How You Can Ease Your Arthritis Pain

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Arthritis pain can be one of the most frustrating things to deal with. However, there are some ways that you can ease your arthritis pain and be able to do things you haven’t been able to do in a long time. Here are a few things you can do to ease your pain so you can live more comfortably.

Change Your Diet

As with most health issues, your diet can greatly affect how you feel. How much you change your diet is up to you and your specific needs. Some people might feel the best by changing their entire diet. Others might get relief just from eating smaller portions. Pay attention to your body so you can figure out what can best help your body heal.

There are some foods in particular that are good for people with arthritis. Oily fish (like salmon or mackerel) are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Other oils (like extra virgin olive oil) help reduce inflammation as well. Wherever possible, avoid sugar, saturated fat, and refined carbohydrates. Those foods can cause a lot of inflammation in your body.

Visit a Chiropractor

Visiting a chiropractor can also be helpful for people with arthritis. Chiropractic care can decrease inflammation in your joints, which eases your arthritis symptoms. There are many chiropractors that have different methods of treatment that may fit better with your needs. Part of getting chiropractic care is the prevention of future symptoms. You’ll probably receive advice on exercises you can do to strengthen the muscles around your joints. This will help to prevent pain and help your muscles become more flexible.

Be Active

Activities like swimming and yoga are good ways to stay active without aggravating your arthritis pain. Whatever activity you choose to do, it’s important to start slowly and build your way up to longer periods of time. You should eventually reach around 150 minutes of exercise a week. Make sure that you’re doing activities that will strengthen the muscles around your joints. Try to pick activities that are slower paced and less intense. Higher impact activities like running can aggravate your pain.

There are a few things that you can start doing now that will help you live more comfortably. No one likes to be in pain all the time. These small, simple things can help ease your current arthritis pain and avoid it in the future.

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Taryn xoxo

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