People with arthritis have it worse in winters, but joint pain and muscle soreness in winters have become common even among people under 30 these days. There are plenty of pain relief products out there, but they cannot cure you of pain if the issue lies in your lifestyle. Atmospheric pressure in winters cause joints to swell; that accompanied by a lack of movement and unhealthy diet is like extending an invite to pain.
We have befriended sweaters, stocked up ready-to-make soups, and got into the habit of moisturizing. However, this regime is not nearly enough if joint pains and stiffness come to visit you this winter.
Don't be a couch potato
All we want to do in winters is curl up in our blankets, binge-watch and eat junk, but the fun might not last. Being inactive in winters can lead to stiffness and pain in joints. Lift weights at gym, jog, take brisk walks or stretch with yoga or Zumba or whatever keeps your body moving. Do not sit in one place for too long. Keep switching your work-from-home sitting arrangement, and keep Vicco Narayani’s pain relief spray handy.
Watch your weight
Cosy winter nights might make your tummy crave for all things yummy. You will gain weight faster than it would take for you to notice the change. These unhealthy gains will add burden to your already sensitive joints and cause stiffness & pain. Make sure you allow proper healing with Narayani’s pain relief gel rather than settling for quick fixes. Eat food rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, D & K. Avoid trans fats & omega 6 fatty acids.
Dress for the season
Make sure your wardrobe in winter-ready. Always carry a sweater, scarf and a pair of socks. Cover your fingers and toes when it gets too cold. Keep Vicco Narayani cream handy in case you catch a cold or cough. Apply it on your forehead, chest and back for relief from a blocked or runny nose.
Keep calm & hydrate
Cold weather makes you dehydrated quite often, which might make you feel tired and dull. Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. Load up on juices, soups or herbal teas.