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What is the difference between osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis?

Updated: Oct 30, 2023

What is the difference between osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis?






In Osteoarthritis, It is caused by physical use, wear and tear of a joint over time, or/and occasionally like over a short time as a result of an injury ( ie fall, sport, dancing etc).


Inflammatory arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disease. For instant your immune system misidentifies your own body tissues as harmful germs or/and pathogens and attacks them. This results in inflammation of the affected tissues in and around joints.


Because Osteoarthritis involves physical wear on the joints in the body, it normally appears in people after the age of 50. The older you get, the more likely you will to get osteoarthritis.


Since inflammatory arthritis is a chronic (painful) disease, it definitely affects people of all ages, often hitting them (people) in their prime or peak working age and child-rearing age. Inflammatory arthritis diseases can often be diagnosed in patients as young as age 18 or 29. BUT Less common in kids and teens may be diagnosed with a form of childhood arthritis,



What is inflammatory arthritis?


Inflammatory arthritis is joint inflammation caused by an hyper or high-strung immune system. It normally affects many joints throughout the body together or same time. Inflammatory forms of arthritis are much less common than osteoarthritis, which affects most people at the later stages of life.


What are the symptoms of inflammatory arthritis?

Joint pain and stiffness after periods of rest or inactivity, Mainly in the morning (some in the cold weather and change of seasons)

Swelling, redness and/or a feeling of warmth in the affected joints

Inflammation of other areas in the body, such as the skin or internal organs like the lungs and heart

People with inflammatory arthritis generally experience alternating periods of "flares" of highly intense symptoms with periods of inactivity.


What are the different types of inflammatory arthritis?

Lupus

Rheumatoid arthritis

Ankylosing spondylitis

Gout and pseudogout

Lyme disease

Psoriatic arthritis


When detected and treated in its early stages, the effects of inflammatory arthritis can be greatly reduced, or the condition may even disappear completely. The importance of proper diagnosis, particularly in the early stages of the disease, may prevent serious, lifelong arthritic complications.


How is inflammatory arthritis treated?

Inflammatory arthritis is naturally treated turmeric, ginger and CBD oil, plus rest and reducing inflammation causing foods.

Reduce Sugar

grain feed meats

less alcohol ( once a day recommended)

no soda, sport drinks, Juices ( no fresh Squeezed)

fake oils, Vegetable, corn oil, lard etc

Dairy

Gluten

( some Food Sensitivities with eggs, soy, nuts, rice, grains, wheat and beans)


Increase

More fruits and vegetables.


Detox, fast and cleanse ( Yearly or each season).


Less candy, reduce preservatives, dyes and other poisonous chemicals.


Drink clean Water: half your body weight, lots of sun best vitamin D, meditating for inner healing 30 mins daily, 7 hrs sleep, exercise 3 to 5 times a week, walk 10,000 steps daily and Poop 2 twice a day


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