Do you suffer from tendonitis ? There are some professions or hobbies (such as sports or dancing) that can force too much of our body’s tendons and cause inflammation of the body thus causing you to suffer from this condition known as tendonitis. In addition to treating it in a medical and traditional way, you should know that it can also be alleviated with some natural remedies that you can easily find in your home. In this article we are going to discover the natural anti-inflammatories for tendinitis that are more effective and that will get a great relief of the pains.

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Causes of tendonitis

There are some risk factors that can cause inflammation of the tendons, i.e tendinitis. From specific jobs to bad gestures, here are some of the main causes of tendinitis:

  • Too much force on muscles or tendons: especially in sports professionals, dancers or people who work with computers (by constantly clicking on the mouse).
  • The stress can also cause tendons become inflamed because stiffens muscles and limbs and can cause fluid does not flow well and this stay accumulated.
  • A trauma is also of tendinitis appear.

The areas of the body that usually experience more usually this inflammation are the wrists, the knees, the shoulders or the heels.

Cold and heat

Cold and heat

One of the natural anti – inflammatory for tendonitis most effective and simple to apply is ice. Combining a cold temperature with a hot one gets to lower the inflammation due to the thermal contrast. That’s why a good way to treat tendinitis is to use ice and a wet cloth with warm water; You will have to first apply the ice wrapped in a cloth for 15 minutes and then apply the heat for a further 15 minutes.

The best thing is that, to reduce the discomfort quickly, repeat this process for 4 times a day to reduce inflammation of the tendon and feel less pain.

the thermal contrast

Ginger

One of the most suitable natural products to treat inflammations is ginger because it acts as an analgesic and a natural anti-inflammatory .

There are different ways to include ginger in your day to day but one of the most suitable is to prepare an infusion with the root of this plant for 10 minutes and then pour the drink so that we have only water. If you want, you can add some honey to sweeten the flavor and make it more palatable. But if you are not very fond of infusions, you can also take ginger powder or cook it and mix it in your recipes.

Ginger

Turmeric

As with ginger, turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory that works flawlessly to reduce tendonitis and inflammation greatly. Turmeric is an orange-colored spice that leaves the curry and is made up of a component known as “curcumia” that is able to block pain, in addition to reducing swelling.

A good way to incorporate turmeric into your routine is to add it in your recipes but, if you prefer, you can also choose to add 2 teaspoons diluted in a glass of water and take two glasses a day.

Turmeric

Clay pots

Another natural anti-inflammatory for tendonitis is clay cataplasms , a popular remedy that has always been used to reduce inflammation or swelling. Both red and green clay can be used because both have properties to activate the circulation of the blood and to obtain that the inflammations are reduced.

To create poultices you will have to mix the clay in warm water until a thick paste appears but it is manageable to spread it through your body. The best thing is that with the help of your hands or a brush you apply this paste to the area where you have tendinitis and let it act for about 20 minutes. After this time you will have to wash the area well and repeat this procedure 2 times a week .

Clay pots

Chamomile

The chamomile is also a perfect plant to treat inflammations and get fight joint pain and injuries both muscles and tendons. For this reason, it is a perfect natural alternative to treat tendinitis and relieve discomfort.

The best way is to prepare an infusion of chamomile and take it twice a day but if you do not like it, you can dip a compress with this drink and apply it in the inflamed area for about 20 minutes. You can repeat this process as many times as you want, since it is applied on the skin, chamomile has no side effects.

Chamomile

Preventing tendinitis

Once you have relieved tendinitis with these natural treatments, it is important that you know how you can prevent it and prevent it from appearing again with some tips like the ones we propose below:

  • Avoid repetitive movements : if you have no choice but to repeat them, we advise you to take breaks and move your joints with other movements to get the whole area working.
  • Warm up before exercising : whether sport or dancing, it is important that the joints warm to avoid any bad gesture that can induce tendon inflammation.
  • Comfortable shoes : one of the areas of the body that most suffer from tendinitis are the heels, so it is advisable to wear comfortable footwear that allows freedom of movement of the foot.

Preventing tendinitis

This article is purely informative,  we do not have the power to prescribe any medical treatment or make any kind of diagnosis. We invite you to go to a doctor in the case of presenting any type of condition or discomfort.

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