Arthritis Care

Arthritis in short 

Arthritis means "inflammation of joint".

Types of Arthritis 

There are nine types of Arthritis but the common types that are affected the majority of the population.
  • Osteoarthritis 

The bones of your joints are covered with a smooth, spongy material called cartilage. It cushions the bones and allows the joint to move without pain. Osteoarthritis causes wear-and-tear damage to a joint's cartilage and makes the bones rub against each other resulting in pain and inflammation of joints.

It can also cause the deterioration of the connective tissues that hold joints together and attach muscles to the bone. 

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
It is an auto-immune disease where our immune system mistakenly attacks the lining of the joint capsule, a tough membrane that encloses all the joint parts and causes joint lining to swell. The inflammation can eventually spread across and damage cartilage and bone within the joint.
  • Gout
It is a severely painful condition due to improper detoxification of blood resulting in the accumulation of more uric acid and impurities in the blood. This accumulation’s in blood forms needle-like crystals in the joints that cause marked inflammation with swelling and severe pain.

Causes for Arthritis 

  • Degeneration of cartilage
Improper blood circulation to joints: Proper blood circulation to bones and joints happens when there is a physical movement of joints. We do very little physical activity and movement of joints in a sophisticated and busy lifestyle resulting inefficient blood circulation to joints.
  • Calcium deficiency and thyroid disorder

The parathyroid gland and calcitonin hormone from the thyroid gland regulate the calcium level in the blood. Cells called osteoclasts in the bone releases calcium from bone to blood. Whenever calcium level is low in the bloodstream, parathyroid hormone release is triggered and calcium from osteoclasts cells of bone is released to blood.

Similarly, whenever the blood calcium level is high parathyroid hormone release is suppressed and the thyroid gland releases a hormone called calcitonin that slows down the activity of osteoclasts.

So, in the conditions of calcium deficiency and improper functioning of thyroid glands release of calcium from osteoclasts cells from bone to blood is not controlled resulting in degeneration

  • Less exposure to sunrays

Calcium is properly digested and absorbed by the body through the hormone called 1,25D3. This hormone is formed from Vitamin D. Sunrays being the important source of Vitamin D, less exposure to sunrays results in Vitamin D deficiency. 

Thus Vitamin D deficiency leads to improper digestion of calcium. This improperly digested calcium from blood get settles in bone and affects it in different ways.
  • Autoimmune diseases
The human body's immune system guards against viruses and bacteria. In autoimmune conditions, the autoantibodies released by the immune system mistakes part of our body considering it to be foreign and attacks the healthy cells. If it targets the joints, then it results in rheumatoid arthritis.

Though there is no proven cause identified for autoimmune condition, various studies show that high intake of Junk/westernized food, GMO crop foods, A1 milk from genetically modified cows and frequent anti-biotic consumption is the cause for autoimmune disease.

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