Pain Relief from Rheumatoid Arthritis with the Steam Shower
Rheumatoid arthritis is a common ailment that unfortunately will affect the majority of us within our lifetimes. Known as an autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis is a long-term condition that creates inflammation within the joints causing pain, swelling and stiffness. It more commonly affects areas such as the hands, feet and wrists but can also affect other parts of the body. The pain can become excruciating especially at certain times when it flares up or sometimes known as a flare. Surprisingly it is more common in women in comparison to men and can affect any age, but is more common in adults aged between 40 and 50. There are a wide variety of treatments openly available on the market with varying benefits, depending on the severity. Continual research for cures and aids towards this increasingly painful ailment is undertaken, but finding a cure is possibly out of our reach for the foreseeable future. However there are certain treatments that have been proven to be far more effective than others and one such treatment is with the use of heat and moisture, in other words, steam. Steam therapy has been utilised for decades and stems back to our earliest ancestors. Today utilising steam therapy can be enjoyed in a number of ways, but non that really compare to having your very own steam shower which not only utilises steam, creating your own steam room but is also integrated with a number of other effective features to help you unwind and relax and help towards alleviating the pain of arthritis.
28/05/2015 | View: 90 | By: insigniaManager