Don’t Let the Movement Wane

January 11, 2016

Woman With Ache In The NeckLearning a new activity this year, from crafting (the finger and wrist strain!) to that sport you’ve always wanted to play (bet you didn’t know you had muscles there!) or just doing more of what you love can really feel like it’s causing wear and tear when you’re not used to it.

But all the movement is good for you too, whether that’s your motivation or just a benefit, so don’t let those creaks slow you down!

Whatever you’re doing, start by drinking more water. Even if you’re just thinking and focusing more, you could probably benefit by hydrating yourself, and beyond that, flushing out waste and toxins. More water means less muscle pain, cramps, and aches after you use them.

Don’t skip a daily multivitamin—even if you’ve also overhauled what you eat. A good multivitamin doesn’t just cover the basics, it provides a wide array of vitamins. Unless you’ve got an amazing grocery store, your diet isn’t as varied as you think, especially day-to-day. And once you start doing more—even just thinking more—your body is going to need more nutritional building blocks to keep being its best.

And with those basics covered, let’s problem solve:

Aches? Don’t let them keep you up. There are two routes to pretty much instant, natural relief.

Dakota Muscle Relief is a hot/cold, better smelling than what you’re used to pain reliever. It works great on muscle tension (including tension that causes headaches), aches, cramps, and more.

Or work it with a mix of supporting nutrients and herbs with Body RLF. It’s not just pain relief, it really help soothe and relax muscles, allowing you to take care of yourself (for instance, by getting some sleep).

What about joint pain?

Here’s another basic: whatever you’re doing, check your posture. Before you start, periodically while you do it, when you’re tired and ready to finish. That will prevent a lot of problems.

But if you’re prone to pains, try some focused nutritional support with Joint MGR. Make sure your body has what it needs to build and maintain healthy cartilage.

Colloidal gold may also help with some types of joint pain. If you’re bringing joint pain to the activity (rather than vice versa) it might be a better place to start!

And bonus: colloidal gold supports focus and concentration, hand-eye coordination, memory, and more. Also good when you’re trying to improve sports skills, focus against an opponent, or just keep up the mental focus to stay on track every day!

What are your remedies for aches and pains?

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