduce OA pain. (There are some surprises here!) (Chapter 7)
  • How to calculate your BMI, and get it under control. (Chapter 5)
  • What assistive devices and therapies to discuss with your Doctor. (Chapter 9)
  • How just 1 hour of this form of exercise each week can dramatically reduce your pain and inflammation. (Chapter 4)
  • That staying inactive plays right into osteoarthris’ hands, making your pain worse. (Chapter 1)
  • When you should consider surgery. (Chapter 16)
  • The best workouts for OA sufferers. (Chapter 4)
  • Strength building exercises and activities improve flexibility, and reduce swelling, inflammation and pain. (Chapter 1)
  • Why arthritis hates it when you adopt a regular walking program. (Chapter 4)

Stop REMEMBERING the “good old days” and start LIVING them!

Independence, mobility, flexibility and a pain-free experience can be yours when you download your special report and “Take Control Of Your Osteoarthritis”, instead of letting your arthritis control you.

CLICK HERE and you are just minutes away from conquering your osteoarthritis pain for good.

Wishing you a pain-free, independent, and happy life.

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