Arthritis is an inflammatory disorder of the joints. Two bones come together at a point in the body called a joint. In order for the parts of the body that are connected by a joint to be mobile, the joint must be able to flex and move. Arthritis is defined as inflammation of one or more joints. Joint pain is a common symptom of arthritis.


Arthralgia is the medical term for joint pain. The rheumatic diseases include arthritis. Joints, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons are common targets, but many of these conditions can also affect other, more internal organs. Arthritis comes in a wide variety of forms (over 100 have been described so far, and the number is growing). Cartilage degeneration-related variants are just one type. People of all ages, sexes, and ages are affected by arthritis. Many people with arthritis are still in their prime working years.

Symptoms of Arthritis:

Incapacity for hand function or locomotion


Illness and exhaustion

Losing the weight

Inadequate rest

Aches and pains in the muscles

Pain or stiffness, especially upon waking up or immediately following use.

Having trouble bending or straightening the joint

Subsequent, substantial changes are typical in advanced cases of arthritis.

Subsequent, substantial changes are typical in advanced cases of arthritis. In the case of arthritis, for instance, a person may experience difficulty moving around and/or exercising due to their symptoms.

  Consequences that arise as a result of the primary effect include:

Fragile muscles

Lack of adaptability

Fitness levels have dropped, especially in the aerobic fitness