KneeGuard Formula contains the following ingredients:
Counteracts the gradual breakdown of natural glucosamine in our body, which leads to the degeneration of joints.
Collagen plays a vital role in the structure of skin and the strength of bones.
Boosts the growth, development and repair of all body tissues.
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It is a natural chemical compound found in cartilage, the tough tissue that cushions the joints in our bodies.
When one suffers from Osteoarthritis, the wearing down of the cartilage will cause friction around the joints, thus making it painful for any movement.
Research have found that the use of Glucosamine supplement helps in pain relief for people suffering from Osteoarthritis of the knee, hip and spine.
It is a protein in our body which helps to provide structure to our skin and helps our blood clot.
It is one of the major building blocks of our bones, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. It it sort of a glue that binds these things together.
As we get older, our body produces less collagen. One visible signs is that our skin becomes less supple.
One of the safest and most effective nutrients our body needs. Vitamin C may offer protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling.
Swelling and Stiffness
Redness and warmth to the touch
Instability and weakness
Crunching and Popping Noises
Cannot fully straighten the knee
A knee injury can affect any of the ligaments, tendons or the fluid-filled sacs that surround your knee joint as well as the bones, cartilage and ligaments that form the joint itself.
Such as dislocated knee cap, hip or foot pain that make you change the way you walk, overuse injury of the connective tissues around the knee.
Osteoarthritis (due to wear and tear), Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Pseudogout (caused by calcium-containing crystals in the joint fluid), Septic Arthritis.
Extra kilos will put a strain on your knees, increasing the risk of knee injury.
Take time for conditioning before engaging in sports. Ensure your technique or movement are the best they can be.
Make sure the technique and movement patterns you use in your sports or activity are the best they can be. Lessons from a professional can be very helpful.
Be Strong and Stay Flexible
Weak muscles are a leading cause of knee injuries, so you'll benefit from building up your quadriceps and hamstrings, which support your knees. Balance and stability training helps the muscles around your knees work together more effectively. Do some stretching before any sports as tight muscles can contribute to injury.
If you have chronic knee pain you may need to change the way you exercise. Consider switching to swimming or other low-impact activities — at least for a few days a week. Sometimes simply limiting high-impact activities will provide relief.
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