Joint Pain


Arthritis is a disease that causes inflammation to the joints, which can eventually cause them to stiffen up and become completely immobile.

This can have many negative effects, including pain when moving the joint. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, and it's known to worsen with age. The most common symptom associated with arthritis is pain, but it can also cause joint stiffness and swelling.

Arthritis and joint pain can affect people of all ages, including children and older adults. Arthritis sufferers typically experience stiffness in the morning, stiffness that gets worse during the day, fatigue, and swelling of their joints.

Joint pain can limit a person's range of motion and ability to perform daily activities such as walking or dressing oneself.

Arthritis and joint pain can be managed with medication, or by lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. cold compresses to ease inflammation, heat, and physical therapy.

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