Tired of Your Pain Controlling Your Life? Unfortunately (especially as you age) it's very likely that after being active for a while you are a bit swollen and sore afterwards.
While it's very important to your overall health and mental well-being, being in pain after golfing or playing tennis for example really takes the fun out of it. Who wants to come home and be miserable the rest of the day sitting on the couch?
Look...it's important to realize you aren't alone! There are many people just like you who have a genetic predisposition to having sore or painful joints.
Did you know that the CDC is now reporting that in the United States, 23% of all adults have been diagnosed with arthritis?
Additionally, the Arthritis Foundation reports that recent estimates put the number closer to 91 million Americans who are affected with some type of joint pain, swelling, or stiffness.
If you want to beat joint pain, you MUST keep moving. Now, you might be thinking, "Easy for you to say. How the heck am I supposed to do that when it hurts so bad?" And you know what?
You're 100% right. But here's some news you'll welcome with open arms... You don't have to take up jogging, weightlifting, yoga, or any other exercise. Sure, all that helps. But the truth is, you can get almost as much relief by doing something much simpler...
This tiny tweak to your everyday routine that can make you feel so MUCH better.