Paingone Pain Relief Systems for Joint Pain
Managing Joint Pain for Improved Mobility with At-Home Solutions
According to the CDC, 22.7% of adults suffer from doctor-diagnosed arthritis of some kind. For many people, joint pain can be a symptom of arthritis or tendonitis while others may experience pain due to overuse. The Paingone pain relief range allows you to find some relief from non-serious joint pain. Regardless of whether it’s caused by should tendonitis or knee arthritis, Paingone products can help alleviate some of the discomforts, allowing better mobility.
Joint Pain The medical term for joint pain is arthralgia. It includes feelings of pain, discomfort, soreness or inflammation in any joint of the body.
Common joint pain complaints include knees, shoulders, hips, and elbows in that order. Joint pain can affect other joints such as the wrist, sacroiliac joint and finger (e.g. metacarpophalangeal joint) joints.
Typically, mild joint pain does not warrant a visit to a doctor. However, if the pain persists for several weeks, it’s better to get it checked.
The medical term for joint pain is arthralgia. It includes feelings of pain, discomfort, soreness or inflammation in any joint of the body.
Common joint pain complaints include knees, shoulders, hips, and elbows in that order. Joint pain can affect other joints such as the wrist, sacroiliac joint and finger (e.g. metacarpophalangeal joint) joints. Typically, mild joint pain does not warrant a visit to the GP.
However, if the pain persists for several weeks, it’s better to get it checked.
Types of Joint Pain
Types of Joint Pain
There are two main types of joint pain:
Acute pain lasts a few weeks and is usually the result of overuse, sprains, strains, flu, etc.
Chronic joint pain is often a symptom of another underlying condition such as arthritis or gout. It can last anywhere from several weeks to years and is often accompanied by inflammation, swelling and stiffness.
The Paingone Pen and other products don’t require the use of drugs or any other material that may cause harm.
It has virtually no side effects and can be used as often as needed throughout the day.
Causes of Joint Pain
In many cases, joint pain happens without an apparent cause. It lasts a short while and dissipates on its own. Besides that, non-serious causes of joint pain may include strain, sprain, carpal tunnel syndrome or another overuse injury.
Arthritis remains one of the leading causes of joint pain among the elderly population. Other underlying causes of joint pain may include the following.
Keep in mind that these conditions also trigger an onset of other symptoms, which are treated differently.
• Infectious diseases
• Autoimmune disorders
Risk Factors of Joint Pain
The most common factors that pose risk to joint pain are also those that have implications for arthritis.
Conditions, such as arthritis, have shown to be more prevalent in those people who have a family history of some types of arthritis such as osteoarthritis.
As we get older, our bones and joints lose their integrity and strength. This can increase the likelihood of certain conditions that may case joint pain.
The heavier a person is, the more pressure it will put on the joints. This can trigger pain in weight-bearing joints such as the knees and ankles as they support our weight.
Whether sustained in an accident or playing a sport, certain injuries can cause temporary or lasting joint pain.
Women are more susceptible to arthritis and related diseases that cause aching joints.
Bad habits such as smoking and a sedentary lifestyle can also increase the likelihood of joint pain. Additionally, you may have more chances of experiencing joint pain if you work an occupation that involves hard physical labour or repetitive actions.
Treating Joint Pain
While serious joint injuries and underlying health conditions require specific treatments prescribed by a doctor, joint pain caused by overuse injuries can be managed at home.
These are short-lived, and the pain is acute or even less intense. Some self-management tricks for joint pain that may work include:
• Over-the-counter painkillers such as ibuprofen
• Applying heat
• Applying an ice pack
• Resting the joint
For those with knee joint pain or other caused by arthritis, regularly exercising the joint with heat/cold therapy may be effective in managing aching joints.
At-Home Pain Management Therapy
The Paingone Plus and Freeze gel combines simplicity and ease-of-use with the latest pain-management techniques.
These products are specifically designed to temporarily help reduce joint pain and help you get back to your best. Paingone has already helped millions alleviate discomfort, temporarily block pain, and turn their day around.