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Hypnotherapy Newcastle upon Tyne Arthritis Pain

Are you trying to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne for help with arthritis pain? Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy in North Shields can help you. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist.

Hypnotherapy Newcastle upon Tyne Arthritis Pain

Arthritis can affect anyone no matter their age. It commonly affects many people who are 55 years old or older.

There are well over 90 different types of arthritis. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the most common forms which tend to occur more in older adults.

If you suffer from arthritis consider using self-hypnosis for arthritis pain at Quays Clinic. You will be pleasantly surprised at how easy it to use self-hypnosis for pain management.

What Is Arthritis?

Arthritis is simply the inflammation of the joints. When you look at your joints, it’s a combination of membranes, cartilage, bones, ligaments, and fluids. When arthritis occurs it could happen in any of these places which can and do cause a huge amount of pain and discomfort. It could be in the form of an infection, the cartilage could be wearing thin, or your fluid could be low and not nourishing your cartilage and joints.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the synovia membrane has been attacked. The joint has severe swelling and pain. Rheumatoid arthritis is a more common form of arthritis that is found in people between the ages of 35 and 60. Anyone can be affected though.

It starts by affecting the hands and feet and then will slowly spread to many other joints. It’s an autoimmune disease which means a person’s immune system is attacking the line of the joints causes inflammation. A person who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis may even discover that it also causes joint deformity.

Symptoms Of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a horrible disease. It can be very mild discomfort one day and absolutely horrific pain the next. The pain can also come and go, with mild signs in a few weeks to many in a few months. The most common symptoms are stiffness when you wake up in the morning which lasts for more than an hour, a loss of weight and appetite, becoming anemic due to the low count of red blood cells, and puffy hands.

You can also experience flu-like symptoms months before other rheumatoid arthritis symptoms even appear. This includes depression, a low fever, and tiredness. Rheumatoid arthritis affects many different joints in the body. You’ll experience it in:

  • The base joints of the fingers.
  • Elbows.
  • Shoulders.
  • Knees.
  • Middle of the fingers.
  • Ankles.

What Is Osteoarthritis?

When you think of osteoarthritis, think osteoarthritis, which is bone arthritis. It is a type of arthritis that makes the cartilage stiff. The cartilage should be flexible to cover and move with the bone. It also absorbs shock. Without it, the tendons can become stretched.

Osteoarthritis is more common in women older than 45.

Symptoms Of Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, unfortunately, has many symptoms. You’ll discover that there will be a lot of pain, problems moving your joints, and morning stiffness. The timing of the stiffness is a good indicator. The stiffness will last approximately 25 minutes and will get better. Other symptoms will include having a limited range of motion, your joints becoming warm and your joints feeling tender. Osteoarthritis affects many joints:

  • Knees.
  • Hands.
  • Hips.
  • The base of your thumb.

If you are suffering from pain in your joints seek immediate advice from your doctor who will be able to help you. You don’t have to live in constant pain anymore because there are medications that are available which will help you.

If you discover that you have it, your doctor can come up with an arthritis treatment plan.

Hypnotherapy For Arthritis Pain Relief At Quays Clinic

One of the easiest ways to cope with arthritis pain is to learn self-hypnosis. If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle, Sunderland, or County Durham for self-hypnosis training, contact hypnotherapist Ian Smith today. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected hypnotist who is a qualified trainer in self-hypnosis.

Ian Smith (Distinction) D.Hyp  T.F.T  M.U.F.H. Telephone: 0774 3353367.

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