Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness and mindfulness, and maintain an interest in life. Courage isn’t always a roar; sometimes it’s a quiet voice at the end of the day saying I’ll try again tomorrow.
(1) Aquatic Therapy
For years, it’s been said that aquatic activity is one of the healthiest forms of exercise that a person can participate in.
It is beneficial for all types of people, but especially those with arthritis. Water provides natural resistance, which in turn intensifies the exercises you are performing.
At the same time, water has something that regular exercise does not, buoyancy. That tendency for your bodies to float in water helps to support your body weight, thus reducing the pressure on your joints.
Less pressure means less inflammation, and less inflammation leads to less pain. You can find on-going relief with aquatic therapy by performing up to an hour of aquatic exercise three times a week.
So, not only will you reduce or maintain your weight, but you will find a mood stimulating and pain reducing activity to help with your symptoms of arthritis.
(2) Tai Chi
Tai Chi can be incorporated into your daily exercise routine. The perfect type of exercise for people with arthritis is that in which improves muscular strength, improves fitness, and builds on flexibility. Tai Chi does all these things through a low impact exercise routine.
Tai Chi is a slow moving, low-impact, easy form of martial arts. It’s appropriate for anyone that can move freely. The art is composed of a series of slow and gentle movements, all easily modified for those with sore and stiff joints. Tai Chi has also been shown to help with muscle strength, flexibility, and balance.
Yoga is a 5,000-year-old practice, originated in ancient India, and spread through the world.
There are many different forms of yoga that include poses, breathing techniques, and meditation. It has the ability to boost both mental and physical health of its practitioners.
Yoga is a very gentle exercise, a way to reduce the tension in joints and muscles, build muscle tone, and increase flexibility. That muscle strength can also help to improve balance, especially important to those with arthritis. Yoga is low-impact and enjoyable in nature, making it easy to practice on a regular basis.
Meditation is a practice you can do anytime, anywhere. One of the biggest parts of meditation is practicing mindfulness.
When you practice mindfulness meditation, you are focusing all of your attention on the feelings and sensations that your body is experiencing in that present moment. There is a program available to you that focuses solely on this form
It is called Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR. MBSR is used to
help you manage both pain and stress. These two negative attributes of arthritis are not only hard to deal with, but also contribute to a diminished immune system.
A healthy immune system is vital to fighting off disease as well as keeping your body as pain-free and relaxed as possible.
More than that, we rejoice in our suffering, knowing that suffering produces endurance, endurance produces character and character produces hope.
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