Severe joint pain is plaquing Americans. Why do you think this is happening? Nearly 10.5 Americans deal with severe joint pain on a daily basis, and the numbers are rising. A majority of the cases are related to arthritis, but there are many that do not have a cause for their pain. The most common treatment are narcotics, but long term use is risky an ineffective. The best way to manage pain is by adopting an exercise routine. I personally believe that what you eat also pays a crucial role as well. Americans need to take charge of their health and they do not need to find alternative therapies that manage their chronic pain. Health is wealth! Joint pain can be managed.
- 1In 2002, about 10.5 million people in the United States said they battled severe joint pain,
- 2The CDC team defined “severe” joint pain as discomfort measuring 7 or more on a 1-to-10 score on a questionnaire,
- 3The problem may only get worse, the researchers said, since much of this joint pain is linked to arthritis.
Among adults who said they were disabled or unable to work, severe joint pain was cited by nearly 46 percent and 52 percent, respectively.
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