Arthritis - The Incredible Pain In Your Joints

By: kevinp
This disease can affect anyone and at any age. There is no age barrier for having such kind of disease. It immobilizes the person in all the way it could. There is continuous pain, stiffening and swelling of joints which can be from the group of more than 100 rheumatic diseases. Arthritis can affect any part of the body and it is very severe making it impossible for the people to lead a normal life.

This disease target areas are the joints and causes major damage to it. It shows the inflammation to your joints which is very painful. The joint pain which one faces is referred to as arthalgia. There are different forms of arthritis which even includes injury which leads to osteoarthritis, inheritance, infections and many other reasons which may be very much unknown.

It usually affects the joints, ligaments, muscles; cartilage, tendons and any other part of the body which can be easily affected buy this disease. This disease is affected purely based on the individual's strength and weaknesses. These conditions can easily weaken you and could even lead to life-threatening conditions and the ability to affect most parts of your body.

Some of the very common signs which can be easily noticed are the stiffness, swelling, redness and a warm feeling. As it affects the joints the functions of the same becomes very limited. The other common signs are fever, weight loss, fatigue and feeling of tiredness.

These joints are very sensitive to weather changes. It is understood that the sensitivity may be caused by the development of the extra nerve endings with the intention to protect the joint from any further damage. It is also noticed that arthritis including fever are called septic arthritis and urgent medical attention is needed.
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