Growing old brings many benefits (give me a few moments I will think of one), but far too many health related problems. But as someone wiser than me once said the alternative is worse. If you’re over 50 then the chances are that you have plenty of aches and pains, morning stiffness, arthritis in your fingers, hips and knees, and if you happen to be a former athlete then you probably have a myriad of aches and pains in places you never knew could ache.
What causes joint stiffness?
Joint stiffness is defined as discomfort after a period of inactivity (such as waking up in the morning or sitting for an extended period of time), decreased range of motion or a loss of range of motion in a joint.
Joint stiffness is caused by inflammation in the synovium, the lining of the joint. Inflammation is the body’s basic response to injury. Often, a residual material called Fibrin accumulates in the injured area. If not removed, excess fibrin build-up can result in sustained pain, loss of mobility and continued stiffness.
Many of us are familiar with the digestive enzymes found in the stomach and intestines; they process the various foods we eat. However, other types of enzymes are reaction-causing agents which make breathing, growth, healing and other body functions possible.
Enzymes more than just sustain life, they are catalysts for virtually every biological and chemical reaction in the body. Without enzymes, life itself could not exist. As we age however, our own internal enzyme production significantly declines. The enzymes we need to maintain healthy joints, a strong immune system, good circulation and overall balanced well-being are less available.
As we begin to mature our reduced enzyme levels make us subject to enzyme deficiencies. This can lead to wide variety of health problems, including unhealthy amounts of fibrin accumulating in our joints, our blood and veins and throughout our system.
I have found relief by taking Trevinol. It’s a minor miracle.
Trevinol® contains 100% vegetable derived enzymes which are readily bioavailable and therefore, chemically more effective than our bodies own natural enzymes. These enzymes attack fibrin and may reduce the impact of fibrin buildup associated with arthritic and inflammatory conditions, plaque build up within the arteries, scar tissue, production of C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and Fibrosis.
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