5 Tips to keep your Joints Happy & Healthy

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5 Tips to keep your Joints Happy & Healthy:

5 Tips to keep your Joints Happy & Healthy

Stay in Motion:

Stay in Motion T he best rule of good joint health: the more you move, the less stiffness you’ll have. Whether you do example. When you are reading, working, or watching TV, you remember the key is to change your positions often . T ake breaks once in a while from your desk or your chair and get active. A quick lap around the office is all it takes to loose your joints .

Start some Low-Impact Exercises:

Start some Low-Impact Exercises Ever wonder as to how to pick out the best workout choice for your goals? The best options are activities that don’t pound your joints or put major stress on them. Some great options are walking, bicycling, swimming, and strength training.

Build Your Muscles Better :

Build Your Muscles Better  To give your joints good Support, the best thing you can do is build up strength to support muscles. Adding even the little amount of strength can make a world of difference in your overall joint health. A physical therapist or certified trainer can suggest you what to include in your routine and how to do them.

Power Up Your Core :

Power Up Your Core   Stronger abs and back muscles help you to maintain balance, which means you’re less likely to fall or get injured. To achieve this we can add core-strengthening exercises to our routine by utilizing abdominal, back and hip training. Pilates and yoga are low-impact workouts .

Keep Your Bones Strong:

Keep Your Bones Strong Strong bones are vital to joint health.  Calcium and vitamin D can help ensure your body is getting the key nutrients that it needs. Dairy products are the best sources of calcium, but if you have trouble digesting dairy, other options include green, leafy vegetables like broccoli and kale. 

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