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Living with rheumatoid arthritis

The different effects

There are many types of arthritis, but the reaction of the immune system, causing pain in the joints and difficult to campaign. In rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system is toward the synovial tissue in the joints.

This is a disease, but rheumatoid arthritis has different effects on different people. Some mild cases last a few months or a few years, but then disappears. However, there are still some pretty severe cases causing permanent pain and joint destruction.

The good news is that in recent years with a deep understanding of this disease helps doctors can figure out the different treatments for all symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Living with rheumatoid arthritis – 1

Treatment is the problems in each individual

Because the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis are different in each person so there a number of treatments. The doctor will directly take examination for each patient to find the best treatment to dispel the pain, relieve sore spot and prevent joint destruction temporarily.

Changing lifestyle, such as diet and exercise can help patients, but most of them need to use medication to control the disease.

Surgery can help a number of severe cases

Some types of surgery can be the medications include editing joint and tendon destroyed or replace them. Surgery may be safer and more effective.

Dispel worries = dispel the pain

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Living with rheumatoid arthritis – 2

Anxiety and stress increase risk of rheumatoid arthritis disease and promote faster development. Thus, besides the treatments, the “relaxation techniques” are also factors to dispel the pain and recovery operation for the body. You can ask your doctor some exercises to relax.

The skeletal system can be dangerous

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis may have osteoporosis and bone fraction. It may be due to the drugs used to treat inflammation in these patients. Normally, the bone near the inflamed joints are the weakest, so fractures can occur as a direct result from rheumatoid arthritis.

Additional diet is rich in calcium and vitamin D will help you have a healthy bone. In addition, dairy products, vegetables, salt water fish and egg yolks are also the perfect choice for you.

Given up smoking

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Living with rheumatoid arthritis – 3

Tobacco is not only harmful to the lungs, but also directly affect patients with rheumatoid arthritis. According to research published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, the researchers said that 1/3 of the severe rheumatoid arthritis cases related to smoking.

Rheumatoid arthritis affects the heart

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Living with rheumatoid arthritis – 4

Like cholesterol or high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis can also make your heart get into danger as the swollen joints will spread throughout the body and gradually to the heart. In a recent study in the Journal of Internal Medicine, the risk of heart attack increased by 60% in people with this disease.

Quite possibly living in the “peace” with the disease

Maintaining the joint operation will be able to help dispel the pain and protect yourself from complications such as heart disease. Spend 30 minutes a day for all moderate exercise. Focus on the following three types of movement:

  • Activities enhance the respiration rate and heart rate without affecting the joints, such as swimming, walking.
  • Actions to help strengthen the muscles and joints and the weight exercises to reduce stress on the joints.
  • Balance activities such as standing on one leg to reduce the risk of falling.

However needed streamlined and reasonable respite

In this article, we shared to you some methods to help people reduce disease level or the least living with the disease in the peace. Hope you are pleased with the information.

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