Join pain causes
There are many causes of joint pain. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are major contributors to joint pain causes. Joint discomfort or pain can also be felt from injuries, infections and some allergic reactions to medications.
Common causes include unusual exertion or overuse of joints including strains or sprains, injury (including fracture), Gout (especially found in the big toe), Tendonitis, Bursitis and Lupus. Infectious diseases such as Influenza, Measles, Rheumatic Fever, Hepatitis, German Measles and Chickenpox can also include induce join pain.
Most joint pain is destructive and degenerative, so you may need to change your activities or lifestyle to accommodate or find relief for the joint discomfort, depending on the severity.
Vitamin and mineral supplement
Vitamins B Complex
B9 (folate) and B12 (cobalamin) help significantly reduced osteoarthritis hand pain, presumably by reducing systemic inflammation. Vitamins B group also balance the nervous system, reducing pain.
In most cases in patients with osteoarthritis suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. Supplementation with Vitamin D3 is recommended for pain relief.
Vitamin C is a power antioxidant that also helps promote healing, calcium builds stronger bones and the B vitamins balance the nervous system, reducing joint pain.
Calcium builds stronger bones.
Vitamins C and E
Vitamins C and E in both foods and supplements, has shown in studies to provide pain relief from osteoarthritis.
Selenium deficiency has been linked with a higher risk and severity of osteoarthritis.
Special supplements for joint and bone health may contain large amounts of manganese
ascorbate along with chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine hydrochloride. This type of supplement has been found to relieve pain in some cases of mild to moderate osteoarthritis of the knee.
Joint paint treatment
Fortunately there are many joint pain relief treatments to enable you to lead a normal life and to enjoy everyday activities, and depending on the cause of the pain, relief can be either temporary or permanent.
Treatment for joints pain will depend on the unique cause and situation. You may need to have joint replacement surgery, need to switch medications, or just take immune suppressants.
It is important to understand that painful joints are a symptom of many different causes. You need to diagnose and recognize, rather than target the symptoms of joint pain.
Joint problems are commonly found in those 45 years of age and older. Most commonly rest, exercise, massage, stretching and warm baths can effectively treat non arthritic joint issues. There are also anti-inflammatory medications that can relieve any swelling and inflammation. There is also special physical therapy for muscle and joint rehabilitation. You may need to have fluid removed from your joints to get rid of painful joints.
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