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Arthrosis Pain Relief

What is Arthrosis Pain

It is a commonly found joint disease which occurs due to degeneration and damage to articular cartilage. The bone surface is attached with cartilage which prevents bones from rubbing against each other. It is usually known to affect mostly older people. Even young people can develop the disease. Before the age of 45 years, more men compared to women suffer from arthrosis, whereas, after 45 years of age, the disease is more common in women. Also, it is more likely to occur in overweight people.

Cartilage is a hard and slippery tissue which covers the bones at joints. Bones are able to move effortlessly over one another because of healthy cartilage. After loss of cartilage and constant rubbing of bones against each other, the joints lose their shapes. Small bits of bone floating within the joint may cause even more damage and pain.

People suffering from arthrosis experience restricted movement and joint pain. Skin tissues are not affected in arthrosis unlike other types of arthritis.

Arthrosis starts in your body when protein constituents start undergoing change. The body makes an attempt to repair the situation by increasing cartilage cells but the end result is that the cartilage loses its smooth surface which, in turn, causes joint pain.

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Treatment plans generally include rest, and patients are also made aware how to understand the signals produced by their bodies. That way, they know when they should slow down to prevent the arthrosis situation from aggravating. Proper sleep is vital for every treatment plan, though getting the same may be somewhat difficult due to pain and stiffness. Those who are finding it difficult to sleep, may try some relaxation techniques to reduce stress. Even medications can be provided at the right time to ensure proper sleep.

Patients with severe symptoms use canes to provide relief to their joints. Some people also use splints and braces to get extra support for their joints. It should be made sure that splints are not used for prolonged periods otherwise muscles and joints may become weak and stiff.

Application of heat and cold or both is very useful in treating joint pain. Patients can apply heat in many ways through shower, hot packs or with warm towels. These methods improve the blood flow and provide relief from stiffness and pain. Even cold packs can help reduce pain and inflammation by numbing the affected area. Other popular methods to provide relief from arthrosis pain are massage and Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.

Doctors also use medicines to eliminate or reduce inflammation and pain. The medicines are selected keeping in mind your medical history, other medicines being taken by you, probable side effects and degree of pain experienced by you. Some of the common medicines used to relieve arthrosis symptoms are Acetaminophen, NSAIDs (no steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), Corticosteroids and mild narcotic pain killers.

It is vital that you know everything about the medications you are taking because every medicine may have some side effects not known to you otherwise. Even if you are using medicines available without prescription, you still need to know about their negative effects.

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Article published January 27th, 2010 - Arthrosis Pain Relief

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