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Arthritis and sedentary lifestyle

Arthritis patients are advised to exercise and move as much as possible. However, many people who suffer from this condition lead a sedentary lifestyle; either because they have chosen to do so, or because their job enforces that kind of lifestyle. Long-term sitting...

Foods that don’t work well with arthritis

There are certain foods and food groups which cause inflammatory processes in our organism and thereby they are triggers for arthritis. These foods should be avoided as much as possible in order to avoid pain, swelling of the joints and numerous other arthritis...

Diet can help reduce arthritis symptoms

Arthritis is an inflammatory disease so it is very important not to stimulate but prevent inflammations in our organism. Diet is a very important segment of arthritis treatment. Eating foods that prevent inflammatory processes strengthen bones and muscles and increase...

When to replace arthritis-affected joint

If you suffer from osteoarthritis, you are surely aware that you will need to replace your joint with an artificial one sooner or later. Most of the patients wonder when it is the right time for this step. The answer to this question is exclusively up to them. You...

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Smoking, alcohol, and arthritis

Arthritis progression can be slowed down if you are not prone to some high-risk behaviors. The bad news is that alcohol and tobacco addiction increase the risk of rapid arthritis development. In order to prevent inflammatory processes in our body, it would be best to...

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How to lead a good life with arthritis

It probably seems to you that nothing has been the same in your life since you were diagnosed with arthritis. It is hard to accept that sometimes you simply cannot do some things you were able to do before, or they take significantly more time than they did before....

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The two faces of arthritis

Arthritis is a condition that affects the great percentage of the world population of both sexes and all age groups. Many studies have been done about the treatment of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Although the treatment course is different for these...

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Slow down arthritis progression with exercise

All arthritis patients know that this condition can be extremely painful and they often lack energy. These facts have often been used by many arthritis patients as an excuse for not exercising or walking enough. However, exercising does not have to be exhausting or...

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Scientific research

Arthritis is a disease that affects a great deal of population so researches about arthritis treatment are numerous. Many of those had the task to find out which substances and plants can help prevent joint deterioration and strengthen connective tissue structure at...

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Diet can help reduce arthritis symptoms

Arthritis is an inflammatory disease so it is very important not to stimulate but prevent inflammations in our organism. Diet is a very important segment of arthritis treatment. Eating foods that prevent inflammatory processes strengthen bones and muscles and increase...

read more

Foods that don’t work well with arthritis

There are certain foods and food groups which cause inflammatory processes in our organism and thereby they are triggers for arthritis. These foods should be avoided as much as possible in order to avoid pain, swelling of the joints and numerous other arthritis...

read more

Arthritis and sedentary lifestyle

Arthritis patients are advised to exercise and move as much as possible. However, many people who suffer from this condition lead a sedentary lifestyle; either because they have chosen to do so, or because their job enforces that kind of lifestyle. Long-term sitting...

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