7 Tips to Recover From Frozen Shoulder More Quickly

Adhesive capsulitis, or what’s more commonly known as frozen shoulder, is a medical condition involving pain, inflammation and limited mobility of the shoulder. Consisting of ligaments, tendons and other tissue connecting the humerus bone to the scapula, the shoulder is one of the largest joints in the human body. Like all joints, however, it’s vulnerable to stress-induced injury, including frozen shoulder. If you’re ...

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How to Exercise Without Stressing Your Joints

There’s no substitution for regular exercise when seeking to improve your health. It improves circulation throughout your body, burns fat, builds muscle and regulates your body’s hormone levels. Unfortunately, millions of Americans struggle to get the recommended 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week because of joint pain. If you can’t seem to exercise without experiencing discomfort, ...

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Chronic Fatigue: 8 Possible Reasons You Are Always Tired

Affecting up to 2.5 million adults in the United States, chronic fatigue is a common condition that can significantly lower a person’s quality of life. While everyone experiences bouts if tiredness, some people experience persistent tiredness lasting for months or even years. Known as chronic fatigue, it can lead to high blood pressure, depression, anxiety and fluctuations in your blood sugar levels. Today, ...

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