Rheumatoid Arthritis Week
Arthritis Joint Supplements for RA and OA
June 25, 2013
This week is RA Awareness week. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. It’s a chronic disease that attacks the synovium, a lining in our joints and organs. It doesn’t only affect our joints. Some people experience RA in their eyes, causing blindness. RA is triggered by the immune system. The immune system attacks healthy synovial cells.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease. OA is present in joints only. It attacks the cartilage between the joints. Over time and with lots of stress (on joints), cartilage deteriorates and breaks down, exposing bone on bone. When bones touch and rub against each other when we move, we feel pain.
There are so many types of arthritis. They affect different parts of our body in different ways. RA is not OA. RA treatment differs from OA, but both are primarily treated by prescription drugs, which can have dangerous side effects.
Synflex arthritis joint supplements may help. Synflex is the best glucosamine supplement for OA. It is still unclear if glucosamine is effective for RA. Some doctors tell their patients to take glucosamine. If you have RA and your doctor has recommended glucosamine, make sure you opt for liquid glucosamine.
You hear a lot of people claim they’ve taken glucosamine supplements and say that it doesn’t work. The reason is because the glucosamine they were taking wasn’t Synflex liquid glucosamine, emphasis on li quid. Synflex liquid glucosamine works faster and better than the arthritis joint supplements you can buy at your local store.
Whether you have OA and RA, arthritis joint supplements can help and lessen your dependency on prescription NSAIDs that could have dangerous long term side effects. Try Synflex. If you find that it doesn’t work, you can get your money back with our money back guarantee.