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Joint Pain & Inflammation Relief

Joint pain and inflammation are inextricably linked. Most people experience joint pain to varying degrees at some point in their lives. This is completely normal considering the everyday wear and tear that we put our joints through. Yet, when this pain becomes persistent (chronic), then the condition is usually referred to as arthritis. The word ‘arthritis’ is originally from the Greek ‘arthro-’ (joint) and ‘-itis’ (inflammation). Contrary to popular belief, arthritis is not a new condition or one that is solely associated with old age. It can affect people of all ages and is possibly one of the oldest health concerns known to humankind.

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Joint Pain & Inflammation Info

Most people experience joint pain to varying degrees at some point in their lives. This is completely normal considering the everyday wear and tear that we put our joints through. Yet, when this pain becomes persistent (chronic), then the condition is usually referred to as arthritis.

The word ‘arthritis’ is originally from the Greek ‘arthro-’ (joint) and ‘-itis’ (inflammation). Contrary to popular belief, arthritis is not a new condition or one that is solely associated with old age. It can affect people of all ages and is possibly one of the oldest health concerns known to humankind. Fossilised Neanderthal remains from over 100 000 years ago have been analysed and evidence of arthritic-like conditions were discovered in their skeletal structures.

There are many different forms of arthritis (nearly 100 have been identified to date). The most common forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (inflammation occurring within the joint itself) rheumatoid arthritis (inflammation in peripheral joints like the hands,) psoriatic arthritis (affecting the skin around the joint). When a joint becomes infected, it is known as septic arthritis.

How ordinary joint pain progresses to arthritis is still not known, even after all these years of humans dealing with the condition. The pain from arthritis is due to inflammation that occurs in and around the joint itself. It is also believed that joint damage from previous afflictions and muscle strains caused by (often forceful) movements against stiff and painful joints are possible root causes of the condition. Hereditary factors may also play a role, and the majority of medical researchers agree that viral and bacterial infections appear to promote the inflammation associated with arthritis.

Check out or blog articles on joint pain & inflammation:

Joint Pain: Rein in the Inflammation, naturally

Glucosamine & Chondroitin for Joint Care 

Put a spring in your step: Maintaining joint flexibility 

Green Lipped Mussels: A Key to Curbing Inflammation, naturally 

Product Reviews

  • Joints Friend

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    I take one in the morning and one with lunch. My joints are happier and mobility is easier. It took a couple of months for full benefits.

    Lynne

    17/10/18

  • Choose carefully

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    This is a good product for arthritis however I was wanting turmeric for colonitis and enteritis and have chosen incorrectly.
    I do however have arthritis so nothings lost.
    My advice is to be informed, do the necessary research and get the correct form of a supplement for the condition you are wanting to assist. I emailed Good Healths naturopath and was advised of a better product for my particular issue.
    Thank you Health Post your provide a wonderful service.

    Hazel

    17/10/18

  • Works, but only to some extent

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    For me I found these better than the joint care pills that I had been taking, but they have not alleviated the pain in my elbows completely. It has helped, but I can stop taking them and it feels worse after a few days, so retaking them brings the pain down a bit more, but was hoping they would alleviate it. Might be time to try something else. Everyone is different and for me, not such a great outcome.

    Sue

    15/10/18

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