Joint Pain In Youth: Joint pain is generally considered an old age disease, but in the last few years these problems have also been seen in the youth. People of 30 to 35 years are also getting troubled by joint pain. Many times these problems are coming to the fore even in children and teenagers. Generally, our bad lifestyle is responsible for this because we spend most of our time in front of the TV and laptop, while children are also giving more time to online games instead of going to the ground. Let us know what are the reasons behind this and how it can be avoided.

Reasons For Joint Pain:

-Genetic reason.

-Pain due to injury.

-Weakness of muscles.

-Autoimmune disorder.

-Calcium deficiency in the body.

-Too much obesity.

How to recognize joint pain?

In this disease, there is severe pain in the joints of the body.

This pain increases in the winter season.

Sometimes there is so much pain that even walking becomes difficult.

The pain in the joints increases while climbing and descending the stairs.

The feeling of tiredness and body breakdown starts coming.

How to avoid joint pain?

If you have had joint pain for the last several years, then consult a doctor and find ways to get rid of it. However, if you take care of some things, then this problem can be avoided.

-Avoid taking a bath with very cold water because cold water can increase joint pain.

-Too much cold wind is blowing, do not go out of the house and close the doors and windows.

-Use lukewarm water for bathing in winter, as it reduces the risk of joint pain.

-Keep exposing yourself to sunlight and try to massage your body with oil.

-If you want, you can take the help of yoga and meditation on the advice of experts.

- Include calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B12-based foods in your daily diet

- Keep the body warm, do not let it cool down, otherwise, the pain may increase.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, do take expert advice. Kalamtimes does not confirm this.)

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