Our bodies are everything to us. It is the engine that keeps our goals a reality and therefore we can accomplish anything we want. What would we do without our hands, legs, feet, arms? Well the answers is very clear, not much. We need these important body parts to get from point a to b, and c. So why do they start failing us, usually after we turn fifty years old? Well that is all also our responsibility it is the wear and tear of life and how good we have taken care of it. Osteoarthritis usually is what affects more commonly on the knees, also known as degenerative joint disease. And to put it in simple terms, and if are a car fanatic it’s just like the breaks on a car. As soon as the brake pads wear out because of wear and tear they stop working. So with the knees it’s the cartilage, as we climb all those hills, jog at a high pace, tennis, and of course working very hard. Being overweight seems to worsen it, and this is very logical to imagine the more weight to a flattening tire the faster it will happen.
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