Pain is a definite sign that something is wrong with our bodies.It’s the natural sign of alarm that we poses, even though it is the only one we poses and the fact that it’s as annoying as a thousand angels scratching a thousand blackboards at the same time for a thousand years straight, makes it all that much more unbearable to begin with.
Pain in of itself is harmless, up to a certain point of course when the body naturally passes out, however pain itself is not a real killer. What is actually more important than the pain itself is where the pain is located.
Pain in the joints is especially dangerous, because of the fact that it can cause us to lose our mobility.
Being able to move in a lot of directions and reach out for a lot of objects at the same time is something that we not only take pride in but also something that we have actually built our life around.
Even in prehistoric times, when we were hunter-gatherers, we used the flexibility of our joints combined with the strength of our muscles to both hunt for meat and forage for fruits and vegetables.
So it’s safe to say that if one or more joints are affected by pain, we are no longer able to ignore it and we need to actually do something about it.
But we have to keep something in mind, no matter how many joints we have, there will always be joints that are more important than others, and the knee is at the very top.
And when your knee hurts, you are basically like a car running on two flat tires at the same time.
Of course, this should never happen in the first place, however there are certain things that no matter how hard you try to stay ahead of them, they will still catch up to you.
Knee pain is one of these things and can be caused by a lot of factors.
It can be the result of physical trauma, like from an accident, or a good old fashioned brawl that went horribly wrong.
If there was no recent accident, and the pain just came out of nowhere, then things might get a little scary.
Arthritis, osteoporosis, and a lot of other diseases do a good job at grinding your joints away.
They have no cure but there are treatments that can postpone their effects, and when they do hit you, they will; hit you in a far less painful discomforting way.
The treatment in of itself is actually common sense.
A healthy diet, exercising on a regular basis and steering clear of stress.
When it does not work, then surgery is your last option.
In conclusion, if your joints, especially your knees start hurting for no apparent reason, the first thing you have to do is to go see a doctor about it, and follow his or her indications to the letter