Maintain and Protect your Joints.

To Avoid Joint Pain You Should Protect and Maintain Your Joints
Practice these tips in order to avoid joint strain and injury

As we age, our bodies undergo wear and tear, and your joints are not an exception. Injury and disease can take its toll on your joints. Practicing good joint protection is important for everyone, but especially for those suffering from Arthritis.

Trauma, such as a bone fracture or injury to the ligaments, muscles, tendons around the joint or the cartilage within the joint, can lead to joint pain. Ligament sprains, if significant, can impair the stability of the joint and make it susceptible to further damage. Tears of the cartilage in the knee can cause a block to the range of motion of the knee, also called locking of the knee. And fractures or ligament injuries to joints can contribute to joint destruction and osteoarthritis years later. Knees are the joints most likely to be affected by trauma and injury.

Protecting your joints is one of the most effective ways to avoid or relieve pain and prevent further joint damage. And there are many ways to do it, from practicing joint protection techniques to using assistive devices.

To avoid unnecessary joint strain and subsequent pain, follow these steps:

  • Each day move each joint through its full pain-free range of motion. This will maintain freedom of motion in your joints. Keep movements slow and gentle, because sudden jerking or bouncing can hurt your joints.
  • Become educated on the difference between the pain associated with joint over use and arthritic discomfort. Be aware of the activity that caused your joint to become stressed and avoid repeating that movement. Think of ways that you can modify the action. Keep in mind that joints are more likely to become damaged when they are painful and swollen.
  • Your fingers are used in almost all your day-to-day activities and stressful positions and techniques may increase the risk of developing deformities. You can perform most tasks in easier ways that put less deforming forces on your joints.
  • How you carry your body really affects how much strain you put on your joints. Proper body mechanics allow you to use your body more efficiently and conserve energy.
  • Don’t give your joints a chance to become stiff- avoid keeping your joints in the same position for a prolonged period of time.
  • Rest and activity throughout the day should be balanced. Manage your workload throughout the day, so you can avoid overworking your joints. Work at a steady, moderate pace and avoid rushing. Rest before you become fatigued or sore. Alternate light and moderate activities throughout the day. And take periodic stretch breaks.

Bios Life Mobility Packs

As we live longer, our bones need to stay strong so we can be active and enjoy life. With good habits and medical attention when needed, we can have strong bones throughout our lives. People who have weak bones are at higher risk for fractures. Broken bones are very painful at any age. For older people, weak bones can be deadly. What’s more, there are hundreds of joints in the human body. All of our joints are designed to work together to help us move with ease. Millions of people lose joint mobility and flexibility at some point in their lives. These problems can prevent full participation in many of life’s daily activities. The Bios Life Mobility Packs combine proven solutions that lead to optimal flexibility and strength.

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