Joint Problems

The most common problems of the day are muscle spasms and joint arthritis. The constraint of time and effort is the result.

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), an infectious musculoskeletal disease, described in modern medicine has a near resemblance to the clinical term Amavata. The incidence of Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) is reported to be 1-2 percent of the general population with a 3:1 ratio of female to male. Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic joint inflammatory disease. It is asymmetrical, disruptive, and deforming polyarthritis in which small and large joints and related systemic abnormalities and a number of extra-articular features are affected. There may be circulating antiglobulin antibodies in the blood, i.e. the rheumatoid factor. Rheumatoid arthritis is non-suppurative proliferative synovitis that frequently contributes to the deterioration of joint cartilage and joint ankylosis.

There are age-related trends in disk failure; disk symptoms appear most frequently for the first time in the fourth decade. In young people, the annulus is more durable and the defense mechanisms are resistant to disk failure. As age advances, there are other progressive microscopes, biochemical changes such as a decrease in the water content of the nucleus, increased collagen, lower glyoesamino glycan, and a decline in the fixed shift rate.
Environmental, occupational, habitat, and habitat conditions result in various muscular and bony diseases such as Lumbar Spondylitis, Cervical Spondylitis, Arthritis, etc.

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