Before we get into today’s topic, let’s do a quick test:
1. Do you sometimes feel intermittent pain in a joint?
2. Can you notice any swelling or tenderness in one or more of your joints?
3. When you get up every morning, do you feel stiffness or difficulty moving your joints?
If your answers are all yes to the above questions, maybe it is time to do several clinical tests with your local healthcare professionals to ensure whether you have osteoarthritis or not.
In fact, osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis, especially among people over 50. And, as with other types of arthritis, women are at higher risk than men.
Osteoarthritis is classified as a degenerative joint disease. Therefore, most people also call it “wear and tear” arthritis. It manifests when there is a breakdown of cartilage in any joint in the body. However, in most cases, it is found in the weight-bearing joints of the hips, knees, and spine, and for people who always work by the desk or overuse their hands during work, it may also affect the fingers, thumb, and neck.
How does osteoarthritis affect different parts of your body?
Osteoarthritis causes stiffness and reduced elasticity in the cartilage of a joint, making it more susceptible to damage. Over time, the cartilage may wear away between the bones, greatly decreasing its ability to act as a shock absorber when you fall or hit your joints by accident. As the cartilage deteriorates, tendons and ligaments stretch, causing pain in the affected area. If the condition worsens, the bones could rub against each other.
Osteoarthritis of the hands
When osteoarthritis affects your hands, it can really disturb normal hand functions and cause trouble and inconvenience in your daily activities. Your fingers can become enlarged and may ache. Or, you may feel stiffness and numbness in your hands. The joints commonly affected by osteoarthritis are the DIP joint, PIP joint, basilar joint, and wrist joint. Sometimes, it may also cause Bouchard’s nodes (bumps at the middle joint) or Heberden’s nodes (bumps at the end of the finger).
Osteoarthritis of the knees
Patients affected by osteoarthritis often have knee-related symptoms. As the body’s main weight-bearing joints, an afflicted knee may become stiff, swollen, and painful, causing difficulty in the patient’s daily activities when they walk, climb or get in and out of chairs. Please pay extra attention to your body when you think you might have knee osteoarthritis and seek medical help promptly if the pain is severe. When not treated on time, osteoarthritis in the knee can lead to disability and cause great trouble in your daily activities. In some cases, knee replacement surgery may be required.
Osteoarthritis of the hips
Many of us may not be aware of the importance of our hips, but they can cause pain, stiffness, and severe disability when affected by osteoarthritis. It may limit our range of motion, causing pain and inconvenience when we try to bend down or move around. In most cases, the groin may get painful as well as the front of the thighs or knees.
Walking aids, medication, and practicing some low-impact exercises every week can help relieve pain and improve body flexibility. However, if the pain is too severe and the condition worsens regardless of the current treatments, hip replacement may be necessary.
Spooky2 Rife Scalar: a natural approach to relieve osteoarthritis
When discussing how to prevent or control the symptoms of osteoarthritis naturally, we always focus on:
1. Lose weight if you are obese or overweight. In this way, the bones are not having too much pressure from your body, giving your bones more energy to heal themselves.
2. Take some time to do low-impact exercises every week and remember to do some relaxation after exercising. The ideal amount is around 150 minutes of exercise per week, and some recommended types of exercise are walking, riding a stationary bike, yoga, and swimming. The aim is to help build muscle strength and keep yourself flexible.
3. Always eat a healthy diet. Besides all of the tips mentioned above, you can also try Spooky2 Scalar. It creates a positive scalar energy field that sends healing energy to your body. Simply turn on your Scalar unit, savor your time in the scalar field, and get instant pain relief. Moreover, you can combine Rife frequencies with scalar energy for better therapeutic effects. Rife scalar transfers precise frequencies with scalar energy to improve your thyroid function and reduce inflammation.
To do this, follow the instructions below:
Step 1: Correctly Place Spooky2 Scalar devices.
Step 2: Connect GeneratorX Pro to Spooky2 Scalar and tune Spooky2 Scalar.
Step 3: Open Spooky2 software. Go to the Presets tab and click Shell (Empty) Presets > Scalar > Spooky Scalar General (SS) – JW. Then go to the Programs tab and search “osteoarthritis”, and you will see a series of programs. Double-click on the programs you need.
Step 4: Go to the Control tab and choose “Overwrite Generator.” Open a generator port and click the “Start” button. Step
5: Fully relax between the Transmitter and Receiver while the programs are running.