Will vitamins reduce my joint pain?

Each year, approximately 15 million people experience joint pain that is classified as "chronic," that is, they report pain a joint or joints for an extended period of time. While it is true that older people suffer from chronic joint pain disproportionately, the condition can strike anyone at any age.

When joint pain occurs, many people turn to vitamins to reduce the effects and to support an overall improvement in their health.

Vitamins play an important role in supplementing what our diet does not provide, however, their role in providing specific chronic joint pain has not been confirmed. These vitamins include:

A - Vitamin A is known to provide improvement in the skin, hair, nails and bones. Vitamin A does not have a direct role in reducing joint pain, but it does improve bone health, which could play a secondary role in joint pain. Too much vitamin A, however, can lead to increased fractures.

- This vitamin is an antioxidant and may protect against the onset of rheumatoid arthritis adn osteoarthritis, however, the evidence is not conclusive. One study from 2019 suggests that higher vitamin C intake may reduce the level of cartilage, which could increase joint pain, not relieve it.

D - We know that vitamin D can help build stronger bones, which would seem to support joint pain relief. There are, however, studies showing that some levels of vitamin D can actually increase joint pain.

K - Some studies show that vitamin K may slow the onset of osteoarthritis, which is the leading cause of joint pain and lower extremity disability in older adults, however, it has not been proven to be specifically beneficia for the relief of joint pain.

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Too much vitamin A may lead to increased incidents of fractures. Excessive amounts of vitamin K and worsen clotting problems caused by liver disease. And high intake of vitamin D can promote increased calcium build-up, which may cause nausea, vomiting, weakness, and more.

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