The Right Exercises To Treat Pain In The Knee And Wrist Area?
, I am a 21 year old woman. In the end, I often have knee and wrist pain. Your knees hurt very much when you sit down and try to stand up, your wrists hurt when you hold heavy objects. How to solve this? If by doing sports, what sports are appropriate? Then what food should be eaten? Or is there another solution to cure the pain permanently? Because the pain recurs frequently
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Pain in the knee and wrist area can result from the same cause, but it can also be different. Often times, this pain results from inflammation of the joints (arthritis). This condition can be triggered by various reasons, including autoimmune disorders (rheumatoid arthritis), excessive uric acid deposition (gout arthritis), psoriasis, infection (septic arthritis), and osteoarthritis. Not only pain, people with arthritis can also experience swollen, reddish, warm, and stiff joints when moved. This condition needs to be further evaluated through direct doctor's examination, as well as supporting examinations, for example X-rays, CT scans, MRI, joint fluid examinations, and so on.
Not only that, it can also be pain in the knees and wrists as you experience due to other factors, for example:
Infectious injuries, such as influenza, dengua fever, leptospirosis, malaria, chikungunya Fibromyalgia (muscle and connective tissue pain that supports it) Deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals Pinch nerves Psychosomatic disorders, etc. What is the best treatment for the pain, what foods are and are not can be consumed, what kind of exercise is right to do, the answer of course can vary depending on the cause of your complaint.
Therefore, you should first check your complaint with a doctor or neurologist so that the cause can be evaluated. Thus, the doctor can give you the right treatment so that complaints do not come back again or get worse in the future.
In the meantime, here are some tips that you can apply:
Identify things (including certain movements) that often aggravate the pain, then avoid them as much as possible. Compress the painful area with ice cubes or warm water (whichever makes the pain better) Apply a pain relief cream to the side of the body that hurts ( for example those containing paracetamol) Do not massage, massage, or give careless treatment to painful areas of the body Get plenty of rest Maintain ideal body weight Avoid doing too extreme and repetitive movements using painful knees and wrists. Do more exercise, relaxation, and meditation to calm Your mind can do more stretching exercises to improve pain, for example, yoga, floor exercise, swimming, cycling. Avoid taking pain medications without a doctor's prescription. There are no special foods that are required or prohibited for consumption. Before you clear the cause of your complaint, you should eat a nutritionally balanced diet, not focusing on just one particular type of food. Don't smoke. Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah