Physical Activity Can Be Quite A Pain   

Physical Activity Can Be Quite A Pain

Exercise, training and sports activities can cause wear and tear on the joints, like the knees, hips and fingers.

Some people may have only mild discomfort. But as cartilage covering the ends of bones in the joints wears away, many people may have considerable pain, inflammation and loss of movement, and this can affect your day-to-day life.

Many women suffer abdominal pain prior and during their menstruation. This condition is called primary dysmenorrhea and it is caused by the release of certain chemicals in the body.

In the body, the enzyme COX-2 plays a role in causing pain and inflammation. Inflammation is a process by which the body's defense system protects our bodies from bacteria and viral infection.

Sometimes the immune system triggers an inflammatory response when there are no bacteria to fight off. Inflammation is characterized by redness, swollen joint that's warm to the touch, joint pain and stiffness and loss of joint function. To reduce pain, the solution is to target and block only the COX-2 enzyme. 


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