Unfortunately, summer is not only synonymous with positive things. Of course, in this period we have sun, sea, beach, mountains, and many beautiful things to do outdoors. However, we also have an exhaustion that can be heavy.
Proiezionidiborsa staff often gives advice to deal with these seasonal problems. In a previous article, for example, we have indicated some useful tricks to feel less tired during this period.
Today we are going to see an ailment that some may suffer from and which is sometimes made worse by summer fatigue. We are talking about the annoying articolar pains, which should not be underestimated. We will never have joint pain again thanks to these simple exercises to do at home.
For the arms
Let’s start with a really simple movement that everyone sooner or later does, that is to wring a towel. For our purposes, it does not matter that it is also wet, the important thing is to make the movement. In this way we can move the wrists and elbows, in an excellent exercise against tendinitis, arthrosis and carpal tunnel.
A second very useful exercise is to stretch by crossing the fingers of both hands, turning the palms of the hands outwards.
For the legs
For these exercises we have to lie down on a mat or bed. We start by lifting one leg, bringing the knee closer to the chest. We then return to the starting position and repeat with the other leg. We carry out a bicycle movement, at least 5 times. Finally, let’s take a fairly thick pillow and put it below the knee. Now we push the legs in the direction of the pillow, as hard as possible.
We will never have joint pain again thanks to these simple exercises to do at home. They serve to move the legs and arms in various ways, and thus keep them always active. However, they are not too tiring, so they can be done by almost anyone.
We remind you that in any case when we feel pain it is always better to go to the doctor, who will eventually prescribe a precise treatment.
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