Imagine a day when you will find it difficult to brush your teeth, button your shirt, open a jar, cook, clean, or type, and just about anything else. Scary? Well, it can be, if arthritis attacks your hands and finger joints! And it does just that to a significant population in the world.
We need our hands to do anything and everything. If you have arthritis and it affects your hands, performing these and other basic tasks can be challenging. Fortunately, "exercising" your hands can help reduce the pain, improve your range of motion, and, ultimately, enable you to perform more easily the various tasks of daily living.
Exercise can help you improve your health and fitness without hurting your joints. Along with your current treatment program, exercise can:
If you have arthritis, exercise can help keep your joints mobile and your muscles strong. Swimming and other water-based exercise are especially good because they’re easy on the joints. So is tai chi, a low-impact, slow-motion exercise with origins in Chinese martial arts.
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