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5 top tips to relieve joint pain and immobility

Here are a few useful tips to relieve joint pain and immobility to help you live a pain free life so you can enjoy the life you enjoy!

1. Use hot and cold to relieve pain and inflammation

If inflammation is keeping you from doing the things you want to do, hot and cold compresses can help to relieve the pain.(The pain relief won’t be permanent, but it can help you get ahead of things on a particularly bad day.)

2. Strengthen your supporting muscles

Exercise does many things that benefit those with joint pain. First, by exercising, your body naturally begins to produce substances that help reduce inflammation.

A low-impact exercise routine also enables you to develop muscles that will support your joints.

Over time, these muscles begin to do more of the work, putting less strain on your bones and joints. Exercising regularly also helps you maintain healthy body weight. The less you weigh, the less stress there is on your joints.

3. Stretch to improve your mobility

Stretching helps to improve your general mobility. This helps keep your joints moving and lubricated.

This helps you maintain your full range of motion and may save your joint pain from getting worse over time.

4. Hydrate

Proper hydration helps your body remove toxins and wastes which could result in painful problems.

It helps to maintain the lubrication and elasticity of joints helping to reduce inflammation and friction of healthy tissue.

5. Collagen

Take a good quality Liquid Collagen. (Note: Not ALL collagen is created equal.. so choose the best!)

Collagen is the most abundant protein found in joint cartilage and the dermis of the skin, and helps to keep your skin firm and resilient. There are many different types of collagen found in the body.

Type II is the most abundant (>90% of collagens) in the cartilage of the synovial joints.

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