Exercise

Exercise helps to promote flexibility and bone density, both of which are extremely important to maintaining mobility with arthritis. Without exercise, you’re at a higher risk of hurting yourself, and you’ll find it more difficult to walk, climb stairs, cook, and even just be comfortable sitting and lying down. Flexibility, strength training and aerobic activity work in combination to help you stay healthier overall.

Cycling toward arthritis relief
Bicycling is an excellent way of getting aerobic activity without putting pressure on your joints.

Establishing an arthritis exercise routine
Studies have proven that people often stay in a precontemplative state about things they know they must do, like starting an exercise program. A routine may help kick you into gear.

Exercises to live well with arthritis
Why it’s important to cover all your bases when designing an exercise plan.

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