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Cause/Risk Factors of Degenerative Disc Disease
As we age, spinal discs can break down and sometimes result in degenerative disc disease. Several factors contribute to this, including:

Loss of fluid: spinal discs and joints are partly composed of cartilage. Over time, the water and protein content of the body’s cartilage changes, resulting in weaker, more fragile and thinner cartilage throughout the body.

Tears or cracks in the outer layer of the disc: tiny cracks or tears in the outer layer of the disc can cause the disc to bulge, break open or break into fragments.

Injuries: injuries to this disc from a fall or a car accident or certain sport activities can cause swelling, soreness and instability.



An affected disc in the neck can result in neck or arm pain or tingling in the shoulder and arms, while an affected disc in the lower back may result in pain in the back, buttock or leg.

As a degenerated disc loses its ability to absorb stress and provide support, other parts of the spine become overloaded, leading to irritation, inflammation, fatigue, muscle spasms and back pain.

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