VitaBreeze Exercise Initiative Promotes Natural Pain Relief
Experts recommend exercise to combat joint pain
"An approved exercise program helps arthritis sufferers keep joints limber," said Michelle O'Sullivan, spokesperson for VitaBreeze. "Exercise may sound counterintuitive for a condition that causes pain during movement, but it actually helps people maintain flexibility, overall health and ease pain."
The American College of Rheumatology recommends an exercise program to prevent joints from becoming stiff from inactivity. Individuals with arthritis who exercise regularly experience less pain and better functionality. Exercise can also help those with arthritis lose extra pounds that place extra stress on joints.
Stretching and gentle exercise is recommended for individuals with arthritis to build muscle strength and maintain a normal range of movement. It aids in increasing core strength to help prevent falls. Exercise triggers the release of endorphins within the body that eases pain and promotes restful sleep. Individuals don't have to engage in marathon exercise routines. Even a brisk 15-minute walk is beneficial.
For those just starting out or who have limited ability, water aerobics provide a supportive medium. The water reduces the weight and strain on joints, allowing them to move more freely. People with arthritis can perform movements buoyed by water that may not normally be possible where the full force of gravity holds sway.
Joints also rely on adequate water intake and appropriate nutrients to operate smoothly. Vitamins and dietary supplements offer an easy means of ensuring that the body has elements necessary for joint health. A dietary formula rich in glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, MSM and turmeric provides the needed ingredients.
Glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM are naturally occurring compounds in the body that contribute to joint health. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory botanical that's typically used as a spice and in traditional Asian medicine to relieve pain.
"Before beginning any exercise program or including dietary supplements, it's essential that you check with your physician," said O'Sullivan. "Your doctor can tailor an exercise program to your individual needs."
The exercise initiative launched by VitaBreeze promotes and supports standards set forth by medical professionals. The firm's dietary supplement can help, providing a triple dose of the four ingredients most recommended for joint health. A combination of exercise, supplements, proper hydration and a healthy diet will help those with joint pain move easier and live a healthier, more active lifestyle.
VitaBreeze is a nutraceutical brand that manufactures high quality natural supplements to help people live a healthy, enjoyable and longer life. Their products can be found at www.VItaBreeze.com.
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