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Does bonexcin joint pain reliever is effective to get rid of arthritis pain? 



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Sorry I have no idea about this joint pain reliever but I also suggest you other ways to get rid from this joint pain. A warm water shower helps in joint pain. You may also soak the affected joint in warm water with little bit of Epsom salt added to it. This gives you much relief from pain in the joint and inflammation. Beside this m you can also consult to your personal doctor who will give you the right way to get rid of arthritis pain.


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Yes, if you are low on certain neurochemicals it can mask itself via pain in the form of fibromyalgia type symptoms. Sometimes people are misdiagnosed. The two neurochemicals that seem to be key players in this are serotonin and norepinefrine. If you look at the precurser building blocks of these neurochemicals they are ammio acids. What I did when I started having horrible joint pain during a manic phase was to take a broad spectrum amino acid supplement and then I took the individual amino acids that we're the building blocks for the neurochemicals buylyrica.net/ , there were four, two for each neurochemical in my case. Within two weeks I felt back to normal. I stayed on it for a few months and slowly changed my diet. I was an all carb guy. Now I get plenty of protein and I don't seem to have a problem with pain.

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