Arthritis: Escape the Pain

  • by Sarah Woodside
  • Narrated by Annette Martin
  • 3 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Don't let arthritis rule your life - overcome it fast with easy practicable steps.
New York Times best-selling author Sarah Woodside tells you how to escape the pain of arthritis. As someone who suffered from arthritis for many years before she found ways to reverse the curse and live a happy healthy life, she is perfectly placed to write a book from the perspective of an arthritis sufferer, and not a doctor who has never actually experienced how it feels.
Sarah Woodside now advises arthritis research groups, as well as speaking at events around the world. Her simple but effective techniques have helped thousands of people relieve the pain of arthritis and live a normal life.
Here's a preview of what you'll learn:

Solving the curse of flare-ups
The tiny changes that make a huge difference
15 ways to start healing today
Learning how to eat properly can change everything
Nightshades: the astounding difference this can make
Easy exercises for arthritis sufferers
Relieve the pain starting today
And much more!


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Customer Reviews

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15 ways to start healing

Where does Arthritis: Escape the Pain rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I would give this a 9/10 because it's a very helpful book. I do suffer from arthritis and these tips are something worth trying. Why not try something that is free and might help relieve pain!

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the 15 ways to start healing and the tiny little things that make a huge difference. I have had wear and tear arthritis from excessive sports related wear and tear as a teen and I live in pain daily. It gets worse with the change in the barometric pressure (like before a storm comes).

What about Annette Martin’s performance did you like?

I loved how she read the book, she was easy to listen to and easy to pay attention. I would defiantly listen to other books she has read.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

The easy exercise section was helpful because everything hurts including walking for me. My knees are messed up the most, I have had one surgery and I need 2 more (one on each knee). I hate taking pills, they make me loopy, ibuprophen only helps so much. The information in this book can help you cope with your arthritis in a healthy way without being hopped up on pills all the time.

Any additional comments?

It bothers me when people tell me I am to young to have arthritis. I am 33 and I have arthritis through out my entire body. There are over 30 different kinds of arthritis, and a newborn baby can suffer from arthritis.

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- Buneary Thomas

Just what I needed

Would you listen to Arthritis: Escape the Pain again? Why?

The reason why I got this audiobook is because it is written by a genuine arthritis sufferer and not from someone who just googled the material to make a book. I am practising the author's advice for a few weeks now, and I already see some improvements. Easy exercises are very beneficial and I found some new info about nightshade vegetables that I didn't know before. Exercises and eating properly are the best way to change your life and start feeling better. I highly recommend this audiobook to all the arthritis sufferers!

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- Dobro

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-02-2015
  • Publisher: Sarah Woodside Publishing