Arthritis, which can affect a single joint or numerous joints, is a general term for any pain or difficulty using a joint.
One or more stiff or swollen joints are signs of arthritis.
Joints that are heated to the touch or appear red Tenderness
difficulty performing routine chores
Pain can range from minor to severe.
Despite the fact that there are 100 different forms of arthritis, the following are the most prevalent ones:
Osteoarthritis is a condition where the cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones wears away. It can be brought on by osteoporosis from ageing or can develop early in athletes. Consequently, the fingers, knees, or hips begin to hurt when the bones begin to rub against one another. When the RA factor is positive, an auto immune disorder called rheumatoid arthritis results. In this condition, the immune system mistakenly views a joint cell as a germ or antigen and destroys it, causing swelling, inflammation, and other symptoms. When uric acid levels are higher than normal, it settles in the joint and crystallizes like a plague, causing gout arthritis. The big toe is where the discomfort initially begins to radiate to the upper joints. Most prevalent in sedentary, white collar employment with little physical activity.
The mineral-based combination is administered in the event of OSTEO ARTHRITIS – RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIS to strengthen the bones and enhance the synovial fluid needed for lubrication in the joints.
By cleaning the blood and improving liver function to trap out the older circulating hormones in the case of RA-Rheumatoid Arthritis (auto immune disorder), the immune system is repaired. As a result, the brain signal pathway is fixed ( hormones being message carriers to the brain )
Some diuretic herbs are administered in cases with GOUT ARTHRITIS to lower the excess uric acid in the blood, and dietary and lifestyle changes are suggested.