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Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons| Micha Abeles M.D.

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Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons| Micha Abeles M.D.

  1. 1. 11/20/2019 Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons | Dr. Micha Abeles | Arthritis michaabelesmd.net/arthritis-management-during-changing-seasons/ 1/4 Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons Most areas in the US have left behind the heat of summer and are now experiencing crisp fall weather. Before we know it, it will be time to get out our winter jackets.  Many people with arthritis report that when the seasons change, their pain increases. Here are some tips for how you can manage your arthritis as the seasons change. Keep Warm When the seasons change, it can be di cult to know how to dress. Keep track of the weather and make sure you dress appropriately. When the forecast calls for cold weather, bundle up! If you’re concerned about being too warm, wear layers that can be easily removed.  If you have to be outside for long stretches during cold weather, use blankets. When you return indoors, try taking a 20-minute shower to warm up your joints. You may also nd that essential oils or lotions help to manage arthritis pain in the winter. aa
  2. 2. 11/20/2019 Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons | Dr. Micha Abeles | Arthritis michaabelesmd.net/arthritis-management-during-changing-seasons/ 2/4 Stick With Your Exercise Routine It’s easy to be active in the spring and summer when the weather is nice. As it gets colder outside, it’s important to remain active. Exercise not only reduces joint sti ness, but it also increases your feeling of well-being by producing chemicals called endorphins.  If it gets too chilly to take your evening walks, decide on an alternative. You can do simple exercises at home that will keep you in shape and will help you to reduce sti ness. You could also join a gym with a pool or take exercise classes with a friend. Be sure to incorporate some stretches into your routine. No matter what you do, make sure you keep active even when you can’t be outside. Eat Well In ammation plays a large role in arthritis and pain management. You can reduce in ammation in your body by eating healthy, anti-in ammatory foods. Try to limit sugar and re ned carbohydrates. Then, increase your intakes of omega-3 fatty acids, nuts, and leafy green vegetables. Team Up With Your Doctor If you still experience increasing pain as the seasons change, team up with your doctor and come up with a personalized plan together. Arthritis is a little bit di erent for everyone. Together with your doctor’s help, you can create a plan that will help to thrive, even as the weather changes. RECENT POSTS Arthritis Management During Changing Seasons The Impact of Arthritis on Mental Health The Impact of Diet on Arthritis Guidelines for Osteoporosis Management in Postmenopausal Women Not Enough Pediatric Rheumatologists ARCHIVES November 2019 October 2019 August 2019 July 2019 Search

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