Quanwei Active Joint - Bone & Joint Supplements
How weather affect your joint.
Changes in barometric pressure or atmosphere of Earth may make your tendons, muscles, and any scar tissue expand and contract, and that can create pain in joints affected by arthritis, an inflammation of the joints.
Thus weather change can trigger joint pain or headaches in some people. So when someone or your folks said he or she could “feel” a storm coming on, they were likely right.
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of degenerative joint disease and affects twice as many women as men who are 60 years old and above.
Osteoarthritis can affect anyone; people who overwork their joints and have experienced previous joint injury are at an increased risk.
Knee Pressure, Arthritis-related severe joint pain
Your knees absorb a huge amount of pressure with every step, plus regular wear and tear, over time muscles and ligaments get weaker, start to deteriorate. Worst if you have a family history of osteoarthritis, if you’re overweight, or if you’ve had some knee injuries, you may be more prone to this deterioration.
Arthritis-related severe joint pain affects adults of all ages. Most of what we know about severe joint pain happens in adults.
Knee pain is more common in older age, often caused by osteoarthritis but a surprising number of young athletic adults are suffering the joint pain and stiffness also associated with osteoarthritis.
The irony about young adults and osteoarthritis is that it is often caused by the sports injury. Especially those engaging in highly competitive sports puts athletes at a greater risk for injuries that can speed up the degeneration of cartilage and bone, which may leads to osteoarthritis.
Symptom and risk of arthritis-related severe joint pain
Pain is the most prominent symptom in most people with arthritis.
The pain and inflammation can interfere with your day-to-day activities and bring even the most seasoned athlete to a halt in their activity.
The most common signs and symptoms include:
- joint pain after overuse or inactivity
- joint stiffness that gets better when you start to move again after a period of inactivity
- morning joint stiffness lasting for a short period of time
The risk factors of Osteoarthritis are:
- being over the age of forty
- being overweight
- previous injury to a joint
- being a woman
- hereditary factors
- other conditions, such as gout and rheumatoid arthritis
World Health Organization resources
According to World Health Organization resources said that Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic systemic disease that affects the joints, connective tissues, muscle, tendons, and fibrous tissue. It tends to strike during the most productive years of adulthood, between the ages of 20 and 40, and is a chronic disabling condition often causing pain and deformity. It occurs more common in women than men and in developed countries.
Many professional organizations have guidelines for managing arthritis pain. A common theme across guidelines is that pain management strategies should be flexible, include options that do not involve medication, and be tailored to meet the needs of the person.
Pain killers or relievers are usually the first choice for joint pain relief. But long term relying on these medications may leads to side effects if not taken wisely.
Fortunately, many people now take supplements to support joint health. Some take them to relieve current joint pain, while others take them to prevent pain from developing.
Joint pain-relieving ingredients
Quan Wei Active Joint is a Singapore brand product and made from Singapore Patent Formula (Patent Number: 10201402819W). Its ingredients contain a blend formula of Glucosamine Sulfate, Chondroitin, MSM, and TCM herbs like Morinda, Epimedium, Sambucus, and a few more herbs. These herbs have natural ability to relief rheumatic pain and inflammation, increase blood circulation, and support muscle strain.
Glucosamine and chondroitin are two of the most commonly used supplements for arthritis. They’re components of cartilage. Both may help prevent cartilage breakdown, reduce joint pain and stiffness. Clinical studies showed people who take chondroitin have a 20 percent or greater improvement in knee pain.
Morinda also known as Noni, this plant is use in eastern Asia and Australia. One of its favourite uses is the treatment of painful inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis.
Epimedium or Horny goat weed, is commonly used for sexual performance problems but many do not know it is also used for weak back and knees, joint pain, arthritis, mental and physical fatigue.
Sambucus, also called Elderberry, is used for sinus pain, back and leg pain, nerve pain, and chronic fatigue syndrome. It may also reduce levels of uric acid in the blood. (High uric aid in the body causes inflammation, swelling, stiffness in the joints)
Turmeric is one of the most popular supplements for pain-relieving effects are attributed to a chemical compound in turmeric called curcumin. Curcumin seems to have anti-inflammatory effects.
Here are some suggestions to improve your joints:
(1) Exercise helps improve muscle strength, improves blood circulation, and reduces pain. Many people avoid exercising as they thought more movement more pain. Exercise will help keep the remaining cartilage you have healthy by improving circulation to the cartilage. Choose the right exercise for your age or the condition you are in.
(2) If you are overweight, lose them now. Losing excess weight reduces stress on the joints.
(3) Boosting muscle strength stabilizes the knee joint and helps the muscles absorb stress you place on the knees.
(4) Over-the-counter supplements or doctor’s prescription medication can offer temporary relief from pain and inflammation to help you stay active.