1. What are the Joints?
2. What is A Cartilage?
Cartilage is a vital structural component of your body. It is a firm tissue but is softer & much more flexible than bone. It is basically a connective tissue found in various areas of the body like Joints between bones, Ends of Ribs, between the vertebrae in the spinal cord, ears & nose, etc.
Joint pain usually sets in when cartilage in our joints gets damaged due to wear & tear. Our body is a wonderful creation capable of walking running climbing exercising cycling and much more & as we age wear and tear in the cartilage around the joint causes pain and discomfort. Cartilage is a connective tissue appearing at the end of the bones. It cushions our joints and helps them to move smoothly and easily.
As the cartilage deteriorates it causes pain and discomfort of the joints. If your joint starts aching and regular moments eventually become painful which is common in the people of the age group between 30 to 50 are falling prey to Joint degeneration. The best way to take care of your joints is to keep your muscles, ligaments, and your bones strong and stable.