Rheumatoid arthritis: Is exercise important?
|Rheumatoid arthritis: Is exercise important?||Darrell Miller||07/20/17|
July 20, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Rheumatoid arthritis: Is exercise important?
Although rheumatoid arthritis causes severe pain, it is important for sufferers to implement an adequate daily exercise routine. Exercise can help increase blood flow to joints and help them not be so stiff. Exercise is also good for your mood and the emotional burden that comes with having a disability.
Some good things to do for arthritis include swimming, light aerobics, going for a simple walk, or bike riding. There are misconceptions about staying fit while suffering from arthritis.
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