Many people can be affected by joint problems and the pain and tenderness can affect the hands, knees, hips and spine. There can also be stiffness and lack of flexibility.
Women can be affected more than men by joint problems and this may be due to hormone changes with a drop in oestrogen as women get older. But being
pregnant can put stresses and strains on joints and also other hormones such as thyroid or adrenal hormones may affect the joints. With joint problems the aim is to control inflammation so diet can have a huge impact on the health of your joints.
Marilyn recommends that you follow a plan of action designed specifically for dealing with Joint Health.
By clicking on any (or all) of the 4 sections below you can get a plan of action and find out all you need to know about Joint Health. From how to identify the problem and discovering the cause, to knowing what your choices are and what to do next.
Click on a section below to start your journey back to good health and feeling better again:
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