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rosariawetzell Posted: 12-Oct-20 09:20
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Knee pain can simply be a result of doing too much too fast. If you are just starting an exercise program start out slowly and then work your way up. You may just want to simply walk for a week or two before starting any aerobics or running. Aerobics, walking or running can be hard on the knees if your knee is not used of that type of exertion. Keep in mind when running or jumping you are putting about 8 times your body weight on your knees. In order to prevent knee pain pay attention to the muscles which actually support your knees. Strong leg muscles will help with the weight-bearing load on your knees. You can actually strengthen those leg muscles without doing any high impact form of exercise. Consider a stationery bike or an elliptical trainer or any other form of exercise that does not jar the knees in any way.

If you find that exercise and strengthening your leg muscles is not relieving the pain do not turn to prescription drugs. There are a lot of other natural remedies that do not have the side effects of drugs. You see, there are a few things that can cause neck and shoulder pain, from your poor work posture to excessive standing! Yup, that's right! And to ease your pain, you'll find pillows as very helpful items for you.

If you think that only at night, you can use a head support to lighten your pain, and then you think wrong! You can even use it during your daily activities. So put it in your shopping list, and get it in your next shopping trip! But check out these few things before getting padding for your shoulder pain.

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