Ever notice that just as you start an exercise program, you become really aware of your joints? With the best of intentions you go out and start jogging. Everything feels fine. Until the next morning when you get out of bed, step on the hard floor and the bottom of your feet complain, or your knees creak a bit, or your lower back aches?
Or perhaps you’re too busy to exercise. You spend hours every day working on the computer. And every night you go to bed with sore shoulders and neck. Perhaps your wrists or elbows or thumbs ache, maybe they’re even a little swollen sometimes.
Well, it’s time to start taking care of your joints! Even if you’re too young for osteoarthritis, you can slow down the wear and tear effect on your joints with proper care. And if you’ve already spent a few decades abusing your body, your joints will definitely benefit from care. [Read more…] about