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Joint pain and its causes

The joints provide support and help us move. Any injury or illness of the joints can impede our movement and cause a lot of pain. When we think of the joint pain causes, most people immediately think of age, too much exercise, injuries, and arthritis.

 

Why do joint pain occurs?

Joint stiffness may be mild and only impact the mobility for a brief period of time each morning or after sitting for extended periods of time, but it can also be severe and affect our mobility. In some cases, pain and inflammation may accompany the joint stiffness.

 

Many different conditions can lead to painful joints, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains, sprains and other injuries. Joint pain is extremely common. However, painful joints occur more frequently with age.

 

Joint pain can go away after a few weeks (acute) or last for weeks or months (chronic). Short-term pain and swelling in the joints can also affect the quality of our life. Regardless of the cause of joint pain, it can usually be managed with medication, physical therapy or alternative therapies. Joint mobility can be affected by other lifestyle factors, such as diet and weight.

Possible Cause #1 Lack of exercise

Being active is one of the most important things we can do to prevent joint pain and arthritis. I know it may sound confusing, since movement often causes joint pain, so why do it? And the answer is – sedentary lifestyle weakens our muscles. Exercise strengthens the muscles near the joints, therefore increases the range of motion and mobility.

Possible Cause #2 Lack of exercise

Being active is one of the most important things we can do to prevent joint pain and arthritis. I know it may sound confusing, since movement often causes joint pain, so why do it? And the answer is – sedentary lifestyle weakens our muscles. Exercise strengthens the muscles near the joints, therefore increases the range of motion and mobility.

Possible cause #3 Smoking

We all know that  smoking has many negative health effects. We also should add the joint pain to the list! Cigarettes affect the body’s blood system and prevent nutrients from reaching muscles and joints. Because our muscles protect the joints, they are more susceptible to pain when they are not receiving proper nutrients. Smokers experience back pain and neck pain more common, due to the smokers cough symptom.

Possible cause #4 Depression

Depression is defined as sadness. It is not interested in daily activities, weight loss or weight gain, insomnia or excessive sleep, low energy levels or inability to concentrate. Studies show that depression lowers pain tolerance level and impairs one’s ability to cope with pain. There is a theory in development that inflammation can be directly linked to depression.

Possible cause #5  – Lack of collagen

The joints connect the bones and help us perform movements (walking, running). They are made up of cartilage, tendons, ligaments and synovial fluid, which offers support to the joints. There are many joints in the human body, and each supports the type of movement we associate with normal activity. Throughout our lives, we are constantly moving, putting pressure on our joints, and as we age, this can affect the cartilage and damage it, which leads to discomfort.

The key fact: 70% of the joints is collagen, a fibrous protein that gives the body strength and structure. Collagen is actually a key structural component of cartilage. Therefore, maintaining a sufficient level of collagen is essential for maintaining healthy and flexible joints.

Collagen plays an important role in joint health.

 

Collagen JointCare with the addition of Camu Camu and rosehip, which are rich in vitamin C, contributes to better joint mobility. Vitamin C is needed the formation of collagen and the normal functioning of the cartilage, and rosehip also helps with joint mobility.

Collagen is a very important connective tissue in the human body, as it is essential for body’s elasticity and strength. It is found mainly in the skin, hair, nails, cartilage, bones and muscles.

  • Fortigel is a patented formula of hydrolysed collagen type 2. Collagen type 2 is found in the body mainly in cartilage. This formula contains small collagen particles that are easily absorbed into the body.
  • MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) is a source of sulphur. Sulphur is a molecule present in proteins.
  • Camu camu berry powder is extremely rich in vitamin C. Vitamin C plays is needed for the formation of collagen and the normal functioning of cartilage.
  • Rosehip is an herb that helps improve joint mobility.

Collagen JointCare

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PREMIUM COLLAGEN TO SUPPORT HEALTHY JOINTS AND CARTILAGE
  • Patented Fortigel® collagen formula with the proven effect!
  • Helps improve joint mobility
  • Protects joints from injury
  • Hydrolysed collagen for optimal absorption
  • With added superfoods for best results!
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