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If you suffer with joint pain, you know the discomfort experienced when performing even routine activities. Pain in your hands can cause pain while typing, gardening – even something as simple as buttoning clothes. There are many causes, and several treatments for joint health. Understanding what causes the pain is only the beginning. There is hope for relief!
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Understanding what is causing your joint pain is the first step to finding relief. There are multiple reasons you may be in pain. Some of these reasons may be temporary causes, such as a sprain. Fractures can also cause joint pain at the site of injury, sometimes long after it has healed. These conditions will cause the joint to be painful and swollen, but should clear up with a little time.
Other conditions are chronic, such as arthritis. This is a long-term disease that causes inflammation of the joints and the tissue surrounding it. The severity of arthritis can vary from each person, but for some it becomes debilitating. There are two types of arthritis: the rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, and there is the threat of septic arthritis. This is caused by bacteria, and the arthritis develops when the bacteria directly infects the joint (most commonly the knees or hips).
Other diseases contribute to joint pain as a side effect. Lupus affects the autoimmune system, and the over active immune response will lead to inflamed tissue that will cause joint pain. Bursitis can cause chronic inflammation with repeated injuries, when the fluid filled sacs become inflamed. If the tissue in the kneecap begins to degenerate, it is attributed to chondromalacia patellae.
See your doctor to help determine the exact cause of your joint pain and to rule out any necessary treatments for infections or serious diseases.
There are things you can do to prevent your joint pain. Exercise and developing a strong skeletal system are key elements to avoiding pain. When exercising, avoid jarring movements since this can make it worse later on. As a side effect of exercise, your weight will be under control. Keeping a healthy weight is also an important element in preventing joint pain.
Dietary choices can aid in keeping joint pain lower. Vitamin C and calcium are believed to be beneficial in joint health, as well as omega-3 (found in fish or fish oil supplements). The fatty acids are supposed to aid in joint pain from arthritis.
Glucosamine is a treatment growing in popularity for treating minor arthritis pain. This product is derived from shellfish (keep this in mind if you have allergies), with promising results. This is a natural substance to treat the symptoms. Glucosmine is believed to work by helping the body’s cartilage retain water, making the elastic layer more functional and providing pain relief. Glucosamine is available in capsule or liquid form.
Chondroitin, a product derived from shark and cow cartilage, is another natural joint pain reliever. This is believed to work by stimulating the production of proteoglycan. It also prohibits the proteolytic enzymes, known for destroying the cartilage. This is good for overall health.
These two treatments are often used in conjunction with each other.
MSM (also known as methylsulfonylmethane), is a sulfur treatment. This is an important part of maintaining the joints and cartilage. Naturally occurring in some foods, it has been developed into a dietary supplement. This ingredient is shown to not only help with joint pain, but also contributes to energy, hair skin and nail development. This can be taken alone or in conjunction with the chondrotin and glucosamine to get the best results for joint pain.
Once you have found the causes of your joint pain, and have found an effective treatment, it is important to keep up your supplements and make sure that you continue to exercise and incorporate other lifestyle changes. With a combination of diet and exercise, and making sure your body has the necessary supplements, you can begin to experience less joint pain.
While it is hard to deal with joint pain as an ongoing problem, proper management can help you get your life back. You don’t have to give up the things that you love or modify every part of your lifestyle with joint pain. There are countless people that have learned to negotiate joint pain, and have experienced a tremendous reduction in pain. Get your life back and more fully functioning. Max Joint Health will help you to do this.