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Arthritis pain is a type of joint pain that is caused by inflammation in the joints. It can be a chronic condition that affects people of all ages and can lead to significant disability and reduced quality of life.
1. Aging Population
As the population ages, the prevalence of arthritis pain is increasing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 54.4 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with arthritis, and this number is expected to increase to 78 million by 2040.
2. Obesity Epidemic
Obesity is a major risk factor for arthritis pain, particularly in the knees and hips. As the obesity epidemic continues to grow, so does the prevalence of arthritis pain. According to the Arthritis Foundation, every pound of excess weight puts an additional 4 pounds of pressure on the knees.
3. Increased Awareness and Diagnosis
There is a growing awareness of arthritis pain and its impact on quality of life, which has led to increased diagnosis and treatment. This has also led to more research into the causes and treatments of arthritis pain, which has improved outcomes for patients.
4. Lack of Physical Activity
A lack of physical activity can contribute to the development of arthritis pain, as well as exacerbate existing symptoms. As more people lead sedentary lifestyles, the prevalence of arthritis pain is increasing. Regular exercise can help reduce the risk of developing arthritis pain and improve symptoms in those who already have it.
5. Environmental Factors
Environmental factors such as pollution and exposure to toxins may contribute to the development of arthritis pain. As these factors become more prevalent, the incidence of arthritis pain may increase.
1. Dr. Axe (@draxe)
Holistic doctor and influencer who shares tips and remedies for arthritis pain on his Instagram account.
2. Julie Michelson (@itsjustabaddaynotlife)
Arthritis advocate and influencer who documents her arthritis journey and shares tips and advice on managing arthritis pain on her Instagram account.
3. Hetty Mahlich (@arthritis.hetty)
Arthritis advocate and influencer who shares her experiences and tips on managing arthritis pain on her Instagram account.
4. Claire Wyrostok (@thewallflowerinwonderland)
Chronic pain advocate and influencer who shares her journey with arthritis pain and provides resources and support for others with chronic pain on her Instagram account.
5. Lene Andersen (@yourlifewithra)
Arthritis advocate and influencer who shares her experiences living with rheumatoid arthritis and provides support and resources for others living with arthritis on her Instagram account.