What is Joint Pain ?
Joint pain can have causes that aren’t due to underlying disease. Examples include overuse such as heavy physical activity, lack of use, sprains or strains
Ayurveda View Joint Paint
According to Ayurveda, there are two reasons for joint pain; vata-related or ama-related. Firstly, vata-related joint pain is by aggravating one’s vata or air-dominant dosha. This weakens circulation, metabolism, and the capability to effectively digest food.
what is the cause of Joint Pain?
The most common causes of chronic pain in joints are: Osteoarthritis, a common type of arthritis, happens over time when the cartilage, the protective cushion in between the bones, wears away. The joints become painful and stiff. Osteoarthritis develops slowly and usually occurs during middle age
Symptoms of Joint Pain
- joint redness,
- joint swelling,
- joint tenderness,
- joint warmth,
- locking of the joint,
- loss of range of motion of the joint,
Ayurvedic Treatment of Joint Pain
Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric. It works by blocking the substances that cause inflammation and helps reduce cartilage damage. It may offer relief by reducing pain signals in the body.
Home Remedies for Joint Pain
Exercising regularly may help to decrease pain and increase mobility and flexibility without causing joint damage. Low-impact activities, ice packs and pain medications may also help