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Reverse Your Arthritis? End Your Pain? End Your Stiffness? Is it Possible?

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Arthritis, a condition that impacts your musculoskeletal system and, primarily, your joints, is the leading cause of disability among people aged 55 and over. The word arthritis means “joint inflammation”.

Arthritis is very common, impacting about one in five U.S. adults. However, it doesn’t refer to just one disease. There are over 100 medical conditions that fall under the arthritis label, with osteoarthritis, the degeneration of cartilage in your joints (typically as the result of wear-and-tear or misuse) being the most common.

The next two most common forms of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and juvenile arthritis, which are autoimmune diseases in which your immune system attacks your body’s own tissues. Other types of arthritis may be caused by infection in your joints, psoriasis, excess uric acid (gout) and more.

Arthritis isn’t simple. It can come on slowly with only mild pain or it can start very quickly with intense surging pain and discomfort. The signs and symptoms can come and go over a period of time so it’s very important to examine these quite closely and not dismiss these as “getting old or aging”.

That’s why I’m writing this post so you can look closely at the 10 most important signs and warning signals relating to arthritis.

You may be wondering if there is anything you can actually do to prevent it from getting any worse — or better yet — reversing arthritis and turning back time.

Reverse Your Arthritis? End Your Pain? Is it possible? Yes, It Is Possible… And Here’s The Good News…

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Cheers,
Kevin

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