Epsom salt baths have been a part of traditional treatments for generations, and while there is always some debate about the scientific nature of soaking in an Epsom bath, the anecdotal evidence is clear. A great deal of inflammation of the joints and muscles occurs when you suffer from lupus, and Epsom baths do have anti-inflammatory potential. The rich mineral content of the bathwater can soak into the affected areas and lower inflammation, while also enriching the body with the essential minerals it needs. An Epsom bath once or twice a week has been shown to improve the symptoms of lupus.
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