When we think about arthritis, the picture that first comes to our minds is that an elderly. However, did you know that over 300,000 children in United States suffer from one or the other form of arthritis? Juvenile Arthritis is one such form which refers to a group of conditions in which the joint is inflamed in children below the age of 16 years.
What is Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis?
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis is a form of an autoimmune disease in which the joints are inflamed often leading to joint pain and swelling. As it is an autoimmune disease, the body’s own immune system attacks its own joints thereby leading to joint inflammation and damage. Some children with Juvenile Arthritis often have flared up symptoms that means they have episodes when their symptoms worsen.
Is Juvenile Arthritis carried with genes?
Many people are of the belief that Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis runs in families. However, recent studies indicate that it is caused by several factors that are related to both genes and triggered by the environment. The disease is linked to an antigen DR4 which is a part of the gene called HLA. When the genetic factors are triggered by the environmental factors then it may result in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. There are various forms of Juvenile Arthritis of which Systemic Arthritis, Polyarthritis, Oligoarthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis and Enthesitis are common.
What is the Safest Treatment for Juvenile Arthritis?
There are a number of treatments available for Juvenile Arthritis. However, if you are looking out for the safest option, Homeopathy is the right treatment for you. The Science behind Homeopathy treatment for Juvenile Arthritis is that it treats the person in entirety and not just the disease that means it directly hits the root cause of the disease which makes the process a naturally healing phenomenon. Constitutional Homeopathy is a treatment that regulates one’s immune system to boost natural healing mechanism of the body and so is a widely used and safest option to treat Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.