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From the age of 40, the cartilage of the joints wear out and consequently, the ends of the bones are less protected and the friction between them causes discomfort and pain.
Age, sedentary lifestyle and regular sports can cause pain, stiffness and lack of mobility that can be prevented, to a great extent, by avoiding wear and tear on the joints.
Curflex UCII® appears as the solution to all these problems. Contains Non-Denatured Type II Collagen, the specific collagen found in the structure of cartilage, supplemented by vitamin C, necessary for the normal synthesis of collagen and vitamin D that contributes to the preservation of bones and collaborates with the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus.
Who should take Curflex UCII®?
Curflex With Non-Denatured Type II Collagen, offers a natural alternative for men and women over 35 years of age, who suffer from joint pain caused by osteoarthritis and other painful phenomena due to physical activity, wear and tear due to age and hormonal changes. , Inter alia.
Curflex With Non-Denatured Type II Collagen, offers a natural alternative for men and women over 35 years of age, who suffer from joint pain caused by osteoarthritis and other painful phenomena.
It is useful for those who practice sports intensively and who tend to strain their joints and, consequently, present pain, stiffness and lack of joint mobility. Curflex UCII® allows to prevent these discomforts by preserving the articular cartilage, delaying its deterioration.
The mechanism of action
It is set in motion when the Curflex molecules come into contact in the small intestine with a group of cells of the immune system (Peyer’s patch) and an immune response is provoked that stimulates the production of T lymphocytes which, through the blood and lymphatic vessels reach damaged joints where type II collagen and other components of articular cartilage are synthesized in order to regenerate damaged cartilage.
Curflex is an over-the-counter dietary supplement and is well tolerated. It does not affect liver or kidney function. It contains no sodium or sugar and no allergic reactions or interactions have been reported.
The suggested dose is 1 tablet daily. Curflex UCII® begins to act after 30 days and the first clinical results are generally observed after 60 days. Maintaining the intake for 90-180 days, the improvement is manifested in the reduction of pain and increased flexibility and mobility of the affected joints.
The suggested dose is 1 tablet daily. Curflex UCII® begins to act after 30 days and the first clinical results are generally observed after 60 days.
Curflex can be suspended at any time, but the minimum time it is suggested to take it to observe results is two months, because joint recovery is slow, progressive and depends on each particular case.
Additionally, Curflex is an over-the-counter dietary supplement and is well tolerated. It does not affect liver or kidney function. It contains no sodium or sugar and no allergic reactions or interactions have been reported.
The most characteristic symptoms that appear in a person with osteoarthritis
The predominant symptom is joint pain, mainly due to the slow and progressive wear of the articular cartilage. When it is located on the knees or hips, it makes ambulation difficult and if it affects the hands or feet, it prevents the performance of many daily tasks. Level locations in the cervical spine can give neck pain, with radiation to the arms and a tingling sensation in the hands, accompanied by dizziness or unsteadiness in gait, while osteoarthritis of the lumbar spine causes pain generally radiating to the limbs. lower.
The pain is frequently accompanied by deformity, stiffness and difficulty in movements, due to loss of joint flexibility.
The most affected population
Osteoarthritis is the most common joint condition, worldwide. It affects 8 to 10% of the population from the age of 45 and women are more affected than men.
The incidence of the disease increases with age, at age 70 80% of the population has osteoarthritis. In Argentina 3,600,000 people suffer from this condition, in different body locations.
The diagnosis of osteoarthritis is usually simple and is made by means of questioning and a simple X-ray, which is essential to confirm the diagnosis.
There are no specific laboratory test alterations for osteoarthritis or any marker that allows a diagnosis or monitoring of the disease.
The objectives of Curflex are to reduce symptoms and disability of patients, improving the quality of life of those who suffer from the disease. There are treatments that can delay and, in some cases, avoid the need for surgery.
With information from Domingo O. Gutiérrez – Medical MN 35026