Osteoarthritis. How to deal with it?

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Osteoarthritis. How to deal with it?

Osteoarthritis is a very common joint disease that affects about 80% of our population at the age of 50-60, but sometimes it is detected earlier, at the age of 30. Osteoarthritis primarily affects articular cartilage. As you know, a joint is formed by articular surfaces of bones covered with cartilage tissue. During various movements, cartilage acts as a shock absorber, reducing the pressure on the articulating surfaces of the bones and ensuring their smooth sliding relative to each other.

Cartilage consists of connective tissue fibers loosely arranged in a matrix. The matrix is a jelly-like substance formed by special compounds – glycosaminoglycans. The matrix nourishes the cartilage and restores damaged fibers. Therefore, this makes the cartilage look like a sponge – in a calm state, it absorbs fluid, and when loaded, it squeezes it into the joint cavity, providing a kind of “lubrication” of the joint.

During life, cartilage flexibly responds to stereotypical , thousands of times repeated shocks in some types of work or running, jumping, etc. This constant load leads to aging and destruction of some of the fibers, which in a healthy joint is replenished by the synthesis of the same number of new fibers.

Osteoarthritis develops when the balance between the formation of new building material to restore cartilage tissue and destruction is disturbed. A kind of less valuable cartilage structure emerges, capable of absorbing smaller volumes of water.
Cartilage becomes drier, more brittle, and in response to stress, its fibers are easily broken down.

As osteoarthritis progresses, the layer of cartilage covering the joint surfaces becomes thinner and thinner, until it is completely destroyed.

Together with the cartilage, the bone tissue underneath it changes. Bone outgrowths are formed along the edges of the joint, as if to compensate for the loss of cartilage by increasing the articular surfaces. This is the cause of joint deformities in osteoarthritis. People call this condition “salt deposition”, which is simply an unwritten name for osteoarthritis.

What factors lead to the onset of osteoarthritis? Nevertheless, there are a number of factors that increase the risk of developing osteoarthritis.

GENETIC SUSPENSION – It has been proven that the tendency to nodular osteoarthritis with the involvement of many joints is inherited. Women whose mother suffered from this form of osteoarthritis have an increased risk of getting sick.

TRAUMAS – Severe single-shot injuries accompanied by bruising, fracture, dislocation, damage to the ligamentous apparatus of the joint, or actual microtrauma to the joint can contribute to the development of osteoarthritis. Microtraumatization is the cause of osteoarthritis in workers in a number of professions and professional athletes. An example is the development of knee osteoarthritis in miners, football players; osteoarthritis of the elbow and shoulder joints in jackhammer workers; osteoarthritis of the small joints of the hands in secretaries – typists, weavers; ankle osteoarthritis in ballerinas; osteoarthritis of the joints of the hands in boxers, etc.

GRAIN – With age, cartilage becomes less elastic and loses its resistance to stress. This does not mean that all people develop osteoarthritis in old age. But in the presence of other factors that come with age, the risk of getting sick increases.

CONTRIBUTIONAL FEATURES – Connective tissue dysplasia syndrome is now widespread. This is a congenital weakness of the connective tissue, manifested by increased joint mobility, early development of osteochondrosis, flat feet.If a certain motor regimen is not followed, this condition can lead to the development of osteoarthritis at a young age.

The first symptom that makes you see a doctor is joint pain. The intensity of the pain can be different – from severe, limiting the mobility of the joint, to moderate, occurring only with certain movements.
The cause of severe pain is usually reactive inflammation of the joint (the so-called synovitis) or inflammation of the tissues surrounding the joint (muscles, tendons, bags). Inflammation in the joint occurs due to the fact that pieces of destroyed cartilage enter the joint cavity and irritate the synovial membrane of the joint. Inflammatory pain is quite pronounced, intensifies with any movement in the joint, and also occurs at rest in the 2nd half of the night. In case of inflammation of the tissues surrounding the joint (tendons, bags), the pain increases when performing certain movements, there are painful points in the joint area, “starting” pain is characteristic (after a period of rest it is difficult to start moving). With proper treatment, inflammation in the joint or surrounding tissues can be treated, accompanied by the subsidence of pain, the disappearance of night pain, and improved joint mobility.

The appearance of the first symptoms of osteoarthritis should not be a reason for panic, but rather a signal to the body about the need to slightly change the existing motor stereotypes.

First, you should try to limit the movements associated with increased stress on the articular cartilage. In case of osteoarthritis of the hip, knee, ankle joints, it is necessary to reduce such types of motor activity as running, jumping, lifting and carrying weights, squats, brisk walking, especially on rough terrain, climbing uphill, walking up stairs.

Secondly, despite the presence of a number of restrictions, it is necessary to lead an active lifestyle by increasing motor activity that does not have a negative effect on the cartilage. You need to force yourself to perform special exercises every day, when performing which the load on the articular cartilage is minimal, and the muscles surrounding the joint work to a greater extent. You need to exercise for at least 30-40 minutes a day, it is better to divide this time into several times a day for 10-15 minutes. A noticeable effect occurs in 2-3 months – pain syndrome decreases, vitality increases, and hidden reserves of the body are released.

Joint pain

Many people have cartilage problems, but among the many regenerating products, it is difficult to determine which one is most suitable. Cartilage tissue is known as a low-consumption tissue. It “communicates” with other tissues and cells only through the intercellular matrix. Accordingly, oxygen, carbon dioxide, components necessary for metabolism (water, sugar, fats, amino acids, etc.) and toxins enter and leave the tissue very slowly through the protein network, which ensures the hardness of the cartilage.
Since there are no blood vessels in the cartilage, in case of cartilage damage, blood vessels with nutrition, as well as stem cells that compensate, cannot penetrate the site of injury and restore the cartilage tissue deficiency. Metabolism is carried out with the help of synovial fluid, but this process is very slow. The cartilage regeneration product Revitacart Complex contains optimal proportions and amounts of active substances that contribute to normal joint function, as well as natural ingredients that are essential for maintaining healthy joints, bones and cartilage.

REVITACART KOMPLEX

Dietary supplement supporting cartilage tissue restoration.
Contains minerals, flavonoids and amino acids

When creating Revitacart Complex, Origel specialists combined the most important natural ingredients into one product designed to maintain healthy joints, bones and cartilage.
Hyaluronic acid compensation reduces joint stiffness, and glucosamine sulfate is an integral part of cartilage material. In addition to joints, tendons and bones also need to be taken care of, so rutin, which improves blood circulation, proline, which plays an important role in the structure of collagen, magnesium and vitamin U are essential ingredients in the product. However, these elements should be taken not only for cartilage wear and tear or joint inflammation, but also for prevention.
Actives of the Revitacart Complex capsule: glucosamine, shark cartilage (MSM = glucosamine sulfate), vitamin U, vitamin C, magnesium oxide, proline, calcium from algae, rutin. The uniqueness of Revitacart Complex lies in the fact that it contains the most optimal ratio and amount of active substances necessary for joint regeneration.

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ACTIVE SUBSTANCES:

Glucosamine
Glucosamine is a natural component of cartilage tissue in the form of glucosaminoglycan, promotes healthy functioning and proper joint mobility. It is involved in the construction and maintenance of the main structural elements of cartilage and thus plays an important role in maintaining and restoring the integrity of articular cartilage. MMS (methylsulfonylmethane) and glucosamine help to preserve the structure of cartilage.

Vitamin U
Vitamin U in Revitacart Complex is necessary for the removal of toxic substances from the fluid in the inflamed joint.

Vitamin C
Vitamin C plays a role in the proper functioning and structure of connective tissue, thereby supporting healthy gums, skin, bones and cartilage. Promotes healthy hair, nails and skin.

Magnesium
Needed to maintain healthy bone and tooth structure.

Proline
An essential amino acid found in large quantities in collagen tissues, and is also involved in the structure of bones, skin and cartilage. It is especially important for healthy joints and tendons.

Alga Calcium
Calcium in a complex form, which is found in Alga Calcium, is essential for maintaining healthy bone and tooth structure, and helps to achieve and maintain optimal bone mass.

Rutin
Helps maintain healthy blood vessels and improves capillary circulation.

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90 capsules.

A dietary supplement to support cartilage regeneration. When creating Revitacart Complex, the product developers sought to combine the most important natural ingredients into one formula to support healthy joints, bones and cartilage. The main active ingredients of the Revitacart Komplex dietary supplement capsule are: – Glucosamine – Shark cartilage (MSM) – Vitamin U – Vitamin C – Magnesium oxide – Proline – Calcium from algae – Rutin

The product is recommended for use in the following cases:

– osteoarthritis or arthritis
– in case of joint deformities, for example: in athletes, outdoor workers
– for the prevention or treatment of osteoporosis
– DO NOT take this product if you are sensitive to shellfish and/or crustaceans!

Dosage:

1 capsule three times daily. (one package contains 90 capsules, which is equivalent to a monthly dose)

According to consumer experience, the positive effects associated with the use of the product appear in 1-1.5 months.

In case of chronic lesions or additional treatment of diseases in the elderly, the product can be used on a regular basis, there is no need to take a break.

If you have any questions, please contact us. Fill out the form or send an email: ukraine@origel.ch

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