Reenergize your body with exercise moves while sitting on your chair

If you are suffering from Arthritis, you can experience pain even in the simplest everyday tasks.Typing on a computer keyboard or even gripping utensils in the kitchen can cause discomfort. There are some medicinal options for treating hand arthritis. You can also take oral pain relieving medications. You can also get steroid injections in your joints, and splint your hands to give them support. If nothing works, you may need to have surgery to fix the damaged joint. But the best ways to get rid of the pain can be done at home. There are many home treatments you can use to reduce the pain and disability of arthritis. One easy and noninvasive way to keep the joints flexible, improve range of motion, and relieve arthritis pain is by doing hand exercises.

Hand exercises, an easy and noninvasive way to relieve arthritis pain, can help strengthen the muscles that support the hand joints. Hand movement can also help to keep ligaments and tendons flexible, which can help improve range of motion and hand function. These exercises can also increase the production of synovial fluid, which can also improve joint function. Make an 'O': Start with your left hand out and fingers straight. Curve all of your fingers inward until they touch. Your fingers should form the shape of an “O.” Hold this position for a few seconds. Straighten your fingers again. Repeat this exercise a few times a day on each hand. You can do this stretch whenever your hands feel achy or stiff. Wrist stretch: Hold your right arm out with the palm facing down. With your left hand, gently press down on the right hand until you feel a stretch in your wrist and arm. Hold the position for a few seconds. Repeat 10 times with both hands. Make a fist: Start by holding your left hand out with all of your fingers straight. Then, slowly bend your hand into a fist, placing your thumb on the outside of your hand. Be gentle, don't squeeze your hand. Open your hand back up until your fingers are straight once again. Do it 10 times with both hands. Table bend: Place the pinky-side edge of your left hand on a table, with your thumb pointed up. Holding your thumb in the same position Bend the other four fingers inward until your hand makes an “L” shape. Hold it for a couple of seconds Straighten your fingers to move them back into the starting position. Repeat 10 times Do the same sequence on the right hand. Finger bends: Start in the same position as in the last exercise, with your left hand held up straight. Bend your thumb down toward your palm. Hold it for a couple of seconds. Straighten your thumb back up. Then bend your index finger down toward your palm. Hold it for a couple of seconds. Then straighten it. Repeat with each finger on the left hand. Then repeat the entire sequence on the right hand.

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