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Tips For Managing Household Chores with Arthritis Pain

The change in seasons is a good time to evaluate your fall chore to do list. Though household chores are not usually fun for anyone, they can be especially difficult for those suffering from arthritis pain. Here are a few other tips from Andrew Braziel, MD, on how to better manage your joint pain and reduce arthritis symptoms while keeping a clean house and yard.

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Gardening with Arthritis

Do you like to get your hands dirty and exercise your green thumb? Gardening is a hobby many people enjoy. However, digging, kneeling, and bending can be hard on joints. If you’re one of over 50 million Americans who have been diagnosed with arthritis, gardening might be an activity you think you have to give up. Yet it doesn’t have to be. Don’t let joint pain stop you from doing an activity you enjoy. Here are a few tips on how to manage your arthritis effectively while gardening from expert Monica Piecyk, MD, Rheumatologist at NEBH.

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Four Ways to Be Active in the Water

Swimming is an ideal form of exercise for those suffering from joint pain. NEBH Orthopedic surgeon and joint replacement specialist James Nairus, MD, explains that swimming raises your heart rate and builds your cardiovascular fitness without putting pressure on your joints the way running or jogging will. If you’re looking to achieve the health benefits of exercising in water but aren’t excited by the repetition of swimming laps, here are a few ideas of other water activities you can try.

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