Arthritis is referred to as the collection of joint inflammation disease. There are more 100 varieties of this disease are there. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the most common form of that inflammatory disease.
General wear and tear damages the cartilage tissue of joints which leads to osteoarthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis is caused by autoimmune problems in which the body's immune system itself affects the joints and bones.
As with every chronic disease, the relationship between arthritis and dental health is two way. Numerous studies have shown that people with arthritis are at higher risk of being affected with gum disease.
Various studies have related the bacteria, which causes gum diseases, leads to early onset of rheumatoid arthritis and increases the severity of the disease.
Apart from severe pain in joints, people with arthritis suffer from Fatigue, feel challenging to complete the task, reduced concentration and mental Irritability. They also have to manage emotional challenges caused difficult interpersonal issues.
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