Simple Ways to Deal With Your Chronic Joint Pain


Heat up (or cool down)

Depending on the condition that’s causing your joint pain, heat or cold treatments may help alleviate symptoms. For sore joints, try a heating pad, a hot soak in the tub, or a steamy shower. These are inexpensive but effective ways to relax muscles, and they can be particularly helpful for conditions that present “morning stiffness” of the joints, such as psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

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