How to COPE with Hand Arthritis Pain
Joint pain and hardened muscles are the most widely recognized medical issue.
Step by step directions to help with Hand arthritis
keep yourself warm and comfortable
Wear for warmth, comfort and compression to help increase circulation, reduce pain and promote healing.
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Being physically active and stay hydrated
Aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise 5 times a week.
Additionally, take extra precautions by wearing compression gloves when exercising or playing sports to avoid joint injury to your hands.
Symptoms of Hand Arthritis
Symptoms differ from person to person, but hand arthritis is common in the wrist and fingers. Mainly located in the basilar joint that connects your thumb and wrist, fingertips (DIP joint) and middle knuckles of the fingers. (PIP joint)
Most people experience the following:
Difficulty moving their fingers
The exact cause of hand arthritis is unknown, but it usually occurs due to wear and tear of the joints, which occurs gradually over time.