How to Treat Arthritis Knee Pain

Dr. Clifford

What is Arthritis?

Osteoarthritis is the most prevalent form of arthritis, and the knee is the most affected joint. Throughout life, our joints go through plenty of damage and repair, and sometimes the process of repairing makes our joints change shape. These changes are known as osteoarthritis. In other words, osteoarthritis causes our knee joint cartilage to thin, and at the same time, the joint surfaces become rougher, which hinders the movement of the knees. While it is a condition that can affect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 have a greater tendency  to be affected by it.

If you have osteoarthritis, you will feel pain in your knees, and also stiffness, especially in the morning. The feeling of stiffness tends to last for about half an hour, and then it goes away. Your knees can also get swollen. If the sweeling feels hard, the bone that is located at the joint’s edge is growing forwards and forming bony spurs. However, a soft swelling indicates that the joint is producing extra fluid due to inflammation.

Home Remedies for Arthritis Knee Pain

Exercising tends to help immensely with osteoarthritis, and it is preferred to try activities that have a lower impact on your knees, like cycling and swimming.

Yoga has been shown to be remarkably beneficial for arthritis symptoms, and can, in some cases, encourage stronger, more flexible muscles, that can aid joint stability.

Warm, relaxing baths are great for soothing tired and painful joints. Add a few drops of lavender essential oil for a luxury scented bath. The oil has anti inflammatory properties, reducing joint swelling and encouraging flexibility.

Vimerson’s Glucosamine Chondroitin supplement has been proven to be effective against osteoarthritis. It also helps with pain relief, and many users report a reduction in their discomfort.


Last updated on January 19, 2021 11:03 am

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