Joint Pain

Joint discomfort, often in hands, feet, hips, knees, or spine, can be constant or intermittent. Sometimes, joints can feel stiff, achy, or sore. Some people complain of a burning, throbbing, or “grating” sensation. In addition, joints may feel stiff in the morning but loosen up and feel better with movement and activity. However, too much activity could make the pain worse.

Common reasons for joint Pains and LMNT treatments

Joint pain may affect the function of the joints and can limit your ability to do basic tasks. Severe, painful joints can interfere with your quality of life.

A. Osteoarthritis

Often referred to as wear-and-tear arthritis, osteoarthritis is a prevalent cause of joint pain, stemming from the erosion of the joint lining known as cartilage. While osteoarthritis can affect any joint, it most frequently targets the knees, hands, and hips. Key risk factors include obesity, traumatic injuries, and a lack of physical activity.

LMNT views osteoarthritis as a degenerative condition linked to the body’s acidic blood pH. LMNT Sanjeevani treatment focuses on restoring normal blood pH by addressing the digestive system. This involves promoting proper fat digestion to supply essential lubrication for joints and enhancing Vitamin D absorption in the gut to strengthen the bone matrix. Additionally, the treatment stimulates kidney function to filter out toxins.

B. Tendon and ligament injuries

The second most prevalent source of joint pain is tendon/ligament injuries, varying from inflammation and swelling to partial or full tears.

Tendons, extensions of muscles attaching to bones around joints, can cause pain that feels joint-related but originates in the muscles. Ligaments, connecting bones, can also sustain partial or full tears.

Knee pain often results from meniscus injuries, the cartilage cushioning and stabilizing the knee joint. While sports activities commonly cause meniscus injuries, arthritis can also lead to painful tears.

LMNT Sanjeevani addresses internal injuries by activating the liver for bile production. Bile components exhibit various beneficial effects, including anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, antioxidant, sedative, anti-convulsive, anti-allergic, anti-congestive, anti-diabetic, and anti-spasmodic properties. The treatment alsoenhances calcium metabolism, promoting faster recovery.

C. Gout

Gout, a prevalent and painful form of arthritis, results from the accumulation of uric acid in the blood. This acid then infiltrates the joints, forming crystals in the body’s joints, fluids, and tissues.

These crystals induce intense pain, significant swelling, and redness in joints like the big toe, hand, wrist, or knee.

LMNT Sanjeevani tackles gout by activating the kidneys to filter out excess acidity from the blood. It also enhances digestive functions, preventing toxin accumulation in the body, while rejuvenating the body’s vital energy.

D. Autoimmune Diseases

Many autoimmune diseases—lupus and rheumatoid arthritis in particular—cause joint pain. Individuals possess an inherent predisposition to these conditions, often triggered by viral infections.

Prevalent in women in their 20s and 30s, these autoimmune disorders typically manifest pain in smaller joints such as fingers, wrists, and toes.

LMNT Sanjeevani addresses autoimmune disorders by modulating the thymus gland’s function, activating the adrenal glands to produce corticosteroids that alleviate joint inflammation. The treatment also stimulates prostaglandin function, effectively regulating inflammation and providing significant relief to patients.



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