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In over 27 years of experience, doctors achieve with the have observed a common complaint among joint disorder patients, which is, an excess of pain, especially at night. If you are undergoing joint pain medication and treatment, the same stuff happened with you as well. And, if you are wondering why teens become worse at night, here are three reasons that will explain the cause behind it.
Synovial fluid pressure
Body aches and pains have a way of becoming was applied, and movement becomes limited and fluid pressure in the body increases eventually. If you have been suffering from inexplicable pains, especially at night the reason can be one of the many different things that can happen especially when you fall asleep at night. One of the most common reason why people experience more pain at night is because the synovial fluid present inside bone joints exert a certain amount of pressure when the body is not an movement. During the daytime, when the body is under movement, this fluid moves around the entire body does not in a certain area. As a result, there is no pressure. However, at night the synovial fluid begins to pool in pockets around the joints and exerts pressure ñ thereby causing a little pain and stiffness.
Joint pains respond differently to different barometric pressure and temperature. That is a reason why you feel differently when there is cloud over it. Stiffness aches and pains also become more and the temperature drops. Other factors that increase pain are humidity, and pressure, wind direction and rain. This was found in a research conducted by the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom in 2018. So the leg pain at night couldn't be because of a decreasing temperature or increase in barometric pressure.
Finally, the most common reason why people have excruciating joint pain and knee pain at night is because of their faulty sleeping positions. Many times, this can be caused because of a mattress that is too hard, or too soft, which is not supported friends in the right position. Also, many people have the habit of sleeping in weird wrong positions even with high quality mattresses under them.
Joint pain medication that you can use at night
For proper medication against joint pain, speak to your general practitioner or your family doctor to know more about it. As a general aid to deal with the pain, you can use Jiva Ayurveda pain, oil, which is very beneficial in relieving stiffness and inflammation. And it will also help you sleep better at night. Joint pain medication can only be given by your doctor after proper and thorough consultation with you.
Home remedies for joint pain
Ayurveda recommends many joint pain home remedies which are very effective in getting relief from long-term as well as short-term pain and stiffness in the joints. Here are a few of the most commonly recommended by doctors.
Turmeric: In a clinical trial done in 2010, researchers found that turmeric has a very effective anti-inflammatory ramification on the joints which is useful in dealing with arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout and other sorts of joint pains. Take a glass of cow's milk, add a teaspoon of turmeric, and a teaspoon of honey, mix it well. Drink this milk recipe every night to get some relief in your joint pain.
Ginger: Ginger has similar anti-inflammatory properties that match I do profane. Studies show that taking extracts of ginger 3 to 4 times a day can reduce pain in osteoarthritis and another type of joint disorders. Before going to bed at night, you can choose on a few strands of dried ginger and gulp it down with half a cup of lukewarm water. In addition to helping you deal with the pain, it will also improve digestion.
For other useful remedies and personalised home treatment for joint disorders, consult an expert Jiva Ayurveda doctor today.
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