Arthritis is a disease that threatens different age groups and, according to official statistics, around 10 million people in the UK have arthritis, including the elderly and young children.
A report posted on the Medical Express website revealed some symptoms that point to your rare arthritis, as arthritis symptoms typically tend to lead to joint pain and inflammation, but some other signs can be difficult to detect. The report states that there are many types of arthritis, but arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the most common.
Inflammation occurs as a result of osteoporosis and the progressive wear and tear of the cartilage between the joints.
Some of the rarer symptoms of arthritis are:
- Change the shape of the skin.
- Increased heart rate
- Hair loss
- Numbness in the legs
- Difficulty sleeping
- Stunned spells
- Sore throat
- Painful eye sockets
- brain fog
- Dry eyes
- Narrow jaw
- Bad balance
- Dry mouth
The most common signs and symptoms of arthritis include:
- Joint stiffness
Among the complications of acute arthritis, when it affects the hands or arms, where it is difficult to perform simple daily tasks, while it is difficult for a person with arthritis of the foot to support weights heavy or from walking or sitting for a long time.