Is your kitty in pain?
Alternative treatments and a holistic approach work well to alleviate pain--especially if your kitty is in pain due to common health problems such as joint pain, arthritis, irritable bowel disease, etc.
In this article, we will go through three alternative pain relief techniques for kitties.
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This simple technique is effective in pain relief as it increases the level of oxygen in your cat's blood, releasing endorphins in your kitty’s muscles and joints. This naturally helps reduce pain.
These have the same underlying function as massage therapy does by increasing blood flow in the affected area, stimulating your cat's natural pain relief mechanism, reducing the pain she's currently experiencing.
Chamomile contains Apigenin,which works like aspirin does and reduces inflammation. You can give this mild sedative orally to your kitty or apply it topically to the affected area.
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