Joints pain in winters: Swelling? Stiffness in morning? No energy, appetite? Add this to your diet and see changes
Winters come with a lot of ailments. Joints pain is a common problem faced by all age groups.
Winters come with a lot of ailments. Joints pain is a common problem faced by all age groups. As winters cause sensitivity in the nerves causing joint pain which affects the normal way of living life. Joints pain and back pain are most often caused by the gradual deterioration of cartilage that protects joints causing bones to rub against each other resulting in inflammation and pain. While pain may be caused by an injury, very often it is the result of years of wear and tears on the bone and joint.
Curcumin for Joint Pain also exerts benefits in reduction of pain, stiffness and inflammation making you more active throughout the day and increasing your activity level with less discomfort. Curcumin for Joint Pain also promises to be effective in controlling disturbed mental state as observed by depression, anxiety and feeling of hopelessness.
Curcumin for Rheumatoid arthritis (Joint pain) also acts as a superior antioxidant inhibiting free-radical-mediated peroxidation of membrane lipids & oxidative damage of DNA & protein which are believed to be associated with a variety of chronic pathological conditions such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Dr. Saurabh Arora, Inventor of SNEC30, Arbro Pharmaceuticals, shares his knowledge:-
Signs and Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Prolonged morning stiffness.
Stiffness of joints following periods of inactivity.
Warm and swollen joints that are tender to touch.
Loss of appetite.
Dry eyes and mouth.
Presence of rheumatoid nodules which are solid lumps growing under skin of elbows and hands.
Benefits of Curcumin in Rheumatoid Arthritis:-
Curcumin is An Excellent Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Allergic and Analgesic - An anti-inflammatory, Curcumin helps to reduce pain & inflammation by acting on Cyclooxygenase (COX) and Lipoxygenase (LOX) pathway. It suppresses pain by inhibiting the production of prostaglandins through suppression of Cyclo-oxygenase-1 (COX1) and Cyclo-oxygenase-2 (COX2). Dysregulated NF-kB activity occurs in a number of diseases, particularly in chronic and acute inflammatory diseases. Curcumin prevents NF-kB activation and thus reduces inflammation.
Curcumin protects Your Bones and Joints - SNEC 30 due to its properties of suppression of Osteoclastogenesis and Chondrogenesis protects, strengthens and restores bones and joints which improves range of motion (ROM) leading to increased levels of activity.
Curcumin fights Depression Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) - Studies reveal that people with RA are about twice as likely to be depressed as compared to people without this inflammatory autoimmune disease. Curcumin influences several biological mechanisms associated with major depression, namely those associated with the monoaminergic activity, immune-inflammatory and oxidative and nitrosative stress pathways, hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis activity and neuro-progression.
Rheumatoid arthritis is considered to be the most disabling form of arthritis – a long-term disease-causing pain and stiffness of the joints associated with limited range of motion and functionality. Though it can affect any joint but small joints of hands and feet are likely to be involved. Using curcumin for Rheumatoid arthritis stimulates a process called Chondrogenesis (the process of cartilage development) which strengthen your bones and joints and improves range of motion and functionality.”
Curcumin Possess Anti-Arthritic Properties -Maintenance dose of curcumin reduces the occurrence of arthritis and its complications. By restoring the bone and joint health, Curcumin cuts down the prevalence of pain and inflammation limiting daily activities.
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