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DUE TO HIGH VOLUME OF COVID-19 SUPPLIES, ORDERS MIGHT BE DELAYED 2 TO 4 DAYS
DUE TO HIGH VOLUME OF COVID-19 SUPPLIES, ORDERS MIGHT BE DELAYED 2 TO 4 DAYS

Tips for Living with Arthritis

Arthritis is a life-long condition affecting more than 50 million Americans. The doctors don’t know exactly what causes arthritis; it could be wear and tear, aging, genetics, or the result of an injury. While there are no cures for arthritis, there are safe and effective techniques that can be used to treat arthritis and make living with arthritis manageable.   There are also a number of different daily living aids, assistive devices, exercise equipment, medications, and dietary supplements that can be used to help treat arthritis, combat joint pain, and help arthritis sufferers regain/maintain their mobility and independence.   Live your life how you want and forget about the aches and pains of arthritis by trying:   - Hot/cold packs, joint wraps, warming gloves/slippers, and heating pads to relive inflamed, achy, and painful joints, tendons, and muscles - Dietary joint support supplements like Glucosamine and Chondroitin Supplement for Joint Health, Flex-A-Min Super Glucosamine, Glucosamine Sulfate Tablets, and more - Pain relievers with special formulations designed to combat the effects of joint pain, like Sloan's Liniment Liquid for Hand Pain Relief, Aleve Arthritis Caplets, QC Arthritis Pain Relief Caplets, and more - Topical creams, like Biofreeze, Tiger Balm, Icy Hot patches and creams, JointFlex Pain Relief Cream, etc. - Compression/support arthritis braces, gloves, and splints - Daily living aids, such as dressing aids to help independently dress yourself with ease, bathing aids to help you shower and perform personal hygiene on your own, dining aids to help yourself eat and drink with ease, and mobility aids to help you ambulate more safely and independently   Utilizing some or all of the aids mentioned above can help make it easier to cope with living with arthritis and help improve the quality of life for arthritis sufferers, their families, and their caregivers.   Resource: http://view.mail.health.harvard.edu/?j=fe5a1771736602747217&m=febb15747d630d7a&ls=fdcb15737c64047f7515767c61&l=fe651576776607747416&s=fde815767267077472137572&jb=ffcf14&ju=fe2b17787560027a711573&r=0
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