If we have an underlying health condition, like arthritis, exercise may be difficult and almost scary. No matter the benefits, if we think exercising will increase our pain, it’s likely we’ll avoid it. Here’s what you need to know about staying active with arthritis.
Arthritis is inflammation of the joints. It sounds simple, but there are nearly 200 different types of arthritis. Inflammation in the joints can cause pain and restrict mobility. Because of this, it may be difficult to determine if exercise is safe or not. Here are a few things to consider if you have a type of arthritis and are curious whether or not you can partake in exercise.

4 Questions to ask if you have arthritis and want to exercise

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