Joint pain is pain.
Not only does it make everyday activities more uncomfortable, but it also is a specifically placed discomfort that isn’t solved easily. Joints aren’t muscles. Muscle pain can be relieved in many, sometimes fast, ways that are accessible to the average person.
Joints are different.
Most will recommend swimming to relieve joint pain but not everyone has access to a pool, let alone have time to go for a swim on a daily basis.
Luckily, there are many quick and simple exercises that can help soothe joint pain.
Rolling out with a foam roller is one of my personal favorite ways of relieving joint pain. Though foam rollers help stretch out muscle tightness, it does wonders for joint pain. For many people, joint pain can be caused by an extension of muscle irritation. The tightness of your muscles can add more discomfort to your joints since your muscles are connected to your bones and joints.
Rolling out the back of your legs with a foam roller every day for five minutes may relieve muscle and joint pain in the legs. The relief can help make walking and standing easier. Using a foam roller to roll out your upper or lower back can help to relieve joint pain in your shoulders and hips. This can help minimize discomfort when reaching or grabbing items around your home or workspace.
Your body is all connected, so if your connecting muscles are stiff, your joints may be causing you pain.
Forward Bend with Ankles Crossed
Forward bend with ankles crossed is a great way to relieve joint pain. The bending of the legs helps to take pressure off the back of the knees that occurs when bending forward with straight legs. The crossing of the angles helps give support to