Rheumatoid arthritis in younger patients

By: Swit Milody

Arthritis - is one of the names of a number of diseases that cause inflammation, increase (swelling) and the pain. The pain of the joints is associated with arthritis, usually is accompanied by the swelling around the joint and changes the appearance of the joint.

Symptoms of arthritis have its types; for example there are several types of arthritis. Each of them has its own characteristics that distinguish it from others. The most common is osteoarthritis. There are several types of inflammatory arthritis: rheumatoid arthritis, gout and infectious arthritis.

Gout is a disease associated with metabolic disorders, often hereditary, and 9-10 times more common in men than in women. Gout attacks usually only on one joint often on the knees and elbows.

Osteoarthritis is an inflammatory arthritis, which usually begins slowly, over the months or the years. Most commonly affects on the joints of the knees, hips and the bones of your hand as I have mentioned above.

Rheumatoid arthritis occurs in younger patients and affects multiple joints, often the brush.

Osteoarthritis may be caused by various factors, including abrasion arthroplasty, which occurs over the time. In the elder people, the joints "are out" due to a permanent, long-term friction. Osteoarthritis is very typical in the elderly people. Rheumatoid arthritis is due to disruptions in the body's immune system. But the reason still is not discovered.

Gout is the result of continuously high levels of uric acid in your organism.

The symptoms of arthritis (osteoarthritis) may include swelling and changes in the structure of the joint, which can cause damage, pain and loss of joint function. Gout is characterized by an acute joint pain. The symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis include swelling, redness, pain and loss of function, as well as damage to the joint.

In some cases, especially in acute and significant development of the severity of arthritis, it may be accompanied by the symptoms as: fever, general malaise, and leucocytes.

The symptoms of arthritis mainly occur primarily in the interior mainly in the joint. The pathological process may spread to other structures of the joint: cartilage, bone epiphyses forming the joint, joint capsule, as well as periarticular tissues - ligaments, tendons and bags. There are several types of arthritis: monoartrit, two or three joints (oligoarthritis), and many joints (polyarthritis).

To support the joints and improve their condition, you can use various devices, tires, harnesses, armbands, support for the arch and heel which can reduce the load on the joints and relieve pain.

Exercise the joints. Physical activity (moderate, of course), reduces pain and makes joints more flexible and improves overall health. The number and type of load depends on what the joints are inflamed, and of course the degree of the disease. Talk to your doctor about the exercise types.

Try to reduce stress relax, listen to the pleasant music. Exercise is also very helpful to deal with the stress. If you suffer from excessive weight, you need to lose weight. Being overweight can cause pain in the knees and joints of the pelvis. Avoid alcoholic beverages and foods rich with the animal fats and proteins.

Causes of osteoarthritis are many, including the natural wear of joints. Taking care of your body weight control, regular exercise, avoiding stress and injury can delay the appearance of osteoarthritis. Losing even a few extra pounds can significantly reduce the load on the joints.

Sudden attacks of gout can be prevented in the following ways:

- Avoid alcohol;
- Follow a balanced diet;
- Control your weight;
- See your doctor regularly to monitor the level of uric acid.

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Swit Milody is an author for Arthritistreatment.biz, Best information provider on Provailen arthritis treatment. She has been writing articles on Symptoms of arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis ra since very long time.

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