House improvements to accommodate joint pain

People suffering from joint pain have options. They can alter their diets, start an exercise regimen or change an existing one, and they can make small but significant changes to their living quarters.

This will come as good news to the nearly 15 million people in a recent survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who said have to contend with severe joint pain on a daily basis.

For joint relief around the house, focus on the most common areas you visit, which are typically the bedroom, the bathroom, and the kitchen.

  • Bedroom - Even if you are able to get in and out of bed comfortably and safely, it is important to prepare for a time when you can't. Position your side of the bed so that there is enough room to swing your legs wide or to accommodate a walker or wheelchair. If your joint pain is worse in the morning, consider laying out your clothes for the next day before you go to sleep at night. This will help reduce potentially painful morning stretching and bending.
  • Bathroom - Depending on your joint pain, a tub seat may be a good option (walk-in tub is even better, but maybe cost-prohibitive). Place anti-slip mats in the tub or shower and install grips inside the shower stall or bath enclosure.
  • Kitchen - One of the most commonly reported sources of anguish for joint pain sufferers is having to open bottles and jars. There are several varieties of tools that make it much easier to open jars and bottles. You may also want to consider avoiding larger, heavier containers such as those for laundry detergent or cat litter. Yes, you'll pay a little more, but you'll also help avoid the joint pain that can set you back during the day. Use ergonomic kitchen tools and place frequently used dishes and cookware at low levels.

Or, you can try this...

Making changes around the house is a good idea to help reduce the possibility of joint pain. But what if there were an option that helped relieve joint pain without having to spend the time and money making changes to your environment?

Fortunately, there is such an option.

 ReJoint is a doctor-formulated, 100% natural, safe, herbal remedy that can help provide you or your loved one with the chronic or intermittent joint pain relief or back pain relief you want. For more information call (201) 875-8055.

 

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