Let’s take a look at some of the most effective tools for managing arthritis pain to maintain your independence, and improve your quality of life.
Severe arthritis may make it impossible for you to maintain your current job. Here are a few ways of coping with your arthritis at work.
Instead of letting your arthritis decide where you go, find ways to compensate, and lean on the resources around you to make the journey more enjoyable.
Arthritis pain and stiffness normally come together, but they can’t always be treated in the same way.
You might be surprised at the array of natural ingredients that can help soothe pain, relieve inflammation, and slow the progression of rheumatic diseases
When it comes to treating arthritis pain, anti-inflammatory medication is the traditional first course of action, but it’s not your only option.
Getting any physical or mental health diagnosis puts high levels of stress on you.
An arthritis diagnosis tends to bring a list of limitations along with it, and that can mean some disappointing changes to your daily routine.
While losing excess weight can be challenging with arthritis, it can be achieved with a proper diet and safe, gentle exercise to improve symptoms.
Insomnia or sleep disturbance is common in those who have osteoarthritis, occurring in more than half of older people with arthritis.