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Joint Problematic People Need to Avoid HighImpact Exercises

There are studies that show how bone health benefits from exercises. However, high-impact exercises are discouraged to individuals who are suffering from joint problems. This is because performing high-impacted exercises or sports may have the tendency to add stress on your joints. Performing high-impact activities three times a week has been found to increase arthritis risk, while low-impact exercises seems to protect against it, according to study.

Aggrecans are made of about 100 highly charged molecules called glycosaminoglycans (GAG) and are protein-sugar complexes which packed the cartilage. The joints are protected by molecules which absorbed the water, causing the tissue to stiffen as pressure is applied. In the event where in the cartilage deteriorates, the joints may potentially turn bigger compare to its original size, as the body tries to heal itself. When the cartilages


corrode entirely, the friction between the bones may cause a person with so much pain.

In general, it is a good practice for people affected with rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis to indulge in regular minimal physical activity like walking to reduce fatigue and increase stamina. However, you need not to know your limits and not to over indulge in weightbearing activities that may lead to the erosion of the joint surface or tendon tethering; hence resulting to impaired movements due to additional stress. Patients affected with joint problems need to involve in regular simple movements to prevent swelling, and wait patiently for the bones and joints to become strong and heal completely.

Additionally, a recent study of effects of high intensity workouts like jogging on patients with joint problems that only fewer patients did not show any signs of rapid progression of damage, whereas others did. However,


this finding still depends on your physical health, your endurance capability, and the condition of your joints.

However, for some people who have chronic hip joint caused by osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arhtritis, the only option for them is the hip replacement surgery. Hip replacement surgery involves the replacement of the damaged hip joint with a prosthetic implant. Among the known brands for hip replacement devices is Stryker. Experts found out that metal implants produced tiny metal debris, causing incessant pain or infection and high levels of metal in the bloodstream. The Stryker Hip Replacement Recall Center or strykerhipreplacementrecall.net offers more information about this matter.

References:

• sharecare.com/question/types-exercises-can-causeosteoarthritis • diyhealth.com/exercises-avoid-rheumatoid-arthritis.html


• telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/6684424/Exercise-inmiddle-age-can-cause-arthritis.html • mayoclinic.com/health/arthritis/AR00009 • truthdive.com/2013/04/18/Running-or-jumping-mayworsen-cartilage-damage-in-arthritis-patients.html


Joint Problematic People Need to Avoid High-Impact Exercises