[Host] In the United States
today, over one in five adults, or more than fifty
million Americans, live with the pain and
discomfort of arthritis. But, it doesn’t
have to be this way. Many people use physical
activity to manage their arthritis pain. If you personally
don’t know the pain and stiffness of arthritis, chances are you know
someone who does. Arthritis pain prevents
many people from living the life they want to live
and from doing what they want. [Host] The barriers we know
exist: pain, fear of pain or joint damage, and not
knowing what exercise is safe, discourage many who
experience discomfort or disability from taking
advantage of our body’s own natural arthritis pain
reliever – physical activity. [Teresa Brady] Millions of
Americans report that arthritis interferes with what they
either want or need to do. [Woman] Going up and down
stairs was very painful. Even just getting dressed
and putting your shoes on was a daily task that
I could not do myself. [Teresa Brady] Many of
those people know that they should be physically
active, but arthritis keeps getting
in their way. [Chad Helmick] A long time
ago, doctors would meet people with arthritis and
tell them to rest their joints’ because we didn’t have a
lot of good treatments. That’s not true at all. Actually, resting your
joints stiffens them up. [Teresa Brady] What we’re
really talking about when we’re encouraging people
with arthritis to be more physically active is doing
moderate physical activity like walking, swimming, biking
that get their heart rate up a little bit or get them
breathing a little bit harder. [Host] Aim to do moderate
physical activity five days a week for thirty
minutes a day. Exercising as little as
10 minutes at a time will allow you to achieve the
recommended two-and-a-half hours per week and get
real health benefits. [Chad Helmick] You want to
listen to your body so that, if you are too sore, a
couple hours later you know to cut back… maybe do a little bit less
duration or frequency. [Teresa Brady] It’s
not running a marathon. It’s not the ‘no
pain, no gain’ idea. It really helps reduce some
arthritis-specific symptoms, like pain,
swelling, limitations. Things like fatigue and
depression also improve with physical activity. [Woman] Once I started
exercising, it’s now– I
do it every morning. I do weights and I do the
stretching and I have to
do that every day. [Teresa Brady] Some people
prefer to exercise on their own, at their convenience,
and that’s fine. Other people are a little
worried about what kind of exercise might
be safe for them. So, in that case, they can
look for a community-based physical activity program. [Chad Helmick] Most people
will be seeing real benefits in four
to six weeks. They’ll be having less
pain in their joints than they did earlier. [Teresa Brady] Some people
feel defeated by their arthritis or that
arthritis has taken away the life that they want. [Man] Am I a victim of it? Yeah. Did I ask for it? No. Did I do anything
to cause it? No. But, you can’t let that
mentality stop you from moving forward. [Teresa Brady] And by regaining
that sense of control, and a variety of
self-management strategies can help them take charge,
they can get their life back. [Woman] Since I started
exercising and changed my diet, I’m able to go any place
that I want to go on my own. [Host] Find an arthritis exercise program tailored for you. You can take charge
of your arthritis… and your life. [Man] You can ignore it – which
obviously’s not very good. [Woman] Arthritis will
always be a part of me, but it’s not going to control
me or define who I am. [Man] Or you can
let it control you. [Woman] Because sitting
down and laying down and not doing anything and
feeling sorry for yourself is the worst thing
you could do. [Man] Or you can do
everything you can to try to control it. [Woman] I do whatever I
want to do, go where I
want to go and… I’m free!

19 thoughts on “Arthritis Pain Reliever”

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  2. I was just diagnosed with arthritis. I have lifted weights for over 30 years now. I am 50 years old and am getting depressed over all the pain and not being able to workout anymore. This video has given me some hope. Thanks.

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  9. When your 21 years old having arthritis and miniscus watching old people talk about it , it means my hole powerlifting career squats is gone .rip 300kg squat i'll never achieve you :'( .this gave me more arthritis pain and head pain rip .so should i even squat more than 200 kg my max is 260 kg :'( …

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