Many people who suffer from osteoarthritis live with chronic pain on a daily basis. Pain is considered to be chronic when it lasts three to six months or longer, but unfortunately, arthritis pain can last a lifetime, and has no complete cure. For some it can be a constant pain, for others it may come and go or even be exacerbated by particular tasks. This pain can make it hard to perform daily activities everyone else takes for granted.
Preparing for total knee replacement surgery is something that many people suffering from arthritis will unfortunately have to do. There are many knee replacement surgery considerations you will have to weigh up before making a decision, as well as knowing what to expect after knee replacement surgery to ensure it has the greatest impact on your overall well being.
Guidelines developed in an evidence-based manner recommend exercise as the first line of treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee. Exercise programs require progressive increases in intensity in order to stimulate physiological changes. For patients with osteoarthritis of the knee exercises are gradually increased in intensity and difficulty.
Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus earlier this year, people have to adjust to a new way of living and working. With millions of Americans now working or studying primarily from home with regulations and social distancing in place, it is not just a mentally damaging experience, but it can also lead to physical effects as well.
Many people take a daily multivitamin to help their overall health and well being, in some cases in relation to specific ailments or illnesses. Although the best way to get the relevant vitamins and nutrients you need is from your food and diet.
At some point in our life, we have had all dealt with stress. For many it can be a constant presence, and with everything that has happened throughout 2020, it’s understandable that many people have been feeling under a lot more stress than usual.
Arthritis can significantly impact your joints causing pain, aching, and stiffness that only gets worse as you grow older. This is why knowing how to keep joints healthy as you age is so important as it relates to overall health and well being.
Improvements in technology and value-based health care initiatives have presented the telemedicine industry with opportunities for growth. Widespread implementation has begun during the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.