By Al Cole, Health Researcher
It’s an Olympic year, and there are at least three things you can be sure will be part of the Summer Games in Beijing: the Olympic torch, fierce competition…and pain.
We’re not talking about the pain of missing a bronze medal by a hundredth of a second (which has got to rank right up there with passing a kidney stone). Or the pain of being body-slammed by a Russian heavyweight in a Greco-Roman Wrestling match. We’re talking about the plain old kind of pain that many of us non-athletes experience every day.
No doubt, Team USA and the other national Olympic squads will have access to any and every kind of pain treatment available so they can stay in the game. And why shouldn’t they? After all, they’ve been getting up a 4 a.m. every day for years preparing for their moment in the sun.
But what about the rest of us occasional athletes who have to endure muscle and joint pains–many of them chronic–due to overexertion, injury, and conditions that result from the wear and tear the body undergoes as it ages, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia?
And don’t think that arthritis is just something that happens to old folks. It affects nearly one in five American adults–that’s 46 million people. Arthritis is second only to heart disease as a cause of work disability, and 7 million people have it so bad that they have difficulty with everyday activities such as walking, dressing, and bathing.
This kind of nagging pain can take the joy out of life and produce a feeling of hopelessness. In fact, surveys indicate that roughly half of those with arthritis don’t think anything can be done to help them.
But the good news is, you can have access to the same, cutting-edge treatments that Olympic level athletes have. This is where a completely natural topical treatment such as Rub On Relief can make a difference.
Rub On Relief has been shown to be especially valuable in treating a variety of joint and muscle pains. Its proprietary combination of natural oils and organic ingredients works to bring relief–often immediately–from the daily aches and pains many people experience.
Rub On Relief appears to work especially well with soft tissue and joint problems and has been shown to be effective in relieving rheumatic pains, swollen and stiff joints, tendon pain, sciatica, tenderness in knee joints, low back pain, neck stiffness and even head aches.
Two-time USA Olympian Debbi Lawrence said, “I ABSOLUTELY love this stuff! My legs have never felt better and it helps me recover from intense workouts much faster.”
Other pain relief options, such as Cortisone and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) also work to reduce inflammation, but the downside is that they often bring with them a number of unpleasant side effects.
Instead, Rub On Relief contains powerful antioxidants that work to neutralize free radicals–unstable molecules that can do a lot of damage, especially to blood vessel walls and the cartilage tissue that surrounds your joints.
The antioxidants contained in Rub On Relief prevent these free radicals from getting additional oxygen, something they need in order to thrive. Rub On Relief also includes omega-3 fatty acids, which have been proven to reduce inflammation as well as provide numerous other health benefits.
Several clinical studies have confirmed that the Rub On Relief formula can bring quick and effective relief to a variety of painful conditions. In one study, participants suffering from arthritis were asked to stop using a popular pain-relief product and instead begin applying Rub On Relief once a day for three days.
In a matter of days, almost 90 percent of the participants who used the topical cream reported getting faster pain relief than they had gotten from the product they had been using. They also said it was more pleasant to use and reported no adverse side effects.
For those who have unsuccessfully sought relief from over-the-counter pain relievers and prescription NSAIDs–or who simply cannot tolerate some of the undesirable side effects, such as stomach irritation or worse–a completely natural topical cream like Rub On Relief may be a good treatment option.
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