Joint Health

A joint is a connection between two bones. It allows the parts of the body like elbows, hips, knees, fingers and toes to bend or move. Some tissues like cartilage, ligaments, and joint tissues enable the free movement of the bones without friction or pain. However, due to too much pressure, the joint can damage causing different disorders or diseases. Joint health must be prioritized to prevent future health problems. The best way to prevent these problems is to take care of the joints. Keep the muscles, ligaments, and bones stable and strong. 

Joint health symptoms 

When the cartilage and bones are damaged, the muscles weaken too. This causes the joint to become unstable. The joint may increasingly change its shape and deformities can develop.

Rheumatoid affects the lining of the joint. It causes swelling, pain and deformities.  Another deformity is the knobby fingers.  Bony bumps on the small joints of the finger can interfere with hand function.

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