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Exercises to Relieve Pain from Arthritis

 

While moving around may seem like the last thing you want to do when you’re in pain, studies show that activity is one of the best ways to reduce pain and joint stiffness from arthritis. 

There are numerous types of exercise to choose from that will get you active and on your way to relieving your pain!

 

7 Ways to Relieve Pain from Osteoarthritis

Everyday, Osteoarthritis causes chronic pain and suffering for more than 27 million Americans. It is a disease of the joints and tissues and causes the cartilage between the joints to degenerate and wear down. Although there is no cure for OA, there are many natural ways to reduce the pain associated with it.

 

What Causes Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis affects over 27 million Americans and can become so painful that it leads to immobility and debilitation. When battling OA, it is crucial to take a proactive stance and learn about the actual causes of the disease; knowing about the causes of OA may prevent and individual from dealing with the disease altogether.

Build Bone Mass to Prevent Shin Splints

To take pressure off of the shin bones, it is productive to build bone mass in order to help support our weight. The best way to increase mass and build strong bones is by focusing on specific vitamins and minerals known to promote bone health.

Exercises to Prevent Shin Splints

Performing an exercise/stretch routine that targets weakness in key areas may prevent you from overusing the muscles and prevent the development of shin splints

6 Ways to Relieve Pain from Shin Splints

Shin splints, or medial tibial stress syndrome, refers to inflammation of the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue around the shin bone. The pain from shin splints usually occurs where the muscles attach to the bone.

9 Tips To Relieve Runner's Knee Pain - Part 1

Runner's Knee, also known as Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, is pain and irritation that occurs where the kneecap (patella) and thigh bone connect. For each runner, the intensity and duration of the pain varies, but in some instances it is chronic and very sharp. Here are some simple tips to help you ease some of your discomfort.

9 Tips To Relieve Runner's Knee Pain - Part 2

Runner's Knee, also known as Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, is pain and irritation that occurs where the kneecap (patella) and thigh bone connect. For each runner, the intensity and duration of the pain varies, but in some instances it is chronic and very sharp. Here are some simple tips to help you ease some of your discomfort.

9 Best Home Remedies For Rheumatoid Arthritis Part 2

When a painful arthritis flare up occurs, it may seem like there is no way to ease the pain. However, just by following a few simple tips you can greatly improve your quality of life and take some control in the battle against Rheumatoid Arthritis pain.

9 Best Home Remedies For Rheumatoid Arthritis Part 1

When a painful arthritis flare up occurs, it may seem like there is no way to ease the pain. However, just by following a few simple tips you can greatly improve your quality of life and take some control in the battle against Rheumatoid Arthritis pain.

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