Bursitis Natural Cures
Bursitis is the inflammation of one or more bursae, which are the small sacs
of synovial fluid in your body. Bursae occurs where points of functionaries,
such as muscles or tendons, slide across the bone. Naturally, the bursae of
your body can act freely with no pain. But with Bursitis, however, movement of
the tendons and muscles over the inflamed bursa cause additional
inflammation, only intensifying the already painful problem.
Rest to Relieve Bursitis- The most important thing to do if you have Bursitis is
to rest the sore area as much as possible. Don't try to work through it, as it will
only add further damage and complications to the problem.
The Ice Cure- If the joint is hot upon touch, using ice is an ideal option. Apply
ice to the painful area for about 10 minutes. Then, remove the ice and rest it for
about 10 minutes. Repeat this cycle for as long as you desire.
The Castor Oil Cure- Spreading castor oil on the affected joints has shown
benefits in reducing pain caused by Bursitis. Atop the oil, place a cotton or
wool flannel. Now, you can apply a heated pad or warm towel/rag atop, which
can too help ease the joint.
Stretch Gently to Relieve Bursitis Pain- As your Bursitis starts to calm down,
doing a very light, easy stretch daily will avoid stiff joints and will relieve the
ache. If your elbow or shoulder is the problem, performing this easy exercise
will be beneficial.
Lean forward onto a chair, with your good arm, and allow your painful arm to
rest freely in the air. Now, gently start creating clockwise and counterclockwise
circular motions with the dropped arm. Feel free to swing your arm left and
right as well, whatever feels appropriate. The concept is to loosen the joints up
in your arm without over stretching it.
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