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To the legions of joint pain sufferers the tart cherry is a welcome natural relief. Many do not want to take prescription joint pain medication due to the unhealthy side efforts reported just a few years ago. Tart cherries help to reduce joint pain due to arthritis.
This E-book will give a short theoretical exposition of the anatomy of the neck and the reasons why stress in the neck can occur. But the most important aim is how we can relax our neck as well as possible with simple techniques and little time.
While most people that suffer from the most severe forms of Osteoarthritis are age 60 or higher, this particular disease begins it's disabling affects before then. As stated earlier, it is a "degenerative" disease, therefore it's effects to our bodies happen over a span of a lifetime. However, some people as young as 25 can experience the same pain as someone 65 in age.
Sports injuries are a common occurrence in professional sports as well as in leisure time sporting activities. Athletes and sports enthusiasts many times endure intense training programs in order to perform at an optimal level. When athletes sustain an injury, many times they find themselves unprepared for the physical and mental setbacks that come with the recovery process.
Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by the gradual loss of the normal density of bone. This condition causes bones to become porous, which in turn becomes weak and brittle increasing the risk of fractures. It is often referred to as the silent disease because there are rarely symptoms of pain and it manifests itself gradually.
Most people have experienced joint pain at some point in their lives, some more severely than others. It can be very difficult and frustrating to cope with, especially when it hampers your ability to perform daily activities. Simple tasks like getting out of bed or brushing your hair can be exhausting and aggravate the pain even more. Depending on the cause of the symptoms of joint pain, you may experience it for a relatively short period of time or it may trouble you for the rest of your life.
When ligaments and tendons in the carpal tunnel become swollen and inflamed, they squeeze against the median nerve. This type of pressure on the nerve can injure the hand, causing pain or numbness. Sometimes, carpal tunnel syndrome can even be triggered by one's job, and people with this condition often experience difficulty performing simple functions such as fastening buttons, turning keys or unscrewing bottle tops.
Bursitis refers to the irritation or inflammation of a bursa, which is a small fluid-filled sac that acts as a gliding surface to minimize friction between the tissues of the body, most commonly at joints. There are more than 150 bursae in the body that cushion and lubricate areas where the bones, muscles, and tendons move across one another.
Arthritis is a group of conditions that causes pain and inflammation to joint cartilage in the body. Joints are the areas where two bones meet such as the knee, hip, shoulder or elbow. They allow our bodies to move in many different ways. Damage to the joints can result in joint weakness, instability, decreased movement and visible deformities.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful condition affecting the hand and wrist. The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway made up of bones and ligaments at the base of your hand. This tunnel contains the median nerve and tendons of the thumb and fingers.