Joint Pain Information & Remedy31.05.2012
by Life Enthusiast Staff
How Joint Pain Begins
- Known as "wear and tear" joint pain is caused by the gradual breakdown and loss of joint cartilage
- Ability to cushion the bones disappears, resulting in mild inflammation
- The bones that lie under the cartilage thicken, frequently forming spurs of bone that protrude into the joints
- It causes further distress to the joint resulting in aches and pains
- Most commonly affects are the hips, knees, hands and spine (neck and lower back)
How Common Is Joint Pain?
- Affects approximately one in 10 people in the USA and Canada, with most people developing the condition after the age of 45.
- Joint Pain known as arthritis is one of the most prevalent chronic health problems, second only to heart disease as a cause of work disability.
- Joint Pain limits daily activities such as walking, dressing, and bathing for over 7 million Americans.
- Baby boomers are now at prime risk. More then half those affected by joint pain are under the age of 65.
- Half of those Americans with joint pain don't think anything can be done to help them. Are you one of them?
The Warning Signs of Joint Pain
- Joint pain, stiffness and swelling that lasts longer than two weeks
- Stiffness that tends to occur after periods of inactivity, such as sleeping or sitting
- Aching in the joints following activity (early symptom)
- A sensation of "grating" when the joint is used (later symptom)
- Typically come on slowly, involving the area around the joints. Consult your doctor or other health care provider if you have persistent joint pain, stiffness or swelling that lasts for more than two weeks. The sooner joint pain symptoms are diagnosed, the better your chances of curbing the disease's progression.
- If your joints are red, or feel hot or tender, you probably have a condition other than osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Your doctor can provide you with a diagnosis and work with you to develop a treatment plan.
How Joint Pain Progresses
Damage to the joints progresses slowly and may result in several problems.
- Pain, especially when moving a joint. Grating sound as the roughened cartilage at the ends of the bones rubs together.
- Stiff and/or sore, particularly after resting.
- Bumps and swellings may appear, especially on the fingers and feet.
- All these changes can make it difficult to move around and complete everyday tasks such as getting dressed, opening jars or climbing stairs.
The Cause of Joint Pain - Inflammation
It is the body's natural response to being injured and is characterized by redness, swelling, heat and pain. When your joints become inflamed, you may experience any or all of these symptoms. Inflammation can prevent the normal use of the joint and cause it to lose the ability to function properly.
The key to reducing joint pain, and to halting joint pain progression through treatment, is controlling the inflammation that precedes the condition.
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