Monday, November 14, 2011

Beware of joint health

In addition to bones, joints that act as shock absorbers should also be considered health, so that we remain active in their daily activities.

Osteoarthritis is a joint disease that is often found that can cause disability, this occurs mainly in old age. However, it can also be found in people who are relatively young, as influenced by other factors such as the many activities (eg standing, walking, running and jumping) and obesity. Osteoarthritis (OA) or often referred to as calcification of the joints is a state where there is damage to joint cartilage. This cartilage serves as a cushion that serves to shock absorbers when two vertebrae are in conflict when our joints moving. If this is ignored then it would be very disturbing, if there is movement of the two vertebrae will feel pain.

People often do not feel the damage to this bone damage because they travel clinic is running very slow.

How to prevent?

To slow the process of joint destruction, there are several nutrients that our bodies must be met, ie containing the nutrients glucosamine. Prevention programs aimed at avoiding the emergence of OA, as well as slowing down the cartilage damage.

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