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Pain in knees in winter is not normal… If not treated, spine can get damaged.

The most dangerous effect of arthritis is on the knees. This is a painful disease which once contracted makes life worse with increasing age. One of the common types of osteoarthritis. In this disease, there can be severe pain, swelling and stiffness in both the knees. There are many such symptoms which, if not treated in the beginning, can prove to be very dangerous.

What is knee arthritis?

Arthritis is a disease that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in your joints. It has a dangerous effect on the largest and strongest joints in your body. This is common in knees. Knee arthritis is a serious and dangerous disease. Although there is no cure for knee arthritis, there are some steps you can take that may ease your symptoms and potentially slow the progression of your disease. There is a lump or liquid in the knee bone which is called synovial membrane. After a time it becomes so dangerous that it directly affects the spinal cord.

What are the types of knee arthritis?

There are about 100 types of arthritis. The most common types that can affect your knees include.

Osteoarthritis is the most common type on this list. Osteoarthritis destroys your cartilage. The cushion between the three bones of your knee joint. Without that protection, your bones rub against each other. This may cause pain, stiffness and limited movement. This can also lead to the development of bone spurs. Osteoarthritis gets worse as time passes.

Gout is a type of osteoarthritis. The cartilage in your knee begins to thin after trauma (such as a car accident or injury from a contact sport). Your bones rub together, and this causes symptoms similar to osteoarthritis. Pain, stiffness and limited movement.

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. A healthy immune system causes inflammation (internal or external) when it is trying to protect you from infection, injury, toxin or any other foreign invader. The inflammatory response is one way your body protects itself. If you have rheumatoid arthritis, your immune system is unhealthy which causes inflammation in your joints. Even if there is no foreign invader. The inflammation causes pain, stiffness, and swelling in the synovial membrane, which can also destroy your cartilage.

Disclaimer: Before implementing the method, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, please consult a doctor or related expert.

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