Category: Pain

Gout
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Gout

What Is Gout and How Is It Treated? Gout or gouty arthritis is a complex type of arthritis. It causes sudden attacks of joint pain, redness and swelling. Gout often occurs in the base joint of the big toe, but it can develop anywhere in the body. Gout stems from high levels of uric acid...

Untreated Nerve Pain
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Untreated Nerve Pain

Dealing with Untreated Nerve Pain Untreated nerve pain can have negative results on a person’s life. Nobody can see your pain. They don’t understand the level of pain you have. But nerve pain is real. It doesn’t matter how you got your nerve pain. You still need to deal with the symptoms and their effects...

Causes of Nerve Pain
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Causes of Nerve Pain

Causes Of Nerve Pain And Treatment Options Available Nerve pain is often referred to as neuropathy or neurologia. If a nerve is damaged, then the neurons will not be able to properly transmit a signal. Nerve pain can range from severe to mild. In addition to nerve pain, a person may also experience tingling and...

Types of Nerves
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Types of Nerves

Different Types of Nerves and What They Do The human body basically has two types of nerves: the sensory nerves and the motor nerves. The sensory, or afferent nerves take impulses toward the brain from receptors in the skin and other sense organs. The motor, or efferent nerves, take impulses from the brain to the...

Nerve Pain
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Nerve Pain

How To Manage Your Pain Pain is described as an undesirable experience that affects tissues and nerve that may result from disease or injury. Damaged tissue is often the source, but in some cases, there seems to be no apparent cause. The search for a cure for pain goes back to ancient times. Acute and...

Arthritis Research
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Arthritis Research

Learning More About the Latest Research Helps Arthritis Suffers to Create a More Effective Long-Term Plan Arthritis is a life-long disease that requires a long-term plan of care in order to ensure sufferers are better able to manage their symptoms and enjoy a greater measure of everyday comfort. Learning more about the current research being...

Juvenile Arthritis
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Juvenile Arthritis

Key Things To Know About Juvenile Arthritis Juvenile arthritis is a type of arthritis that affects children and teenagers. The symptoms of juvenile arthritis in a child is similar to the symptoms that adults with arthritis experience. Some of those symptoms include swelling and stiffness in the joints. Slow growth and eye inflammation are other...

Rheumatoid Arthritis
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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Essential Facts About Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis, sometimes referred to as inflammatory arthritis, is a condition that results in abnormal swelling of the joints, which can lead to bone deterioration and deformed, painful joints. Characteristics Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, which occurs when the body attacks its own connective tissues. The person’s immune system...

Osteoarthritis
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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis Causes and Treatments Osteoarthritis is the leading cause of disability in America, more than back trouble, heart trouble, diabetes and others, and it is being fueled by the obesity epidemic. Age is the biggest risk factor, and being female is another. There is no known cure and it is progressive if not halted by...

Arthritis
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Arthritis

Arthritis Signs and Effective Treatment Arthritis is a disease that causes minor or severe inflammation of the joints. It is associated with over 100 rheumatic conditions and disorders that cause stiffness, pain, swelling and restricted mobility. Rheumatoid arthritis, one of the many and more serious forms, results from a deficiency of the immune systems that...

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