Did you know there are 360 found joints in your body? That’s a lot of potential pain points. So, what do you do to protect yourself from joint discomfort or minimize the current discomfort you’re already in? By doing your research and reading this article, you’re already halfway there. Remember, knowledge is power and understanding both preventive and maintenance joint health is always a smart practice and good measure.
People of all ages can experience joint pains and inflammation. The unfortunate fact about cartilage is that once you’re cartilage is gone, it’s gone. Then comes the joint associated pain and discomfort. So, how do you protect or make the most of the cartilage you still have or relieve those painful arthritis symptoms? When it comes to joint health, you can work on a computer or in a wood-shop and still end your day in the same joint pains. By changing a few a simple lifestyle habits, you can find yourself in a much more peaceful place.
So, you work on a computer. Have you considered adding a wrist rest? Maybe your work involves lifting. Are you consciously carrying items with the palms of your hands and using your larger muscles? Carrying items closely to your body or sliding them when possible will relieve added stress/pain on your joints. Finding a happy medium of standing versus sitting and exercising is also always a good idea.
Outside from making conscious lifestyle adjustments like changing your diet or wresting your wrists, you’ll definitely want to befriend the right supplement. Joint supplements are a safe alternative to prescription medication or surgery and treat joint paints associated with arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other rheumatic conditions. There are supplements made specifically for joint health, so don’t worry about having to figure out which vitamins you should be taking. Find one specifically focused on joint health and make sure when you look at the formula, it includes key ingredients such as: Vitamins A, B-1, B-2, B-6, B-12, Glucosamine, Yucca, MSM, Chondroitin, or Vitamin C.
Living with swollen or achy joints is no way to live. Fortunately, there are alternative treatments to improve joint pains associated with arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other rheumatic conditions. Take back control of your body by taking positive steps to naturally regain and maintain healthy joints. Working to improve your health from the inside out with small daily routine adjustments and the right supplement is a surefire way to get back to feeling your best.