Rheumatoid Arthritis Is an
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Of all the various types of
arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis is said to be the most
debilitating. With more than 2 million individuals affected by
rheumatoid arthritis in the
United States alone, science has yet to discover a cure for this
painful disease. We do know that rheumatoid arthritis is more
common in females, and the onset can occur from age 25 and
rheumatoid arthritis does affect men . . . and children can even be
diagnosed with this form of arthritis.
The first sign of rheumatoid
arthritis usually occurs in the hands and feet. Swelling, stiffness, redness and
sometimes deformity occur at the afflicted site. If one ankle or hand is affected,
typically the other ankle or hand will soon follow. As it
progresses, the shoulders, neck, jaw and other joints of the body
Individuals with rheumatoid
arthritis may suffer with a host of ailments. These can include
inflammation, weakness in the muscles around the arthritic joints,
inflammation of tear ducts, stiffness, loss of motion, tiredness
and a general sense of feeling unwell. Rheumatoid arthritis can
also affect the lining of the heart and lungs.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an
autoimmune disease. For some unknown reason, the immune system
(which aids our bodies in fighting off toxins and other harmful
substances in the body) starts attacking the tissues which line the
joints. It is important that anyone with rheumatoid arthritis takes
steps to boost their immune system. This can be done with many
dietary supplements, as well as a proper diet.
Rheumatoid arthritis affects
everyone differently, and the severity of each case is unique to
each individual. Flare ups may come and go in some individuals.
Others may live with the pain of rheumatoid arthritis on a daily
basis. While there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, no one
should throw in the towel. With prescription medication, dietary
supplements, and a proper diet many are finding they are able to
control and stave off much of the pain and debilitation of
Research continues on
arthritis. One day the cure for rheumatoid arthritis will be
uncovered. Until then, follow the advice of your physician and stay
up to date on the newest prescription and natural medicines which
are on the market, and never give up hope.
Resources may be of interest to Arthritis
1. I Cured My Arthritis, YOU CAN TOO!
2. Arthritis Free in One
3. Advanced Back Pain
4. Treat Chronic Arthritis
Without Drugs Or Surgery