JP wrote:Good to hear hero.
Have you done any dietary tweaks to help in recovery? And take supplements like MSM?
All the best and speedy recovery!
J wrote:noticed now that my knees are slighlty imflamed and forming the same symptoms as my arms did.
You know it really sounds like something's seriously wrong here. Do you know why this is happening? I don't think it will stop unless you find out what the problem is. If it's in both your elbows and knees it probably isn't exercise related. And also I think you're too young to be having these sorts of problems.
Could you have been overexposed to some chemical while painting???
Heyutang wrote:hi buddy
No grains and cereal are OK, but cook them well, this makes them alkalic. Bread is more acidic though, esp sourdough bread. I forgot to mention that sprouts are also very alkalic, you might want to eat more of those.
Fruits are very good for snacks, just don't eat too much of them, as with everything.
I believe I have also mentioned UDO's oil (or other EFA-oil) in an earlier post, this helps combat inflammation and speeds recovery (also on cellular level).
I don't think the fact that your knees are also inflamed is of great importance now. It just shows that your body was in an inflammatory state already, and it now also spread to your knees. Stretch'em! Probably your patella tendon is inflamed?
If it really persists, go see some therapist: they will be able to help. Btw elbows and knees often show some similarities in Chinese Medicine. Often we would stick a needle in the knee to treat an elbow problem, and vice versa!
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