Arthritis, normally an inflammation of one or more joints resulting pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited or restricted movement that involves breakdown of cartilage; that protects the joints, allowing for smooth movement. It also absorbs shock when pressure is placed on it, like when we walk. Without cartilage, bones rub together, causing pain, swelling (inflammation), and stiffness.
Joint inflammation may be of several reasons, including:
An autoimmune disease, body attacks itself, broken bone, and normal “wear and tear” on joints, infections, usually caused by bacteria or viruses. Often, the inflammation goes away after the injury, disease is treated, or the infection has been cleared.
With inflammation that does not go away results destruction in long-term means excessive pain and deformity, means chronic arthritis! Osteoarthritis is the most common, can feel it in any of joints, but most commonly in hips, knees or fingers.
Risk factors for osteoarthritis include: Being overweight. Previously injuring the affected joint. Using affected joint in a repetitive action that puts more stress on joints.
Arthritis, affected person may experience: joint pain, joint swelling, reduced ability to move joints, redness of the skin around a joint, stiffness, especially in the morning, warmth around a joint. Joint may be tender when it is gently pressed, and may be warm and red (especially in infectious arthritis and autoimmune arthritis). It may be painful or difficult to rotate the joints in some directions.
In some autoimmune forms of arthritis, the joints may become deformed if the disease is not treated. Such joint deformities are the hallmarks of severe, untreated rheumatoid arthritis.
Exercise for arthritis is necessary to support healthy joints, relieve stiffness, reduce pain and fatigue, and improve muscle and bone strength.
One should also: Avoid holding one place for too long. Avoid positions or movements that place extra stress on affected joints. Reduce stress, which can aggravate symptoms. Try meditation!
The first aim of a healthy diet is to help one lose weight if already overweight. Being overweight can cause added stress to the joints. Choose the Right Carbs: If you follow diets that are low-carb or high in protein or fat, you may get too many purines. Processed carbohydrates like white bread and white-flour pasta have very few purines — but they can lead to weight gain. Instead, focus on healthy carbs with high fiber such as oats, sweet potatoes, beans, and vegetables.
Another way is a balanced, varied diet can help ease the pain of arthritis by providing vitamins and minerals that keep joints healthy and avoiding “damp” foods such as dairy products and greasy or spicy foods. Besides to control weight, and at the same time to increase the water intake particularly saline, but not less that 3 liters a day, unless restricted by the physician.
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