Yoga For Joint Pain
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Service Description:Yoga for Joint Pain
Joints usually serve you effortlessly they glide like the parts of a miraculous machine through all the movements of your day. Then, one of these vital parts starts to hurt. What's going on? The pain that appears in different joints viz. hip joint, knee joint, neck joint, shoulder joint, wrist joint, ankle joint, back joint, elbow joint, foot joint and hand joint; that exactly is considered as joint pain.
Joint pain affects most of us. Our joints ache excruciatingly either due to inflammation or as a result of constant wear and tear. Spicy or fried food, a sedentary lifestyle (which makes the supporting muscles flaccid and thus overburdens the joints), wrong exercise, obesity (which places uneven and undue burden on our joints), bad posture and repetitive action.
Those most vulnerable to this malady include assembly line workers and those required to be on their feet constantly like nurses, doctors, policemen and surgeons. Others like cooks and gardeners suffer pain of the wrists and hands. Attempting exercises without proper warm-up or with ill-fitting shoes can also cause joint pain.
There are many possible causes of joint pain. The causes can be divided into categories:
• There are over 100 types of arthritis, including gout and rheumatoid arthritis. But the type that most commonly causes joint pain is osteoarthritis, sometimes called the wear-and-tear disease.
• Conditions that affect metabolism, such as gout and pseudogout. These conditions result from materials being deposited into the joints.
• Infections of the joint, sometimes called septic arthritis. Infections usually spread to the joint from other areas of the body. Gonorrhea and syphilis, two sexually transmitted infections, can cause joint pain. Lyme disease, an infection that results from a tick bite, and other infections can also cause arthritis.
• Autoimmune disorders, in which a person's body produces antibodies against its own tissues. These disorders include rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus.
• Reactive arthritis, which means joint pain and inflammation caused by infections in other areas of the body. This type of joint pain can result from infectious diarrhea or from chlamydia, a sexually transmitted infection.
• Medications, such as penicillin or procainamide
• Influenza (the "flu")