What Causes Joint Pain?
Healthy joints are encapsulated in the synovial membrane, and are filled with water and synovial fluid. Cartilage rests on the end of the bones and acts as a shock absorber for the bones. When you run, the cartilage distributes the pressure to your entire leg and reduces the shock to your bones. Take a look at the below diseased joint to see what can happen to a healthy joint when it has osteoarthitis.
As a result of injury, glucosamine deficiency, age, or arthritis, joints can break down and look similar to this. First, the cartilage breaks down and begins to float in the synovial fluid. Bone spurs develop. The once smooth cartilage is now jagged and rough, if not missing. That is where all of the discomfort and stiffness comes from. Joints begin to "seize up" and flexibility decreases. There is no cure for arthritis, but fortunately, the glucosamine in Flexicose can help promote healthy cartilage while improving the flexibility in your joints. Don't wait and let your joints turn into the bottom scenario by continuing to take NSAIDS that only make your joints worse and worse.
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