Flexispot’s Home office All-in-One Desk Bike/Bike Workstation V9: Stationary Wheels for the Painful Joints
Gout is the inflammation of the toe and foot that are caused by the defects in uric acid resulting in swollen joints and excruciating pain especially around the heel area. Stepping the foot on the ground means nightmare to some people.
I personally have an account of experiencing severe pain caused by Gout and to top it all up I used to travel more than 1 kilometer from our house to the office prior to the Coronavirus outbreak; you could imagine how the walk from the entrance to the elevator was like and how I struggled to wiggle my toe while wearing closed shoes. In some severe cases, people even break their ankles or strain their muscles too much. Medications like pain killers are not always advisable especially because pain killers may cause permanent damage to the vital organs. In an article posted in Narconon, it was mentioned that pain relievers are ranging from being harmful to fatal to vital organs when being abused. Indeed, excessive dosage of some pain killers could lead to permanent pain and damage to body parts. An example of the vital organs that may be damaged is the liver. This organ serves as the internal filter of the human body. It is the natural source of glutathione hence if this organ is healthy, the skin naturally glows but when it is already damaged, the skin of the person overusing it becomes dry and dark. That’s what happens when a person who is seriously ill takes a lot of pain killers. The worst part of it is, most people are unable to avoid taking pain killers with high dosage just to ease the severe pain.
Now, the predicament is: what is the alternative for pain killers? How could one avoid the risk of organ damage and possible complications like liver failure? In the new lifestyle and work setting, a lot o
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