Prevention & Recovery

Everything you need to know about arthritis

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Prevention & Recovery

Everything you need to know about arthritis

After a hard day of gardening or an extra vigorous workout, we can all feel a bit stiff and achy. But if you suffer from arthritis, that soreness can become a constant struggle.

While there are over 100 different types of arthritis, each with their own signs and symptoms, the term generally refers to a condition where the body's joints are stiff and inflamed. Joint pain, stiffness, and a limited range of motion are a part of daily life for the average arthritis sufferer -- but they don't have to be.

Proper eating habits, taking nutritional supplements, and making time for exercise are things that can ease arthritic pain. Our informative arthritis guide has what you need to know about this painful condition, as well as expert tips on mastering the basic practices for good bone health.   
 

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