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by Malcolm I. V Jayson
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Understanding Arthritis and Rheumatism : A Complete Guide to the Problems and Treatment. by Malcolm I.
As indicated in its subtitle this book is a Guide to the Problems and Treatment of rheumatism
As indicated in its subtitle this book is a Guide to the Problems and Treatment of rheumatism. This book should have wide readership by the general public and should be especially valuable to the patient to provide a better understanding of his rheumatic illness and a basis for advantageous cooperation with the physician and allied health professionals providing his care. RICHARD 608 Alhambra Road Venice, Florida 33595 Stern.
Arthritis and rheumatism are among the commonest forms of chronic disease and . There are many problems with current conventional treatment of arthritis and rheumatism.
Arthritis and rheumatism are among the commonest forms of chronic disease and, with an aging population, are set to become commoner still. Strictly speaking, arthritis means disease of the joints, while rheumatism is disease of the soft connective tissues which support and move the joints. The root of the problem is wearing out of the cartilage, the tough, slippery gristle, which allows the ends of the bone to slide smoothly over each other and absorbs shocks. The joint becomes stiff and painful, and may creak as it is moved.
Rheumatoid arthritis – appears in a number of variants held together by the common feature of the immune system acting . Treatment of rheumatism symptoms. Alfred Vogel's guide to leading a healthy and happy life
Rheumatoid arthritis – appears in a number of variants held together by the common feature of the immune system acting against the tissue in and around joints. Fibromyalgia – characterised by inflammation of the muscles and connective tissue in the body with a variety of causes. Polymyalgia rheumatica – affects muscles of the shoulders and thighs. If you suffer from rheumatism, you may find that a change in your diet and lifestyle can help reduce your symptoms. Alfred Vogel's guide to leading a healthy and happy life. Nature is just about the best thing we’ve got! Discover the story of Alfred Vogel.
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Arthritis, one of the oldest disease known to mankind, is the inflammation of one or more joints. Arthritis usually begins with a morning stiffness in the joints brought on by a life of hard work and/ or former injuries. It occurs in all ethnic races at all times of the life-cycle. Decline in joint function generally begins at age 30 if you don't exercise. No one really knows the exact cause of this painful and disabling disease, however, there are three theories: Infection. Nearly 40 million Americans have some form of arthritis. The general term arthritis includes over 100 kinds of rheumatic diseases most of which last for life.
Jayson and Dixon are helpful when discussing home aids for disabled arthritis victims - special shoes, cooking and . On the whole Faye Lewis' All Out Against Arthritis (1973) is a better book.
Jayson and Dixon are helpful when discussing home aids for disabled arthritis victims - special shoes, cooking and bathing appliances, the value of bed rest and hydrotherapy. They are much less satisfactory when it comes to medication - a section devoted to new and experimental drugs lists not a one by name. A chapter on arthritis as it affects sex, pregnancy and family life (and this is a source of great anxiety for patients) is so cursory as to arouse the suspicion that the authors are embarrassed by the topic.