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People with high knee pain reported fewer aches after this new treatment – says study

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Chronic knee pain is a very common thing. It can occur for a variety of reasons, making it difficult to move and perform daily activities.

Many things can cause knee injury or pain. The knee joint is extremely complicated.

Pain, inflammation, and other symptoms can arise when the components of the knee are not functioning properly. 

Certain lifestyle choices can raise knee pain risk.

Trauma: Starting physical activity without stretching properly first can increase the risk of a traumatic knee injury. People who play intense sports, such as basketball and football, have a higher risk of traumatic injury.

Gout: Gout can be caused by a variety of factors, including lifestyle choices and genetics. Excessive alcohol consumption, obesity, and nutritional variables could all have a role.

Degenerative disorders: These are common as people get older, but there are other factors at play. Age, particular genes, lack of activity, and dietary factors all increase the risk of osteoporosis.

Obesity: This raises the risk of OA, particularly in larger joints like the knees. Excess weight puts pressure on the knees, causing pain and inflammation.

Bacterial infections: Cellulitis can develop in people who have a weaker immune system have skin disorders, have long-term swelling in their arms and legs, or who use medicines that require needles.

Connective tissue disorders: A family history of RA, being over 40, smoking, and obesity are all risk factors for RA. Women are also more prone than men to get RA.

Age, usage of the joints, and genetic factors are all possible causes of knee discomfort.

Many of these issues can be avoided by exercising and eating a healthy diet throughout one’s life.

According to a new study, olive leaf extracts can alleviate knee pain and could be used as a natural alternative to painkillers.

After using a twice-daily olive leaf extract (Ole) supplement for six months, people with severe knee pain reported fewer aches.

Swiss researchers found that the supplements, which are available over-the-counter in health food stores, may be used instead of medication, which frequently has harmful side effects.

The results of the study were published in the journal Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease.

The paper concluded:

“An [Ole]-based dietary supplement may improve joint functional capacity in older people with high knee joint pain. 

Ole could be of value as an alternative to these drugs in pain management of active subjects.”

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