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Home Remedies for Joint Pain

What to do when the achiness starts Joint pain can occur from a number of issues. And most of them are related to age or chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis, gout, tendinitis or rheumatoid arthritis to name a few. Some people may suffer from the condition due to sports injuries. While the condition may occur

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Manage Psoriatic Arthritis with the Right Exercise

What is it? If you suffer from psoriatic arthritis, the thought of physical activity might make you wince. In general, the condition affects people who have psoriasis in which the skin takes on a scaly appearance. Some people develop the condition before the joint pain occurs. However, the pain might begin before the skin lesions

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How to Choose the Right Swim Cap

What’s in a Swim Cap? The right gear is important when it comes to any sporting activity. Swimming is no different. We discussed why it is important to have a swim cap on you the next time you go swimming. Swim caps come in several materials and each one serves its own purpose. But remember,

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Pool Exercises and Arthritis

5 Water Exercises to Ease the Pain of Rheumatoid Arthritis Water exercises are perfect for arthritis sufferers because they strengthen muscles, increase your fitness levels and provide resistance without putting much pressure on your joints. Complemented by better balance and endurance, these benefits will definitely bring you to your nearest pool. If you’re suffering from

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Exercises to Rehabilitate Tennis Elbow

Commonly known as lateral epicondylitis, tennis elbow is an injury that causes pain outside the elbow, approximately 1-2 cm from its bony part. Despite its name, it’s not as common in tennis players as it is in individuals whose hobbies or work demand repetitive stress. Regardless, the pain and difficulty its sufferers experience are the

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Strengthen Your Elbows with These Exercises

There is no end to the injuries you can cause to your elbows, but the result is always the same: excruciating pain that may last for days or much longer. This is why  prevention is your safest bet. One way to ensure less damage to your elbow is by supporting them with compression elbow sleeves.

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