Un-Inflaming Myself

Sick of being sick and tired. I am back of the junk food. Somehow I was eating really healthy then fell off the health train wagon and inflammation returned and so did about 22 lbs. Feeling like a ball of inflammation and tired all the time I am for the last time changing what I... Continue Reading →

Arthritis- If you or a friend or family member lives with arthritis- attend these free events

This is going to be very informative click link to join and register for free event. Click on events and then attend. You don’t have to join group to attend events. Boardman LYC Zoom Event Also here are other upcoming events Same link - click events then attend to register and a zoom link will... Continue Reading →

Winter and Joint Pain

Do achy joints plague you during the coldest months? Does it seem like your knees, hips, and ankles feel sore whenever snow is falling? It’s not your imagination! Winter weather—particularly cold—can cause slow, achy joints, making it hard to get moving. If you’re looking for winter joint pain relief, here are eight tips to help... Continue Reading →

Goodbye 2021 Hello To 2022

Another year ends 2021 is almost gone. Salute to the experience you had in that year, and welcome 2022 with all the guts and glory. Many things you’ve learned in the year 2021 some of happiness and some some of hurt and some of love. May your 2022 be full of surprises and blessings and... Continue Reading →

The 5 Gift Rule

The five gift rule is popular to use as a rule of thumb when giving for children with something they want, need, wear and read, and the fifth gift is often something that is not expected but extremely appreciated to make them feel the Christmas spirit! Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Photo by Pixabay on... Continue Reading →

What It Really Means to “Pace Yourself”

What It Really Means to “Pace Yourself” We hear it all the time but what does it mean....... Embracing flexibility instead of rigidity for those of us living with chronic joint pain. In the study, patients reported that key components of pacing themselves included: Breaking down tasks into mini tasksSaying ‘no’ or learning toBeing kind... Continue Reading →

September is Pain Awareness Month

Understanding more about the underlying causes of pain can help improve treatments and alleviate suffering Each September, pain specialists and advocates across the country raise awareness about issues related to chronic pain during National Pain Awareness Month. Did you know that chronic pain affects more than 100 million Americans. that's 1/3 of the USA population... Continue Reading →

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