Exercising is fun but have you ever thought about the adverse effect of excess exercising? Well, working out in a normal pace is totally fine. It keeps you healthy and active but, if you involve yourself into boot-camps and other crazy exercises you might end up getting joints pain. Such pain should not be ignored as it might lead to loss of mobility and surgery.
But at times it’s the other way around, the joints pain which is mostly considered to Arthritis is nothing but temporary joints pain which could easily be reduced if you follow these tips.
Cold always reduces inflammation, apply ice (covered in a cloth) to the joint for 20 minutes. Five times a days, for three days.
PERFORMING RANGE-OF-MOTION EXERCISES, PRE AND POST WORKOUT
Increase the blood flow and joint mobility by marching in place or swing your legs from front to back.
STOPPING WORKOUTS THAT STRAIN THE JOINT IF YOUR PAIN IS SHARP
Don’t workout too much if the pain persists. Relax your muscles and joints, don’t stress out too much. If the problem is still there for two weeks, see an orthopedist, who can offer treatments.