As an arthritis sufferer it is vital that you know when to rest and when to exercise. Too much exercise can cause pain and damage your joints. But too little exercise can lead to your joints becoming stiff and unusable – and can, in the long run, create more pain. When your joints are inflamed they must be rested – and your whole body may need to be rested if you suffer from an inflammatory or auto immune disorder – but if you rest too much your joints will get stuck in one position and your muscles will waste away. It is important, therefore, that you establish a regular, daily exercise…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/