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A recent study conducted at Temple University has revealed an interesting development regarding the use of NSAID's (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). It would seem that these researchers share the same concerns that have been frequently reported in the Arthritis Chronicle.
In previous editions of this Chronicle, we talked about some fundamental "static" stretching exercises that will assist with increasing mobility. Given the ease with which this can be used, it is something that every sufferer of arthritis should be doing every day.
As most of you know, disk disease affects a great many of us. In fact, it is common to find evidence of this in most aging adults. However, it can also be a very real issue for your pets as well.
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End the Pain and gain
By J. R. Rogers
For those with arthritis the idea of exercising seems a little challenging. Sure. It can seem that way. But not only do you lose arthritis pain, you get a ton of other benefits as well.
The overall gains from exercise
Exercise not only reduces arthritis pain, it provides a host of other benefits as well. Your muscles get greater blood flow and it clears out carbon dioxide and other toxins. Your heart pumps more efficiently; and, you get fewer muscle spasms.
You lose weight (a big plus for arthritis sufferers); and, you increase the endorphins in your brain. Endorphins not only improve your mood, they also act as natural painkillers.
Finally, exercise allows you to sleep better. I have never known anyone with arthritis that did not report better sleep when they exercised.
The total picture
Of course, you should take a safe and effective product like Syn-flex®. And, eat sensible foods. Add back the exercise and you have the total package.
Get up and get moving. After all, why not feel better even when you have arthritis?
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These past months in The Arthritis Chronicle, I've talked about my Eight Day Arthritis Ecourse that I had written. I had originally intended to give this informational course away free for only one issue, but due to the tremendous response and good word of mouth this course has brought, I have decided to give it away at no charge.
This Arthritis Course is packed with quality information on what you should know before you talk to your doctor, the arthritis diagnosis, treatment options, treatment side effects, glucosamine, tips on proper diets and exercise, weight management, alternative options, and an easy to understand explanation of what exactly arthritis is, how it occurs, and the effect on cartilage including a discussion of chondrocytes, collagen, proteoglycans, glycosaminoglycans, and synovial fluid.
If you are committed to taking the right steps towards effectively easing arthritis pain and knowing all your options, then this course will be extremely helpful to you.
The course is spread out over an eight day period and a new part of the course is sent each day right to your email inbox.
Once you begin your course above, you will receive one article each day delivered right to your email inbox. The daily topics are:
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This concludes the April Issue of The Arthritis Chronicle. Look for the next issue in your inbox on May 1st. Please forward to any friends you know who have arthritis and would be interested.
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