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Tiger Balm Red / White
The warm variation of the classic Tiger Balm muscle pain relief ointment is ideal for soothing muscular aches and pains. This muscle pain relieving ointment also works fast to soothe itch due to insect bites. Rub over affected area to reduce aches, swelling and other discomforts quickly and effectively
Fast and effective relief for headaches, stuffy nose, insect bites, itchiness, muscular aches and pains, sprains and flatulence. Apply Tiger Balm gently on the affected area.
Warm relief for muscle pains and itches due to insect bites
Fast acting pain-relief properties
Ointment made from herbal ingredients
Usage and Dosages:
Apply Tiger Balm gently on the affected area.
For external use only.
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Joint Pain and Arthritis
Chronic pain caused by arthritis affects millions of people in the United States every year. About one in four adults with arthritis—15 million people—report experiencing severe joint pain related to arthritis.Additionally, nearly half of adults with arthritis have persistent pain.
Children with arthritis have pain as well, but there is less population-based information about them.
Learn about arthritis-related severe joint pain in the United States, and recommended pain management strategies that can help people with arthritis control their pain.
Severe joint pain: When an individual rates his or her pain as 7 or higher out of 10 on a scale of 0 (no pain) to 10 (as bad as it can be).
Persistent pain: When an individual reports having pain (of any severity) on most or all days in the past 3 months.
Severe Joint Pain Among Adults With Arthritis Arthritis-related severe joint pain affects adults of all ages, both sexes, and all races and ethnicities. Most of what we know about severe joint pain is for adults. The age-standardized prevalence of severe joint pain among adults with arthritis varies by state, ranging from 20% in Utah to 46% in Mississippi.1
From 2002 to 2014 in the United States, severe joint pain prevalence among adults with arthritis was:
Higher among women (29.2%) than men (22.7%). Highest among adults aged 45 to 64 years (30.7%). Prevalence was the same for adults aged 18 to 44 years (24.9%) and adults aged 65 years or older (24.3%). Highest among non-Hispanic Blacks (42.3%), followed by Hispanics (35.8%), and non-Hispanic whites (23.1%).
Severe joint pain is more common among adults with arthritis who also have other chronic conditions including diabetes (40.9%), heart disease (34.1%), and obesity (31.7%), and among adults with a disability (45.6%). More than half (56.3%) of adults with arthritis and serious psychological distress reported having severe joint pain.