Our expert says:
How about aqua-aerobics? Exercise certainly helps arthritis, as it helps to keep the joints lubricated as well as improving joint flexibility and strength, and protects joints against further damage. It also improves your coordination and your endurance.
From a psychological perspective, exercise also leads to more positive mood states as well as an improved sense of self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment.
I suggest you try to exercise when the joints are not inflamed.
Why not visit www.arthritis.org for some great articles about water aerobics and other motivational material.
I hope this works out.
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