As often in live there is not only one but there are several causes for something. This is the same with osteoarthritis. In most of the cases, osteoarthritis is a long-term consequence of (over-) utilization of the joints for many years.
What about “eating off” osteoarthritis? This would be a great thing! Unfortunately, there is no such a thing as an osteoarthritis-diet. But choosing the right food can help reduce symptoms of an existing osteoarthritis.
As soon as it starts to get cold, grey and foggy outside, we prefer to stay in our warm living room instead of running around in grim weather.
People who work hard physically often believe that there is no need for extra exercise. They think that the exercise they do during their job is sufficient. Unfortunately, they are wrong.
Nobody consults a physician immediately just because there is a pain now and then. As long as it is still possible to move one’s body more or less, we just go on.