Q and A: Arthritis and exercise

Exercise Tips for Older Adults

If you dont exercise, your muscles become smaller and weaker and your bones become more brittle and prone to fracture. Exercise helps keep your joints as flexible as possible, allowing you to continue your daily tasks as independently as possible. Q. What exercises should I do? A.
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It helps people fall asleep more quickly, experience deeper sleep stages and wake up fewer times throughout the night. Exercise is good for the brain. It encourages more positive brain activity which helps to prevent memory loss and may slow the further development of brain disorders like Alzheimers. The risk of developing high blood pressure is decreased as a result of physical activity. Exercise increases endorphins in the brain which help to decrease anxiety and reduce depressed feelings. Types of Physical Activity Aerobic Exercise More often referred to as cardio training.
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