Arthritis is a common condition that affects one in four adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), arthritis significantly increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and upper respiratory issues. Additionally, up to half of those with arthritis also experience depression, anxiety, or both, likely due to the pain they are experiencing.
The traditional view is that arthritis results from trauma, degenerative changes, and metabolic disturbances. However, a new approach posits that all forms of arthritis are infectious in nature, either in the acute or chronic stage. This critical aspect has been overlooked, and it is something that I will address in detail during our upcoming virtual meeting.
Infectious arthritis occurs when bacteria, viruses, or stealth pathogens get into the synovial fluid and multiply, causing infection, swelling, and inflammation. Other culprits include infected teeth and gums, scrapes, bites, stings, and contact with animals.
These changes in the synovial fluid will cause pain regardless of age, and unfortunately, children can also develop arthritis.
I invite you to join me on Wednesday, June 16th at 10:30 am for “Arthritis & Joint Health,” a virtual meeting that will last about 45 minutes. During the meeting, we will discuss various topics related to arthritis, including its causes, symptoms, and treatment options. We will also explore the connection between arthritis and joint health, and I will share some nutritional supplements that have been effective in managing arthritis symptoms.
Finally, I want to mention that the nutritional supplements I will share with you during the meeting are working exceptionally well. Keep an eye out for success stories from people who have used these supplements to manage their arthritis symptoms.
Arthritis is a common and often debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide. By understanding its causes and symptoms, we can take steps to manage its impact on our lives. Please join me for “Arthritis & Joint Health” to learn more about this important topic.