Drinking wine can help arthritis symptoms pictures


There are many forms of arthritis that can affect our joints. However, rheumatoid arthritis, which is an immune system disorder, has a great (or not so great) relationship with wine. Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when your immune system begins to attack the membrane lining around the joints. This lining thickens, which can lead to cartilage and bone being destroyed inside your joint. This is most common in women between 40 and 60. This disorder can also cause osteoporosis, carpal tunnel, lung diseases, and heart problems. Now for the good stuff: treatment. Research has found that people who drink wine suffer from fewer symptoms and less pain from rheumatoid arthritis. Also, those who did not drink wine were found to be 4 times more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis than those who did partake in wine. These studies showed that how much was consumed was not as important as how often. So why does it help? The answer is resveratrol, which is an anti-inflammatory that helps to support the immune system and is found in wine. Arthritis symptoms typically are caused by inflammation, and resveratrol can suppress the responses necessary for the development of rheumatoid arthritis. While wine can help reduce your symptoms, it has its dangers as well. Alcohol can interact with medications and those with osteoporosis can break bones from falling while intoxicated. Talk with your doctor to determine if wine is appropriate for you, and enjoy your life a little better by reducing your joint pain.

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