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Ice Baths: The New Cure for Arthritis?
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An ice bath is not your average bath, but it can be a great way to soothe sore muscles and joint pain. Ice bathing is popular among athletes and those living with autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. For some, ice bathing is a meditative experience in which the physical sensation of being immersed in cold water is so intense that it quiets the mind—or simply makes it impossible to think about anything else.

Cold Therapy For Fibromyalgia & Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief - An Effective Natural Way To Relieve Fibromyalgia & Rheumatoid Arthritis

There are definitely ways that can help ease certain musculoskeletal symptoms without having to take any medications. Cold therapy can be applied in a wide variety of ways, including the use of localized ice packs, surface-level cold showers, and penetrating ice baths.

Cold Therapy for Fibromyalgia Relief

With pain being prevalent across the entire body, it can anecdotally be difficult to manage fibromyalgia, depending on the perceived levels of pain. Cold therapy has been shown to help relieve the pain associated with fibromyalgia. It is also useful in relieving symptoms of inflammation and general pain. The effects of cold therapy have shown to help alleviate pain by using its anti-inflammatory effects in patients receving cold therapy. One study, showed that patients with fibromyalgia who were treated with cryotherapy reported a more pronounced improvement in their quality of life when compared to other patients not receiving this type of treatment. In addition, improvements in pain, fatigue and general health were evidenced in the study too.

Cold Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief

Application of cold therapy on patients with rheumatoid arthritis has been shown to be potentially effective in relieving the pain associated with this disease. This has been attributed to the therapeutic effects of cold, in addition to its ease of use as a home treatment. Try applying a pack of ice to the inflamed joint or submerging that limb into a bath of cold water. It may be a useful approach to take to help ease any discomfort. Cold therapy will help constrict the surrounding blood vessels, help to reduce any local swelling, and help in numbing the nerve endings associated with the pain due to the colder temperatures.

Ice baths to Reduce Inflammation

Based on these two studies, it seems that using ice baths to reduce inflammation is a questionable practice at best. However, keep in mind that demonstrating ice baths do not decrease inflammation does not prove that they are generally ineffective. It is questionable that using ice bath can achieve the purpose of reducing inflammation. The reason is that two studies identified that ice bath did not decrease the inflammation. However, it does not mean that ice bath is inefficient. Queensland research team has found that ice bath influences blood flow. Another study discovered that cold water lowers the amount of swelling due to edema (swelling from fluid in our body's tissues). Plus, other research has shown that ice baths improve muscle recovery speed and reduce the soreness that people experience.
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