Tag Archives: arthritis and exercise
Posted on 09. Mar, 2012 by Jennifer.
What is meant by a chronic condition? Chronic conditions tend to cause problems over many years. Some common examples are arthritis, heart disease, lung disease, diabetes and stroke. Most people with a chronic condition feel fatigue and loss of energy. Some experience pain, while others have trouble breathing. Sleeping problems are common, and many people [...]
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 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 01. Feb, 2012 by Jennifer.
Aching joints afflict an alarming 30 percent of the population around the entire world. That’s tens of millions of joint pain sufferers who have difficulty with even the most routine physical tasks such as walking, enjoying activities with family and friends, or something as simple as climbing in and out of a car. For those [...]
Posted on 30. Jun, 2011 by Peter.
“Activity” in arthritis Arthritis makes it more difficult for people to be physically active. Therefore, people with arthritis are often concerned that exercise will cause further damage to their joints. However, strengthening muscles helps to protect your joints and keep you mobile and appropriate exercise can also help ease pain and with weight loss. You [...]