Hypomobility

We would also suggest the following vitamins and supplements:

Magnesium: The 4th most abundant mineral in the human body and is vitally essential in regulating the functioning of the body. It helps with over 300 of your body’s processes including muscle contraction and nerve transmission. *Food sources: Bananas, almonds, legumes and brown rice*. Also comes in tablet form.

CoQ10: Natural chemicals that are involved in supplying energy to the cells. Improves overall quality of life. Improves absorption of Vit C.

Vitamin C: A potent antioxidant that helps combat free radicals and prevent oxidative stress. It contributes to bone health as well due to its involvement in gene regulation that influences bone development. It helps your body make collagen. Food source of Vit C: Red and green peppers, guava, kiwis, broccoli, strawberries, oranges, brussels sprouts, kale.

Glucosamine:

Carnitine:

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Lifestyle tips:

Avoid physical stress: Avoid lifting weights/heavy items, high-impact or contact sports, strenuous housework / physical labour, repetitive movements.

Low-impact exercise & Physical therapy: This may help alleviate pain. *Swimming, Tai chi, walking, stationary bike riding *

Coconut oil: Apply onto the skin to reduce bacteria and scarring.

Avoid harsh chemicals: Use natural soaps and lotions, so as not to dry out the skin.

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Essential Oils

We would suggest the following:

  • Lavender Essential Oil
  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil
  • Rosemary Essential Oil

Massage/Local Application – Buy a base oil: coconut, sweet almond, grape seed for example. If you have 20ml of base oil, add half the amount of Essential Oil drops. In this case, you will add 5 drops of Lavender, 3 drops of Rosemary and 2 drops of Eucalyptus. Rub the blend over the affected areas, as required. Especially effective after a bath.

Bath – Your skin is the most absorbent part of the body. The heat of the bath assists in the absorption. There are 2 ways to do this:

  1. Diffusing 5 drops (maximum) of Essential Oils into a teaspoon of milk. Or a cup, if you would like more of a Cleopatra style bath. Use 3 drops of Lavender, 1 drop of Eucalyptus and 1 drop of Rosemary. Add Epsom salts.
  2. Or simply add 5ml of your massage blend.

Close all windows. Soak for 15-20 minutes minimum. Avoid splashing in the eyes.

** A patch test is required – 1 drop of aromatherapy oil to 4 drops of base oil. Apply a coin size amount to a patch of skin on the inner arm **

If sensitivity occurs, apply more base oil to soothe the area. Possibly avoid use for a further 10 days. If you wish to continue, dilute to ¼ of the original amount and test on a small area of skin. If there is no further reaction, continue with that dosage.

** Oils are for external use only and must be blended with a carrier oil. Always avoid the eyes, ears and nose **

** Lavender is the safest of oils, if on a rare occasion you react, apply more base oil to the skin to soothe it and dilute the massage blend with more base oil **

** Eucalyptus – Avoid during pregnancy/lactation, epilepsy, on homoeopathic remedies. Avoid use for children under 1 and with caution up to the age of 8, although our Eucalyptus Smithii oil is much gentler, great for children **

** Rosemary – Avoid during pregnancy, HBP, Heart conditions, use with caution if on prescription medication. Avoid use with children below 5 years of age. A relaxing but mentally stimulating oil, so no high doses prior to bedtime **

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