... be Vitamin C would help. It can help inflammation, also it works as a stress blocker and may lower your stress level enough so your body is free to deal with the costocondritis itself. I don't mean emotional stress, I mean physical and biological stress factors. It couldn't hurt to try. ... (4 replies)
... I have been suffering from costocondritis for at least 3 years. I am having a flare up now. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, do you know what the costo is caused from? Is it due to exercise or stress? One of the things that I know of that has helped people with costo is doing Stress Relaxation. If it is due to stress then look into cds that help you relax. Its good to do a good relaxation program twice a day for 20 minutes. (4 replies)
... Thank you Bob2. I will have to pick up that book and try turmeric. I glad it worked for you and I hope it works for me. Thank you again. That is something to start with.
Thank you Kim. I will try that as well. Thank you!
If any one has any other idea's. I am open. This seems to be getting worse. =( (4 replies)
... You can try turmeric standardized to 95% curcumin. The author of The Green Pharmacy, Dr. James Duke, wrote a book about several herbs he calls Essential Herbs. In the book he talks about standardized turmeric used as an anti-inflammatory. I have osteoarthritis in my knees and used to limp before starting to use turmeric. Now I don't limp and don't have any pain in my... (4 replies)
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