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All You Need to Know About Joint Health

Paying attention to joint health helps keep you flexible and active. Otherwise, joint inflammation, pain, and stiffness may develop and interfere with your daily activities. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to keep your joints functioning well. You can add more anti-inflammatory foods to your diet, exercise regularly, or take supplements for joints specifically tailored to your needs.

Why Is Joint Health Important?

Joints allow movement between two bones and can be stable or mobile. The shoulder, hip, knee, and spinal joints are mobile joints that allow motions such as rotation, bending, or twisting. A protective fibrous tissue called cartilage helps the joint glide without friction during movement. Age, overuse, inactivity, joint injury, infection, poor nutrition and genetics (genes you inherit from your parents) are factors that can lead to degeneration (worn joints), chronic inflammation, and pain. Inflammatory joint disorders such as osteoarthritis, gout or rheumatoid arthritis may also develop.

Signs of Joint Problems

Signs or symptoms of something is wrong with your joints to include:

  • Joint pain, redness, swelling, or tenderness
  • Joint stiffness or weakness
  • Trouble bearing weight
  • Joint locking or loss of range of motion
  • Grinding or clicking sounds during movement

How to Maintain Joint Health and Function

The following lifestyle habits can help reduce the risk of joint inflammation, worn cartilage, pain, injury, arthritis, and limited mobility.

Good Nutrition

A healthy, balanced diet provides vital nutrients to strengthen your bones and joints and reduce the risks of developing inflammatory joint diseases such as osteoarthritis or gout. In addition, eating healthy helps you maintain the right body weight and limit stress on your weight-bearing joints. The right nutrients include calcium, vitamin D, vitamin C, and Omega-3 fatty acids. Foods rich in antioxidants, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, help reduce inflammation and slow down cartilage damage. Ginger, turmeric (curcumin), and Boswellia serrata plants and their extracts are also rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds.

Exercise

Staying active and doing range-of-motion exercises are important for your joints. Exercise also helps strengthen the muscles and ligaments around the joint. Doctors recommend you continue to exercise even if you experience symptoms of unhealthy joints such as pain or have arthritis. People with arthritis should do low-impact or joint-friendly exercises such as walking or biking. This can help manage pain and improve their quality of life, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Joint Support Supplements

The Arthritis Foundation encourages you to supplement your diet to get the nutrients that may be missing in your meals. Supplements can be pharmaceutical, natural, or herbal like Genuwell Joint Health by Kondor Pharma. This particular joint supplement is a pill made with the Ayurvedic herb Boswellia serrata (Indian Frankincense). Studies have shown that boswellic acids have anti-inflammation and anti-arthritic abilities that can fight joint inflammation and symptoms of knee osteoarthritis such as swelling, joint pain, and limited flexibility. It may also help improve the overall health of your joints.

Kondor Pharma Herbal Supplement for Joints

At Kondor Pharma, we are committed to helping you maintain healthy joints through natural supplements that are clinically proven to reduce inflammation and increase flexion. If you’re curious about Genuwell™ for Joint Health, please check out the hyperlink provided or contact us at info@kondorpharma.com or call us at +1-800-892-6981 for more information.

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