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Some Facts and Myths About Joint Pain

Most people believe just because you experience joint pain that you have arthritis, myth or fact?  A rheumatoid arthritis sufferer, living in a cold climate, decides to move to warmer weather to improve their medical condition, does it work?  These are just a few examples of what people think or believe when it comes to joint pain.  Let’s take a look at some these and a few others to get them straight.

When it comes to joint pain and arthritis, it does not mean you have arthritis just because you have joint pain. It’s a myth.  There are m (...read more)

 

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This is good product, featuring a blend of all-natural ingredients designed to support joint health. However, it falls short of our top product because it does not have a wide range of ingredients to target inflammation and pain (click h (...read more)

 

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Understanding Joint Pain and Some of its Causes

Joint pain can be annoying.  The constant achiness not only is reason for restricting movement but it can be mentally challenging as well.  Joint pain can be caused from a number of things, including the most common arthritis.  Arthritis is a disease that affects the joint, but it isn’t the only cause for joint pain.  Joint pain can b (...read more)

 

Joint Pain, Arthritis, and Obesity’s Role

Being overweight can cause a multitude of medical problems and one of the most common is joint pain.  Having excess weight can also cause arthritis, especially in the weight bearing joints, the hips, knees and ankles.  It should be a priority to maintain a healthy weight so you may avoid joint pain and arthritis.

Being overweight causes stress on the joints.  It can also reduce blood flow to the joint, and over time lead to arthritis and other kinds of medical conditions.  Joint pain is characterized by redness, swelling, pain (...read more)