Tips For Keeping Your Knee Healthy

Depending on your age and lifestyle, degenerative changes happen in knee joint which starts bothering everyone at some point of life. One of the most common reasons for knee joint pain is inflammation due to advanced wear of the cartilage on the moving surface of the knee joint. This inflammation of cartilage leads to pain, swelling, loss of range of motion which ends up into osteoarthritis of the knee.

Knee pain can also be due to ligament or meniscus injury or by bursitis. So here are some helpful tips to keep your knee healthy and remain problem free:

Don’t Ignore Pain:

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Many people avoid their knee pain when they first experience it and believe that it will eventually go away.

Early diagnosis is the key to preventing severe, irreversible damage to the knee. If you have a sharp, intermittent, localized pain you should get yourself checked soon rather than delaying it in order to stop your condition from getting worse.

Keep Your Legs Strong 

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Hamstrings and the quadriceps are muscles of the thigh. Both have the crucial role in shock and impact absorption. These muscles must be kept strong and flexible in order to protect the joint surfaces of your knee.

  Wear Appropriate Shoes:


Wearing well-fitted and cushioned shoes can reduce stress on the knee and prevent from various injuries.

Drink More Water



Drinking more water will nourish your cartilage. With increase in age, water content in your body gets low and            result in unhealthy cartilage hastening the onset of degenerative joint disease

Stretch Your Muscles



Stretching before exercising should be a regular part of your daily routine. However, it is important not to over-stretch. Always start any exercise or workout with stretching. Stretching maintains flexibility of muscles which helps to prevent various knee problems.

Diet Supplement

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Vitamins and Nutrients such as vitamin C, calcium and vitamin D support healthy bones and greens such as spinach, kale, and cabbage contains vitamin K, another nutrient that supports bone health.

Lose Your Extra Weight


Carrying extra weight means you are putting undue stress on your joints, particularly your knees.


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