Osteoarthritis can be a challenging condition, causing pain, stiffness, and reduced joint function.2 However, by prioritizing self-care, women can take control of their health and improve their overall well-being. Physical and mental self-care go hand in hand 3, and this Women's Day, we encourage women to make themselves a priority.
Regular physical activity is essential for managing osteoarthritis.4 It helps to strengthen the muscles surrounding the joints, providing better support and stability.5 Strong muscles act as shock absorbers, reducing the impact on the joints and alleviating pain.5
Certain types of exercises, such as low-impact aerobic activities, are particularly effective in promoting blood flow and reducing joint pain.6
…and other gentle forms of aerobic exercise help to improve cardiovascular health and stimulate circulation.6 This increased blood flow brings essential nutrients and oxygen to the joints, supporting your health and reducing discomfort.5
Piascledine is a trusted solution that eases joint pain and is clinically proven to slow down the progression of the disease, protecting your joints from ongoing damage.7-10