Is Aging Causing Your Knee Pain?
Some people think that they have knee pain because they are getting older. They believe that aches and pain are a natural part of aging.
You are more likely to have pain when you are older, because your body does not heal as quickly and you can become deficient in certain nutrients and enzymes.
However, old age is not causing your knee pain. If you have knee pain that is caused by simple aging, then everyone your age would have the exact same knee pain!
As we get older, we are more likely to get inflammation. Our bodies do not produce enough of the healing enzymes that our body needs for cellular repair.
Just because you are more likely to have aches and pains does not mean you need to keep them. There are many natural options for pain relief.
By using natural remedies, you can replace some of the things you lose as you age.
I don’t think you are alone if you think that aging is causing your knee pain or any other kind of pain. When medical doctors don’t know how to help you, they sometimes say it is caused by:
- Something you ate
You can be 80 and have no knee pain. You can weight 300 pounds and have no knee pain. That is not to discount the impact these things have on you, but it seems to me to be an incorrect assumption.