A healthy and balanded diet ensures that enough nutrients are absorbed in order to maintain the joints’ cells’ integrity and function (thus healthy joints). In the case of nutritional deficiencies, or in order to restore healthy joints (when the joint has been worn), it could be advised to take nutritional supplements depending upon the worn body tissue. Ask your health practitioner about what’s best suited for you personally.
Hydration is an essential component of health. In the articular system, it facilitates optimal muscle function around the joint, drains toxic chemicals and cellular waste, lubricates, and maintains a water-rich synovial fluid, and tissue flexibility and efficiency. It helps to lower the negative impact of inflammation and oxidative stress. It is therefore crucial to regularly hydrate your body with pure water to maintain a healthy articular system and cure it when it’s worn.
Breathing is also crucial for maintaining the body’s chemical balance. It lowers the body’s acidity level, regulates the blood’s chemical balance through exhaling carbon dioxide and inhaling oxygen. Thus it oxygenates the body’s tissues, letting your body create energy, maintain its cellular system, and promoting better cellular health. Proper breathing also decreases the stress level, which contributes to an optimal chemical state.
Limiting toxic chemicals to a minimum helps slow down the aging processes and cellular destruction (apoptosis), maintaining healthy joints and facilitating health.