What are damaged joints?
Joints get damaged due to several reasons like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, injuries and also due to repeated hemorrhage around the joint cavity. Over usage of joints also leads to damaged joints. Joint damage mainly occurs in the synovium and the cartilage. The joints that usually get damaged are the elbows, knees and ankles. People with damaged joints have symptoms like pain during movements, grating sound of joints, joint stiffness, tenderness around the joints and so on.
5 daily activities with description
Our joints encounter huge amount of stress and are at an increased risk of wear and tear. Though the wear and tear of joints is common with aging but few factors like over usage or repeated usage of joints may also damage the joints. Here is the list of 5 daily activities which can damage our joints.
Intense exercises during pain – many people tend to continue doing exercises even in pain, which can damage the joints. Our body give us signal through pain that the area is tender and when we put more pressure on the same area it will naturally collapse. Most of the sport injuries lead to joint damage due to the continuous pressure on the affected areas.
Doing repeated activities – doing the same activity often increase the stress on that particular area. Doing repeated things and over use of joints leads to joint damage. Walking in the same pattern or cycling increase the risk joint damages.
Carrying heavy things – carrying heavy things increase the pressure and stress on joints, which can further damage the joints. People who whose professions include standing for longer periods and lifting heavy weights are at an increased risk of joint damages. People who are obese or heavy weight are also prone to joint damaged as their heavy weight increase pressure on joints.
Injuries due to falling – people must look out where they are walking to avoid falls and injuries. Fractures, twisted ankle and joint injuries due to fall can damage joints. In order to protect your joints it is very important to avoid injuries and also wearing perfect shoes also helps in protecting your joints.
Warm up before staring exercises – warm up is very useful in losing the tight and stiff joints. Stiff and tight joints are more prone to damages. It is also crucial to start your exercises slowly, sudden start of intense exercises can lead to injuries.
How Homeopathy helps to treat joint damages?
Homeopathy treatment for joint damages works wonderfully in reducing the swelling, pain and inflammation. Though the joint damages cannot be reverted, homeopathy treatment works efficiently in halting further damaging of joints. Homeopathic remedies for joint damages are made using natural substances and are safe to use for all age groups. Homeopathy treatment not just focuses on joint damage but also focuses on improving overall wellbeing of individuals. Homeopathy remedies are free from side effects and effective.