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It also says if your arthritis is painful, you may not feel like exercising. However, being active can help reduce and prevent pain.
The NHS states: “As long as you do the right type and level of exercise for your condition, your arthritis won’t get any worse.
“Combined with a healthy, balanced diet, regular exercise will help you lose weight and place less strain on your joints. Your GP can recommend the type and level of exercise that’s right for you.”
Nonetheless, it states: “If you have arthritis, it’s important to look after your joints to avoid further damage. For example, try to reduce the stress on your joints while carrying out everyday tasks like moving and lifting.”