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Arthritis – Types And Symptoms

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Arthritis is a disorder which affects joints and it reveals itself through a lot of symptoms like joint pain, inflammation and stiffness in joints.

The patient will be literally crippled, says Ramachandran, a medical practitioner. ``Patients will suffer from extreme pain and they can only have limited movements of joints. The patient should be confident enough to face the situation and s/he should cooperate with the treatment. They had to follow the diets and exercises prescribed by the physician without fail, if they want to escape the clutches of this ailment,’’ he adds.

There are many factors that lead to this ailment. Old age, obesity etc can lead to the disease and the patient has to strictly follow the weight management diets and exercises apart from the medication. There are different types of arthritis, named rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis etc.

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis affects children below 16 years and it can affect any joints in the body. One should not treat it lightly because the disease may affect the internal organs too. It can also lead to growth problems in children. arthritis ayurvedic treatmentoffers various therapies to cure all kinds of arthritis and it has proved effective in many.


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