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The winter months can be brutal for arthritis sufferers– who add up to 50 million adults in the U.S. alone. As the temperature drops, people with this chronic health condition often report that their level of pain increases.
For some, prescription medication can help ease their symptoms, but others are reluctant to take it. Side effects of arthritis medications can include upset stomach, swelling in the feet, bone loss, increased appetite, and more.
The good news is there are some natural alternatives for relieving the pain and symptoms of arthritis.
7 Natural Ways to Manage Arthritis this Winter
Tools and Resources for Adults with Arthritis
We know arthritis can sometimes make even the smallest tasks more difficult. It might be painful to button your shirt or bend over to tie your shoes. That’s why we assembled a list of resources to help. Check out some arthritis-friendly products that can help with everything from opening jars to brushing your hair.