Feeling Stiff? Signs Your Joints Need Some Care (And Agility)

Feeling Stiff? Signs Your Joints Need Some Care (And Agility)

What’s up with our joints?

They are kind of a big deal. 

If we relied solely on our bones, we wouldn’t be able to bend. Joints allow us to move with ease. ALL the movements that change the position of our skeleton, take place at the joints.

Like turning your head, swinging your arms, or holding a pencil. 

As you age, you will notice your body becoming stiffer and less flexible. This happens as the amount of lubricating fluid inside of your joints decreases and the cartilage becomes thinner. Even your ligaments tend to shorten and lose some flexibility, resulting in stiff joints. 

This might come with the groaning as you sit down in your chair, or when you notice it takes more effort to bend over to pick up your kids or grandkids. This is your body “talking to you”. 

The good news is that you can start taking care of your joints right now! 

Signs You Need To Take Care of Your Joints

It’s easy to take your joints for granted. But when you start noticing issues with your movement and stability, you’ll be ready to make some changes.

Here are a few signs that you need to make your joints a priority.

⚠️ Joint Pain. Nobody likes feeling pain, but we should all be grateful for it. Pain is a way to tell the body that something isn’t right. So, if you’re feeling pain in your knees when you’re walking or in your shoulders as you’re raising your hand, it’s time to think about joint care.

⚠️ Stiff Joints. Stiffness in the morning as you wake up, or when you stand up after sitting for a while. 

⚠️ Click, Crack, Grate. These are all sounds that your joints need some attention.

⚠️ You’re overweight. Extra weight can be hard on your entire body, including your knees, joints, and more.

⚠️ You Love High Impact Exercise. Are you a lifelong runner? Or maybe an old soccer player? Then your body has been through some heavy hitting times. 

Even if you can’t resonate with any of the signs above, your joints will need some love regardless. 

Simple Ways To Love Your Joints

Want to keep your joints in tip-top shape? Then you need to stay in shape. That’s right, exercising is key to loving on your joints. 

🏃‍♀️ Stretch Daily. Helps fight stiffness and protects the cartilage from more wear and tear.

🏃‍♀️ Do Aerobic Exercise. Regular exercise helps your heart to pump, and boosts blood flow, which keeps cartilage well-nourished. 

🏃‍♀️ Proactively Protect Your Joints. Avoid activities that stress your joints or increase pain.

🏃‍♀️ Strengthen Your Muscles. Increase the stability of your joints with proper strength training.

🏃‍♀️ Try Range-of-Motion Exercises. Extend, bend, or rotate your joints to improve flexibility, relieve stiffness, and help keep your joints functional.

Exercising and stretching will help keep you flexible, strengthen your joints, and help you maintain a healthy weight.

Agility: the Ability to Move Quickly and Easily

Having a stiff body is miserable. We are meant to move and stretch and grow. That’s why we created Agility Joint & Body Care.

Agility is a natural, drug-free way to support your joints, heart, brain, and more.*

Just like a good yoga class, or a nice massage, adding Agility to your daily routine can help you take care of your joints.

Here’s what else makes it great:

  • Heart and brain support*
  • Can help with inflammation*
  • Multifaceted joint care
  • Helps with muscle recovery*
  • Aids in stiffness*
  • Supports heart health and digestion*
  • Immune system support*

This natural anti-inflammatory will keep you moving with ease. 

And it’s available now! Check out Agility Joint & Body Care


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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