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This is the one sign that you’ll have arthritis in the future
Words – Gina Florio
From the editors of HelloGiggles
It may seem like something that should only concern you in the distant future, but arthritis is a condition that’s worth thinking about today. There are all kinds of factors that can contribute to arthritis, such as injured joints, family history, or just a natural breakdown of the cartilage tissue, and it’s thought that an alkaline diet can help with arthritis. Additionally, there has been recent research showing a correlation between squeaky, noisy knees and an early onset of arthritis.
If you’re the kind of person whose knees pop or crack when you’re moving around, you might want to listen up.
The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases funded a study of 3,500 participants that was published inArthritis Care & Research, and the researchers found that 18 percent of people with creaky knees and hints of arthritis eventually developed arthritis later on.
Although this isn’t the best news, don’t take this as an immediate diagnosis. Dr Grace Lo, an assistant professor of medicine at Baylor and study leader, told theNew York Timesthat they still haven’t figured out exactly what causes the popping sounds.
‘It’s not a universal truth that all popping in the knees is bad,’ Dr Lo said.
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