Arthritis Joint Pain + BONUS Colon Health Digital Version Downloadable - No Shipping or Handling Fee! Introduction by Author Dear Friend, Arthritis pain can be intense and unrelenting. While pain is generally considered the worse symptom of arthritis, some forms of arthritis are more painful than others. Pain can be the result of joint fatigue and/or inflammation of the membrane around the joints, tendons and ligaments. Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout are the three most common forms. So let's take a quick look at each of these: Osteoarthritis (OA): is believed to be caused by the gradual wear on the body's joints. It tends to affect the weight bearing joints. These include the knees, ankles, hands, arms, and hips. Generally it goes undetected until the later stages, when much of the joint cartilage is already gone. It's the rubbing of bone against bone that creates the pain. The cushion provided by the cartilage is either worn down to a point where it's no long effective, or it no longer exists. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA): is different in that the body's own immune system attacks the joint tissue. Why this happens is still largely unknown in medical circles. Symptoms include inflammation, pain, stiffness, weakness, and often a deforming of the joints. It begins in the hands, wrists and feet, and advances to the shoulders, elbows and hips. This is a chronic disease that can potentially cause complete debility of the joints. Gout: is identifiable by the high level of pain affecting a single joint. It generally occurs in the big toe, with symptoms that include intense pain, swelling, stiffness, and a warm feeling. The exact cause is unknown; although deposits of crystals are believe to be involved. While cartilage itself does not cause pain – it has no nerve endings to transmit pain signals -- the irritation of other tissues in and around the affected joints does. This is particularly true in the case of Rheumatoid Arthritis. Unfortunately, pain and stiffness similar to the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis can be caused by many other conditions, such as injury or infection. Only a medical professional can identify the true source of joint pain. In this ebook, you will know more about arthritis and what to do about it. Arthritis Joint Pain + Colon Health These eBooks package Worth $34 Today's price $3.99
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Arthritis Joint Pain + BONUS Colon Health
Digital Version Downloadable - No Shipping or Handling Fee!

Introduction by Author

Dear Friend,

Arthritis pain can be intense and unrelenting.
While pain is generally considered the worse symptom of arthritis,
some forms of arthritis are more painful than others.

Pain can be the result of joint fatigue and/or inflammation of the
membrane around the joints, tendons and ligaments.

Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout are the three most common
forms. So let's take a quick look at each of these:

Osteoarthritis (OA): is believed to be caused by the gradual wear on the body's
joints. It tends to affect the weight bearing joints. These include the knees,
ankles, hands, arms, and hips. Generally it goes undetected until the later
stages, when much of the joint cartilage is already gone. It's the rubbing of
bone against bone that creates the pain. The cushion provided by the cartilage
is either worn down to a point where it's no long effective, or it no longer exists.

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA): is different in that the body's own immune system
attacks the joint tissue. Why this happens is still largely unknown in medical
circles. Symptoms include inflammation, pain, stiffness, weakness, and often
a deforming of the joints. It begins in the hands, wrists and feet, and advances
to the shoulders, elbows and hips. This is a chronic disease that can
potentially cause complete debility of the joints.

Gout: is identifiable by the high level of pain affecting a single joint.
It generally occurs in the big toe, with symptoms that include intense pain,
swelling, stiffness, and a warm feeling. The exact cause is unknown; although
deposits of crystals are believe to be involved.

While cartilage itself does not cause pain – it has no nerve endings to transmit
pain signals -- the irritation of other tissues in and around the affected joints
does. This is particularly true in the case of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Unfortunately, pain and stiffness similar to the symptoms of Rheumatoid
Arthritis can be caused by many other conditions, such as injury or infection.
Only a medical professional can identify the true source of joint pain.

In this ebook, you will know more about arthritis and what to do about it.

Arthritis Joint Pain + Colon Health
These eBooks package Worth $34

Today's price $3.99

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