Archive for 'Exercise'
Exercise is both a prevention an a cure, done correctly it can help maintain your joints, bones and more for longer as well as free up existing pains an knots.
Posted on 19. Dec, 2012 by Jennifer.
Arthritis is characterized by an inflammation and/or swelling of the joints. This is usually also associated with pain and stiffness. In truth, arthritis is a generic term used to refer to a group of several conditions (more than 100 diseases, in fact) that share a common factor: inflammation of the joints.
Posted on 05. Dec, 2012 by Jennifer.
Do you have soreness and burning in your joints? Do your joints feel swollen, red, and puffy to the touch? You may have arthritis. If you think that you may have arthritis, you need to schedule an appointment with your general practitioner. This is where you will start the diagnosis process. However, this is not likely where you journey ends.
Posted on 21. Nov, 2012 by Jennifer.
When you are suffering from joint pain, fatigue and stiffness, the last thing on your mind is probably physical exercise. However, you need to be aware that exercise is absolutely essential for people who suffer from arthritis. A workout program will increase strength and flexibility levels, will reduce pain and will help release the much-needed endorphins, our body’s natural painkillers.
Posted on 27. Feb, 2012 by Jennifer.
While putting their full focus on medical drugs prescribed by their doctor for their arthritis symptoms, what most people ignore are the following physical measures and natural helpful tips that could greatly help you get rid of the bothersome symptoms faster than ever: Physical work outs (exercise) If you do it properly and regularly, exercise [...]
Posted on 08. Feb, 2012 by Jennifer.
Arthritis is, perhaps, the commonest disorder that affects our lower back. Therefore, if we have arthritis, a very crucial point needed to be kept uppermost in our mind while performing back strengthening exercises is that of the lower back exercises. These exercises are usually ignored by most individuals as they mostly concentrate on upper back [...]
Posted on 06. Feb, 2012 by Peter.
The common causes of upper, lower and middle back pain include arthritis, muscle strain, fatigue and injury to ligaments and discs that support the spine. If the problem is ignored for a long time, it could result in several, serious long term complications including postural malformations and physical disabilities. Therefore, it is very important for [...]
Posted on 24. Dec, 2011 by Jennifer.
Writing, drawing, and any physical activity can soon become particularly difficult because of arthritis. Luckily, there are many different options in treating this disease and hydrotherapy is one of such options: What is hydrotherapy? Hydrotherapy is the use of water pressure, heat, and buoyancy to treat and sooth pains in your body. This form of [...]