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Mar 2020

Joint Pain – Causes & Treatments

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Joints are the connections between bones that support and help you move. An injury or condition such as arthritis can interfere with the movements of a joint, and in some cases cause a lot of pain. Consider that the human body has so many joints, and it is no surprise that in some surveys about 1 of 3 adults reported having some kind of joint pain within the last 30 days. There are many different conditions that can affect a joint leading to pain such as osteoarthritis, bursitis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, physical injuries to a joint as well as strains…

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Dealing with joint pain can be a difficult and frustrating part of the daily life of anyone that suffers from arthritis. After all, pain caused by arthritis can limit your range of motion and mobility, heavily impacting your day-to-day life. And it affects more people than you may realize; according to the Arthritis Foundation, about 54-million adults have arthritis as diagnosed by doctors. Arthritis is actually the leading cause of disability among adults in the United States. Among these diagnosed…

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Meals For Joint Pain

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If you happen to be living with joint pain, a condition that can seem unbearable at times, you might have taken all sorts of medications and dietary supplements in order to control the discomfort and live as normally as possible. But one thing you might not have considered is that the solution might really be as close as your fork or spoon. Yes, what you eat can help you to deal with joint pains. Read on for meal tips to…

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Healthy joints are instrumental in all movement and support in the body. Joint pain can range from mildly uncomfortable to severe and debilitating. Joint pain is common in aging adults, and is often found in major joints such as the knees, hips, and shoulders. Joint pain is a symptom of arthritis, an inflammation of the joints which affects many aging adults. With any joint pain, it is highly recommended that you see out the opinion of a doctor or physiotherapist.…

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