Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic disease that causes an inflammation of the joints and can affect almost every part of the body from head to toes. Rheumatoid arthritis has a long-term inflammatory disease that mainly affects the joints. It usually results in swollen, warm, and inflamed joints. Rheumatoids are chronic diseases that result in inflammation of the joints and other parts of the immune system, causing damage to the tissues and organs.
It causes inflammation that is characterized by swelling, pain and inflammation. The body produces antibodies that attack the foreign substance from the tissues of the rheumatic patients’ body, which cause inflammation, damage, pain and even death. Often pain and stiffness develop following exercise. Most commonly, the hands and wrists are affected, with the same joints being affected on both sides of the patient’s body.
Rheumatoid can be either internal or external. Internal rheumatic arthritis affects the tissues that line the joints and are responsible for stiffness and pain, whereas external rheumatic arthritis is caused by infection and results in tenderness, inflammation and soreness of the joints.
There are various types of Rheumatic arthritis such as
- Infectious arthritis
- Juvenile rheumatoid
- Systemic Lupus erythematosus
- Multiple sclerosis
- Psoriatic arthritis
- Septic arthritis
- Lupus erythematosus, etc.
Rheumatoid is also called inflammatory arthritis because they cause inflammation and damage to your joints. If not treated, rheumatoid can spread to other joints and can be very debilitating. Rheumatoid Arthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis.
The common symptoms of arthritis usually characterized by a person experiencing
- Pain and stiffness
- Painful swelling
- Stiffness and swelling of their joints, along with burning
- Redness and warmth of the joints, and inflammation of their skin
- Pain during movement
- Loss of strength
- Deformity of joints and joint movement.
Rheumatoid is caused when the immune system becomes overactive, producing excessive amounts of inflammatory chemicals. These chemicals are actually poisons in the body and when there is an overactive immune system. It is normally the result of
- A poor diet
- Lack of exercise
- Exposure to allergens and other irritants
- Exposure to infectious substances, and
- A poor immune system itself.
There are some people who are genetically susceptible to rheumatoid arthritis. Having a good immune system is the most important thing that helps your body fight off diseases and infection and it helps you live longer.
When your immune system is healthy and strong, it fights off infections from all over the body, including your joints. A good immune system can be a major factor in fighting off rheumatoid. If you have a healthy immune system, it helps your body to fight the rheumatic and bacterial infections that cause your joints to become inflamed.
Your immune system is responsible for healing your body from the inside out and keeping your skin, muscles and other organs healthy. If you take good care of yourself, have a strong immune system and eat healthy, your body will be able to fight off the rheumatic and bacterial infections that cause your joints to be inflamed and damaged.
Your body has its own defenses that help it in healing itself but if you are not well-fed, exercising regularly, eating the right foods and avoiding toxins, your body may be unable to keep up with the immune system, thus leading to an overactive immune system and rheumatoid arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis affects every area of the body. The affected joints are found in your
- Elbows and
The main symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis affect the joints because they are the first to be affected by a rheumatic and bacterial infection. The rheumatic and bacterial infection damages the cartilage and bone and the damage is permanent.
The infection also destroys the collagen and elastin in the cartilage and bones and the joint tissues of the joint, resulting in the cartilage losing its elasticity and strength. This leads to stiffness and pain in the joint areas. Sometimes the joint pain and inflammation start to get worse. You may notice that you cannot bend or move the joint properly.