Joint pain Arthralgia

Joint pain

In relatively minor cases, joint pain indicates a relatively benign condition (eg an ankle rupture that does not require long-term treatment). In urgent and severe cases, joint pain may indicate the development of a disease or syndrome of some kind, for example: bursitis (inflammation of the fluid sac that reduces friction between parts of the body, such as joints).
 Chronic arthritis (ankylosing spondylitis - caused by autoimmune disease, muscle rupture, or joint dislocation) Joint dislocation means that the joint's bone moves from its position, and physical force is needed to get it back in place. For serious illness, such as leukemia or bone cancer.

Pain in the joints is due to several reasons: -
The most common causes of pain in the joints are the roughness of the joint, which results from the scarcity of fluids between the joints, which helps to protect them from the friction of the joints with each other, and the convergence between these joints leads to severe and severe mother, Among the joints are many reasons that lead to them such as physical fatigue, weakness in the muscles, and a significant increase in weight.

 Which greatly affects the area in the middle of the back and neck of the thigh, and one of the main causes of this disease is a defect in the formation of muscle tissue, and leads to the reduction and weakening of the demolition and construction, and thus the joints of many of the aches. In some cases, the causes of joint pain are the result of some erroneous habits in life, such as excessive muscle exertion or sleeping on solid places.

Exposure to rickets:
 It is a disease caused by the loss of the body of many elements and vitamins necessary for him, especially vitamin D, and this causes the deformities in the bones of the patient, as a result of the inability of the intestine to absorb calcium and phosphorus, and the most important symptoms that appear on the patient from the emergence of acute Some of the bones in the body, such as the bones of the forehead, and the legs and thighs of the occurrence of large curvature in them, and therefore exposure to the spine of the so-called convex, and the feeling of acute pain in the joints, and the patient can get rid of this disease through exposure to direct sunlight to take vitamin D

Joint pain can disappear on its own, depending on the severity of the pain, and if the pain is caused by continuous stagnation, moving the body and releasing its organs will greatly reduce the pain.

Arthralgia can be very sudden and severe, as in the case of shoulder dislocation. This type of pain is acute and requires immediate treatment. In cases of chronic illness, the pain can continue for a long time without interruption (arthritis), and such cases necessitate taking medication to relieve the pain.

Chronic and degenerative diseases also cause joint pain. In these cases, joint pain is accompanied by other symptoms depending on the type of disease.