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Diet for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Eating healthily as old as a Greek legend – but there’s something very true today about what a sensible diet
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Yoga for Arthritis: The science of Yoga
Take a deep breath and get started – Yoga for Arthritis could be your key to reduce pain Yoga is a
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Writing Through The Pain
It’s no secret that stress, anxiety and your emotional state can directly affect your arthritic symptoms. By writing down your
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Why Is My Knee So Noisy?
Age comes to us all, steadily and readily and means we could soon find our joints a bit stiffer and
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Keep Moving – Exercise Will Keep Arthritic Pain at Bay
If you are looking to start any form of exercise, then it is a good idea to discuss this with
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Learning to Cope as a Partner-Carer
For spouses and partners, it is important that you do not neglect your own needs whilst looking after your loved
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You’re Not a Piece of Furniture – So Get Stretching!
Staying in one position for too long can make joints stiffer. When working at a desk or watching TV, make
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Smart Shopping – Plan Your Trip
Before your trip to the shops, make a list of items you need. When possible, go to shops you’re familiar
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Organize Your Home for Better Accessibility
Keep items you use often within easy reach so you don’t need to bend and stretch to get your hands
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Arthritis? Start Some Deep Breathing Exercises
As already discussed, stress is never pleasant and it can be particularly problematic for people with RA. High levels of
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