Our body is resting on a framework of bones called a skeleton. The place where 2 bones meet we have a joint. Surrounding the two bones and the joint we have cartilage that works as a cushion and separates the bones so that the bones do not collide.
Surrounding the joints and the cartilage we have a synovial fluid, a thick liquid that cushions the ends of the bones and reduces friction when we move our joints. Besides these we have connective tissues, the tissues which join bone to bone are called ligaments, and which join bone to muscle are called tendons.
As we grow and reach the age of nearly 40 to 45 years joint problems start to bother us, like spondylitis, knee joint, back pain, and pain in other joints. Sometimes the pain is due to some injury that we had in the past.
At this stage cartilage that separates the two bones starts to get worn out, synovial fluid gets dries up, tendons and ligaments become weak and calcium also becomes deficient.
In the beginning, when the problem surfaces, we tend to ignore it and tolerate it, or we take some painkillers and eventually the practitioners advise us to go for knee replacement.
Knee replacement operation is not only cumbersome but there is no guarantee if this would give you the desired results. The other option we have is to become more conscious as soon as the problem starts and cater to it.
If we remove the causes of joint pain systematically, we will be able to overcome it. First of all, if the cartilage is regenerated, synovium fluid is revived, strength is given to tendons and ligaments, and calcium deficiency is met we can overcome joint pain. By taking supplements related to joints we can restore the strength of the joints.
For supplements, I would recommendOrthomega of Ok Lifecare private limited. It is a simple targeted product for all the problems related to joints. It is organic and it has the ingredients for every deficiency in the joints like:
- Glucosamine – for generation of the cartilage
- Omega 3,6,9 – for making synovial fluid
- Calcium with D3 – calcium for bone density and D3 for absorption of calcium in the body
- Collagen Peptide – For giving strength do tendons and ligaments
- Bosavillia Serrata – This is a natural painkillerand also has anti-inflammatory properties
- Curcumin – it is found in turmeric. it is anti-inflammatory as well as an antioxidant.
- Rosehip extract – rich source of vitamin C
Sometimes, due to some problems in the kidney, the uric acid gets accumulated. Uric acid can be accumulated in the kidney and other parts of the body like joints and this is also one other major reason for the damage of joints which can lead to pain. To remove uric acid, we can take uric acid, a product from OK Lifecare.
To remove joint pain, we must make some proactive changes in our lifestyle also add light exercises like walking and yoga. We must keep making movements or else, our bones will become stiff and we will not be able to walk again.
Proper intake of nutritious food and a balanced diet cut down on junk food, fat, salt, and sugar consumption. Consumption of alcohol should also be avoided.
In case the uric acid is high, we should try to turn to a vegetarian diet and take meals on time as late intake of food is the main reason for high uric acid. We can take peanut butter, low-fat cheese, skimmed milk, vegetables, fruits, eggs, nuts, and green tea to reduce uric acid.
For back pain and muscle pain, we have to ascertain that it is joint pain or muscular pain because muscular pain can be treated by simply taking calcium and protein as calcium is in muscles also and protein is required for cell building.
For joint health foremost factor is weight, if you are overweight then you must reduce your weight before no joint treatment can proceed correctly as being overweight can adversely affect your joint health.
Take care of your joints in the initial stage, so you can save your joints and lead a healthy life because joint means movement, and without movement, we cannot lead a happy life.
Disclaimer – The tips given in this article are for informational purposes only. It does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your dietitian and medical health practitioner before making any changes to your diet or before taking any supplements.
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