Incurable Joint Pain?

Do you experience stiffness and pain from the moment you wake in the morning? Have you been reluctant to walk or head out due to intense knee pain? Is climbing a flight of stairs very demanding on your knees and muscles? If you have answered yes to any of these, you are not alone. Approximately 350 million people worldwide have some form of joint disorder and these are some symptoms associated with it. Joint pain can have many possible causes, but it is usually a result of overuse, sudden injury or inflammation. For seniors, joint pain that worsens progressively is usually a sign of joint degeneration. It may happen for any joint in the body, majority feels it in the knees. Joint pain can be so severe that it interferes with a person’s ability to perform routine tasks and day-to-day activities. There are several remedy options in the market, but most sufferers tend to experience repeated joint pain, which can even worsen over the time. Without targeting the root causes, it is impossible to bring the pain to an end.

What causes incurable joint pain?

A joint is the connection between bones in the body and is made up of five tissues: bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, synovium and synovial fluid. Joint movement is made possible with the help of muscles attached across the joint. A lifetime of walking, exercising and moving can take a toll on joint structures and muscles, leading to pain, stiffness and a limited range of movement. These can make day-to-day activities like bending over to tie your shoelace, rising from a chair or taking short walks difficult. Hence, heathy joints and muscle are imperative for maintaining joint flexibility and mobility

Structure of a joint

Since a joint consists of multiple tissues, injury or damage to any of these tissues will lead to joint discomfort, including pain, stiffness, swelling and also a clicking or grinding sensation

Possible root causes of joint pain:

Cartilage damage

Cartilage is a flexible, rubbery connective tissue that covers the ends of bones, giving cushion and creating alow-friction environment at the joint surface. It also protects the joint against weight-bearing stress. Aging, lifetime walking, vigorous sports and overweight can result in cartilage damage. This wear and tear can ultimately lead to cartilage loss in the joints, this condition is known as osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis can cause severe pain, inflammation and some extent of disability. This type of cartilage damage typically happens in the knee, but it can also occur in other joints in the elbow, wrist, ankle, shoulder and hip.

Tendon injury

A tendon is a connective tissue that connects muscle to bone. It serves to move the bone and is capable of withstanding tension. Aging, repetitive movement, overuse, over stretching and activities such as golfing and shovelling can cause tendon injury. It typically manifests into pain, stiffness, tenderness, redness, warmth and/or swelling or loss of strength at the affected area. The pain and stiffness may become more severe during the night or first thing in the morning

Ligament injury

A ligament is a connective tissue that attaches bone to bone. It usually serves to hold structures together and keep them stable. A sharp change in direction, wrong landing from a jump or a blunt force to the knee(from a football tackle)can cause ligament injury. Ligament injuries often result in sudden and severe pain, rapid swelling in the immediate 24 hours after the injury, a feeling of looseness in the joint and/or inability to put weight on the joint without pain

Repair of cartilage, tendons and ligaments remains a challenge because these tissues have poor healing capacity. When these structures are injured, surgical intervention may be required. If you are looking for a drug-free approach without invasive surgical procedure,FlexC Care Transdermal Bioactive Peptide Serum is the answer.

Inflammation of joint tissues

Having a history of trauma or injury, over use of joints or abnormal immune response can cause joint inflammation. This is akin to a slow spreading fire; it needs to be put out before rebuilding can begin. Likewise, it is important to manage inflammation so that our joints and muscles can begin the regeneration process and heal. This is the first and most important step to break the vicious cycle of chronic pain.

Muscle pain

Not just at the joints, muscle aches are extremely common. Almost everyone has experienced muscle discomfort at some point. Because there are muscle tissues in almost all parts of the body, this type of pain, including muscle spasms and cramps, can be felt in most parts of the body. The most common causes of muscle aches are tension, stress, overuse and minor injuries while engaging in physically demanding work or exercise

Possible root causes of muscle discomfort:

Muscle injury is the common cause of muscle discomfort which includes pain, weakness, bruising, swelling, spasms and cramps.

  1. Overuse injury –often seen in athletes who compete or engage in sports such as hockey, football, soccer, boxing.
  2. Repetitive motion injury –often seen in people who engage in repetitive tasks such as data entry typists or heavy manual laborers.
  3. Muscle strains, pulls or tears –this can be caused by accident, falls, sudden twisting motions and athletic activities.
  4. Improper warm up and cool down –common cause of muscle strains in athletes
  5. Poor posture –unnatural body positions can strain the muscles, e.g. leaning on one leg, slouching in a chair, wearing high heels etc.

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Recurring joint and muscle pain constantly jeopardize the quality of life, especially for seniors. To completely eradicate the discomfort, a multi-prong solution that targets the root causes of the pain is a must. FlexC CARE Transdermal Bioactive Peptides Serum is the ultimate solution that gives a glimmer of hope to millions of sufferers throughout the world. Formulated with proprietary Bioactive Peptides and Mentha arvensis(mint), FlexC CARE repairs and rebuilds injured or damaged connective tissues. At the same it, it also targets inflammation, providing fast and long-lasting relief to joint and muscle pain!