6 Exercises When You Have a Pain

Not bad, solid information here- I personally prefer meditation and stretching as well as alternating hot and cold showers


When you are in pain, the last thing you want to do is workout. But people with different conditions are more likely to keep symptoms under control if they exercise at least for a few minutes every day. Here are some types of exercise which can help you move and feel better.

Slow it down
When you are in the middle of a painful flare, you obviously do not want to do anything that will increase your inflammation. Generally, physicians recommend to continue any exercises you can, perhaps substituting motion of range and stretching for more rigorous strengthening. On the other hand you can concentrate on an area of your body that does not have the flare. In some cases, it is appropriate to discontinue exercises for a short period of time, but not for long as it may become a vicious cycle, leading to stiff and weak joints.


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