This one seems quite obvious, yet it is an important and sometimes overlooked step. When choosing your outfit, remember to add layers, they can help to trap heat to keep you warm. Wear scarves, gloves and thick socks to help reduce the shock of cold on your joints
Incorporate these healthy foods in your diet:
People are less likely to work out when its chilly and damp. Exercising helps to lubricate the joints, as well as, help prevent stiffness. Try bringing your workout indoors and choose low impact aerobic moves that are easy on the joints. Lift weights to build joint-supporting muscles.
Get A Massage
Predominantly known as a means for relaxation, massage has an astonishing number of other benefits. Receiving massage regularly has been shown to reduce pain in people with arthritis. Massage can help to reduce pain and stiffness in the muscles surrounding the joints, as well as, improve range of motion.
Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT)
For some people the pain caused from arthritis can become debilitataing and greatly affect one's quality of life. While many of the aforementioned suggestions can help to improve pain sympotms in joints, they do not reverse joint degeneration. RIT has the capacity to restore cartialage by stimulating a healing response at the site of degeneration. Many studies have found RIT to significantly improve levels of pain and range of motion in the joint. Check out our RIT packages.