As a personal trainer and nutrition coach, my clients turn to me for advice about their bodies quite frequently. Of course, I’m not a doctor, and often their questions are beyond the scope of my knowledge, but not always. The easiest question I often receive is, “What can I do about my joint pain?”
You see, people who work out are often doing so to lessen the pain in a particular body part by strengthening the muscle groups that surround that joint or tendon. Unfortunately, it can be a painful process to work through. Typically, these folks first reach for over-the-counter medications such as Acetaminophen (like Tylenol) and Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs or NSAIDS (such as Advil and Aleve).
It’s important to know that prolonged use of these OTC drugs can be difficult on the body. Acetaminophens may cause nausea and rash in the short term, with liver damage in the long term. While NSAIDS may cause stomach upset, heartburn, and nausea in the short term, with stomach ulcers, kidney problems, and increased risk for heart attack and stroke in the long term.
The other important factor is that these drugs simply mask the pain, doing nothing to work toward the root of the problem. So, again, “What can I do about my joint pain?” The answer is to find an excellent joint care supplement that is powerful, working on the root of the problem over time.
Luckily for my clients, I’ve already done the research for them. The reason I started writing so enthusiastically about Flexcin is that it personally changed my life. With a completely degenerated disc and a passion for fitness, the discomfort I experienced during my workouts, and days subsequent to it, was exhausting and at times intolerable. With a daily routine of Flexcin my episodes are few and far between – my level of discomfort was lowered from a nine on the one-to-ten pain scale, to a three.
When my clients have knee issues, arthritis, shoulder pain, etc. the first thing I do is tell them about Flexcin and how it has helped me. It usually doesn’t take too much convincing because when you’re in pain you’ll try anything! After a few weeks to one month on a Flexcin regimen, I hear about their relief, noticing their progress in strength training and improvements in their cardio endurance.
Flexcin’s combination of ingredients work to reduce inflammation and swelling in the short term, with increased tendon and cartilage quality over time. It does all of this with natural ingredients that do not cause the side effects of OTC drugs discussed above.
Whether you’re in an exercise program and looking to reduce pain, or thinking of starting an exercise program but afraid of the pain you might experience, you should try Flexcin. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to tell me about your chronic pain and exercise program.
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