Joint and muscle complaints
Overloading and minor injuries, such as strains and sprains, are the most common causes of muscle hardening and pain. These arise during sports, through strong tension and also in stressful situations.
The symptoms can occur during exercise as well as at rest and usually subside by themselves after a few days.
The finger, knee and hip joints are most frequently affected by pain, stiffness and limited mobility.
However, complaints can also occur in the foot and wrist joints, shoulders and elbows.
The reasons for this can be injuries caused by incorrect movements or joint diseases (arthrosis, arthritis).
The older a person gets, the more likely it is that joint pain will occur. But overweight and overloading through physical work or intensive sports activities also affect joints.
Joint problems in animals
PERNATON® can also be used on animals.
The recommended dosage is 20 mg green-lipped mussel extract per kg body weight.