Why Do the Joints Hurt?

Joint pain is a very serious problem for people of any age. It may seem insignificant for young and active persons: what are these joints? It's not the heart, stomach or kidneys... This is the way most people think, though the joint diseases lead at first to a restriction of mobility, and then, if not starting their treatment in time, to a complete immobility. Movement is life. A person who can not get up from a bed, go down the steps to a street, pick up a spoon, is an invalid who needs constant help.

Why do the joints hurt? Only doctors can answer this question reliably. We will consider the most frequent causes leading to sad consequences.

Cause 1. Infectious diseases

If the cause of joint diseases is an infection, most likely, we are talking about rheumatism and specific polyarthritis. In this case, it is necessary to determine which pathogen triggered the development of the disease. There are quite a few of them, but the most common are tuberculous mycobacterium, streptococcus, gonococci, and chlamydia. They are found in the joints, getting there with a current of blood and lymph, and also appearing in the joint effusion. Recrudescence of chronic conditions provokes sore throat and chronic tonsillitis. Though, it's only a "trigger hook", whereas an immune status is a fertile soil.

Cause 2. Allergic reactions

Recently, doctors are inclined to believe that the development of rheumatism and infectious polyarthritis is of an infectious-allergic nature. By the way, allergic reactions accompany almost all the infectious arthritides: tuberculosis, gonorrhea, and dysentery ones.

We are not talking about the usual allergies to food or seasonal flowering, but about its autoimmune form - the body's reaction to its own tissues. The body produces specific antibodies, which constantly react to its "host".

Cause 3. Endocrine disorders

Arthritides may well have an endocrine nature. Breaking the gland function provokes hormonal failure, and it, in turn, becomes the cause of the joint diseases. Physicians observe similar forms of diseases in women during a menopause. It means that the hormonal "subtext" is quite real, and the studies confirm this.

Cause 4. It's all from the nerves

It has been said that nerves are the root of all diseases, and, quite naturally, joints become in the risk zone too. Functional damage to the vegetative department of the nervous system leads to severe lesions not only of the joints themselves but also of other body tissues. Violation of many of the most important processes, regulated by the nervous system, is the cause of symmetrical bilateral deformations of the joints. 

Also, when answering the question "Why Do the Joints Hurt?" you can identify other equally common options. Thus, the arthritides occur as a result of impaired circulation. Heredity also plays a significant role in the development of the disease.

You can find the cause of a disease and cope with its consequences with help of the health-restoring courses conducted by the specialists of the European Institute of Norbekov System. Courses for restoring the joints and the spine help to develop stiff joints, restore their flexibility and reduce pain.