If your day-to-day life is quite hectic, it can be difficult to find time for fitness. Here are two ways to incorporate more exercise into your daily routine, even if you're a very busy person.
Create an at-home gym
Going to the gym every day can be extremely time-consuming. Even if you only do a 45-minute workout, the time spent travelling there, showering, changing and travelling home again can result in you spending more than two hours on this activity.
Besides the usual treatment medication, a personalized exercise program can greatly help reduce arthritis-related pain and discomforts. The three main types of exercise that make up the program are range-of-motion (ROM), strengthening, and aerobic exercises. These exercises not only help relieve symptoms of arthritis but also protect the joints from additional damage. Other benefits of exercise as an arthritis treatment include:
maintaining the strength and health of the bone and cartilage retaining the normal movement of the joint sustaining weight in order to lower pressure on joints and Improving stamina and cardiovascular fitness Range-of-Motion / Flexibility Exercises