Rheumatoid arthritis is a common acute or chronic connective tissue inflammation. Joint pain and fever are more common in the acute stage. It is characterized by sore joints and muscles, soreness, redness, and pain. This kind of disease can be very painful and recurrent. This kind of pain will become worse in the cold season, so rheumatic Arthritis should be prevented and controlled. What ways can prevent and control rheumatoid arthritis?
Patients can choose appropriate functional exercise methods, such as swimming, cycling, jogging, etc., on weekdays, which is helpful to promote joint function recovery and prevent joint stiffness and deformity.
2.Avoid wind and cold attacks
To prevent rheumatoid arthritis, we must pay attention to avoid the invasion of rheumatism and dampness. We must prevent cold, rain and dampness. We must keep warm at the joints. Do not wear wet clothes, wet shoes, wet socks, etc. These are all to prevent rheumatoid arthritis key.
3,Pay attention to controlling infection
Preventing and controlling infections is also one of the methods to prevent rheumatoid arthritis. Some experts believe that rheumatoid arthritis occurs only when the human body reacts to these infected pathogens. Therefore, prevention and control of rheumatoid arthritis must be controlled. The occurrence of infection.
It is necessary to emphasize both the nutrition of food and the balance of food nutrition. In the diet, pay attention to foods that are appropriately supplemented with high-quality protein and various vitamins.
5, Pay attention to diet adjustment
Elderly people’s metabolism is negative nitrogen balance, and when they get sick, they often have weight loss, anemia, and hypoproteinemia. For elderly patients with rheumatoid arthritis, we must not only emphasize the nutrition of the diet, but also pay attention to the stability of the type of food. Sudden changes in food types are important factors that make rheumatoid arthritis worse or worsen symptoms, and high-calorie, high-protein, and high-fat diets are also important malignant factors for rheumatoid arthritis. It is not uncommon for cases of day-to-day feeding to be significantly associated with joint and stiffness levels the following day.
Rheumatoid arthritis is still a controllable and incurable disease. At present, only 3-5% of patients can stop taking medicine for many years under controlled conditions. The vast majority of patients still need to achieve standard treatment. In popular terms, it means None of the joints are swollen, painful, and clinically asymptomatic. Clinical data show that about 60% of patients can reach this level of treatment. If the patient fails to reach this state after treatment for a period of time, it is necessary to adjust the treatment strategy and achieve the effect of controlling symptoms through the adjustment of drugs and non-drug treatment.