If you’ve had a knee replacement, you’re in good company. The big question is, is there life afterwards? Regardless of the debate, no one’s running a marathon a few weeks after surgery. So here are some exercises and activities to avoid right after having a knee replacement.
Pain and inflammation usually flare up at the most inconvenient times—ie: right before you’re about to get on a long flight or before that big work presentation.When pain comes on strong and suddenly, and that ‘thing’ you have in an hour can’t be rescheduled, what do you do? Here are some ways to reduce inflammation in your body fast.
Neck pain is the worst. It completely consumes you and can take you out of the game entirely, especially if you can’t turn your head. So here are some exercises (and stretches) whether you’re recovering from neck pain or just want to prevent it.
All too often, we do things to our body to consistently cause inflammation without even realizing it. And this chronic inflammation leads to chronic pain. What’s one of the biggest chronic inflammation causes? Sugar. Here are 3 major links between sugar and inflammation as well as ways to combat its effects.
Listen to your body... sounds like a great piece of advice, right? But what does it really mean? Here are 3 simple ways to better understand the signals our bodies are giving us and how to take action.