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A Nice Reminder
By J.R. Rogers After all these years of writing about arthritis, it is refreshing to get a little reminder that some are listening. This time it came from a doctor.
How Easy it is to Forget
First of all, they use these devices to speed up your pace so they can monitor how your heart responds. Slowly, they back you down and watch for about four minutes as things go back to normal. Fortunately, I checked out just fine. However, it was two things the doctor said that got my attention.
How Much is Enough
What that told me was that the things I have been saying for years were true. That it only takes a little exercise to keep that basic health issue moving in the right direction. He went on to explain that most people tend to think that you have to do a lot of work to stay in shape. It is not true. Just make sure you are doing a little bit every day.
The first question was what struck me, "Do you have arthritis?" My answer was that "most of us do and that indeed, I had secondary arthritis." He agreed with me that if people would just take these simple and safe steps of using a high quality glucosamine and getting some exercise it made a world of difference.
Since this happened in another country, it was refreshing to hear this doctor understand that there are safe and effective ways to control arthritis. It was equally refreshing to hear him confirm that just the smallest exercise effort also made a difference.
If only all of the doctors in the world would get on the same page as this doctor. It has taken a long time to get them over the notion that anything other than prescription medications are the answer.
See you next time.
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