Study reveals danger of Parkinson's for joint pain sufferers...
In this study, the data of 33,360 patients, who were aged 50 to 64 years and who suffered from osteoarthritis between 2002 and 2005, was compared to data from the same number of individuals with the same demographics but who did not have osteoarthritis.
The results showed that having osteoarthritis increases your risk of developing Parkinson's by a staggering 41%!
Patients with knee or hip osteoarthritis were particularly at risk of developing Parkinson's.
Wondering how that's possible?
The scientists worked out that the inflammatory markers that produce joint pain
and stiffness also elicit neuroinflammation and accelerate neurodegeneration... This leaves these people with a higher predisposition for Parkinson's.
Keep reading to find out what you can do help protect your brain...
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What can you do?
With the underlying problem being inflammation, it makes sense to take steps to reduce this in the body
In this study, patients with osteoarthritis had low vitamin D blood levels and were more susceptible to vitamin D deficiency.
A chronic deficiency of vitamin D can cause further degeneration of neurons, which can raise your risk of Parkinson's.
So, get 20 minutes of direct sunlight per day and take a vitamin D3 supplement.
Get 20-30 minutes of exercise per day by walking. Another study found that daily walks can reduce the effects of osteoarthrtitis.
Cut back on inflammatory foods - including sugar and refined carbohydrates.
Keep your blood sugar
levels in the normal range.
so that it has less of an impact on your body.
And improve your gut health by taking a quality probiotic - along with exercise and cutting out unhealthy foods.
With these tips, you will reduce your joint pain
and help protect yourself from chronic inflammation and related conditions.