Arthritis: Little Known Treatments [NOOK Book]


You’ve been told that Rheumatoid Arthritis is not curable.
That's false!
If the statement disturbs you, don't read further. Do not learn how thousands are finding relief and even wellness. Don't give up
your aspirin, your non-steroidal anti-inflammatories. Do not quit your visits to your favorite ...
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You’ve been told that Rheumatoid Arthritis is not curable.
That's false!
If the statement disturbs you, don't read further. Do not learn how thousands are finding relief and even wellness. Don't give up
your aspirin, your non-steroidal anti-inflammatories. Do not quit your visits to your favorite rheumatologist. Do not stop paying for ineffective
and damaging gold, penicillamine, methotrexate and cortisone.
If you are one of those who are filled with pain day and night, and want relief, if you're a person who views the future as a
cripple with constantly decreasing abilities and want to stop the crippling, if you’re a man or woman or child who lives pain-free but minutes
and then only at the will of a drug, a doctor, a drug store, and by courtesy of a fat pocketbook; but, especially if you're a person who wants
relief from this centuries-long scourge -- you’ll want to absorb this book in it’s entirety, you’ll want to read further!
Thirteen million Americans suffer from so-called incurable Rheumatoid Disease. In excess of three million are restricted in their daily activities.
Seven hundred thousand cannot do useful work, keep house, attend school or enjoy recreational activities. One out of three of us either have
a form of the rheumatoid diseases or will display some symptoms -- if we live long enough!
Tens of millions of Americans suffer from Osteoarthritis and Gouty Arthritis. Some predict that almost everyone will develop some
form of Arthritis if s/he lives long enough. We take the stand that there is no difference between so-called Still's Disease, Adult Arthritis or
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. All age groups respond positively to the treatments to be described.
If left untreated, Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rheumatoid Diseases can become progressively worse, eventually leading
to painful crippling, but this is particularly true of Rheumatoid Arthritis, which can and will destroy the joints unless effective curative treatment
is administered in time.
Those who tell you that nothing much can be done for Arthritis are only fooling themselves and you; or, they're describing their unwillingness to look further. A great deal can be done,
as you will learn -- crippling is not inevitable.
Most arthritis victims suffer pain, but we'll show several ways that pain can be controlled and possibly alleviated entirely.
The sooner you begin treatment for Arthritis, the more probability of having success in halting its progress and perhaps cleaning
up or reversing tissue and joint damage that has begun.
When there are those who tell you that, "Once you have Arthritis, chances are great that you’re stuck with it for life, and that You
should learn to adjust to it, for better or worse -- Don’t look for a cure or relief, but learn to control your symptoms." Those people are
telling you to give up, to permit the crippling to go on, to get yourself ready for a life of total misery and acceptance of your fate.
Those same advisors are also ignorant of any other means of helping you, or they would not be giving you such advice. They have
given up. You don’t need to give up too!
You must make a choice. Do you wish to follow such ineffective "establishment" medical practices? Or do you wish to fight for your
survival and some of the good things in life, including the right to live unhindered from pain and crippling?
No pharmaceutical company is interested in curing or stopping the progress of these diseases. They're interested in maintaining our
dependency drug habits so that corporate stock owners and upper management can swell up their pocketbooks. Ideally, when a drug company
can develop an exclusive, patented drug upon which arthritics must rely -- as a drug addict must rely on habit-forming drugs -- then the
drug company is content. They are especially happy if the medicine only relieves symptoms and forces us to spend more and more on the drug
to simply decrease pain -- and the disease rages onward!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014173957
  • Publisher: Arthritis Trust of America
  • Publication date: 2/29/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 122
  • Sales rank: 743,032
  • File size: 505 KB

Meet the Author

Anthony di Fabio is the pen-name for Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr who has been CEO/Secretary of the non-profit, tax-exempt charity, The Arthrtis Trust of America, since 1982. He's written several million words about how to get well, relying primarily on natural remedies.
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