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Im 33 yrs old male.Since last several years i feel pain in winter in knees.Pain increases when knees remain bent for more than 30 minutes nd when i stretch legs pain shoots up nd disappears in about 1 or 2 minutes.Then if i bend legs pain starts in same way.What should i do what should i eat nd what should i not? Will this increase with age.Remember i dont live in a very cold place nd temperature is around 5 to 10 degree celsius in winter
My son goes thru this a lot in the winter with Arthritis.. Different weather change's act's it up...But I believe it's just our age,,I'm 37 and my back is doing the same thing...And never had back problems..
Avoiding nightshades helps Arthritis. Tomatoes, potatoes, mushrooms, eggplant and peppers. These foods cause inflammation and aggravate Arthritis. I take Essiac for my arthritis pain and it helps wonderfully. Available at health food stores. Some people take MSM and SAMe and condroitin... I prefer Essiac.
Walking is the best exercise for your knees/legs at this time. After you get into a good routine, then try other exercises. You might try just a walk around the block to start with... then build on it. I suggest starting slow because it isn't necessary to hurt yourself to get in shape.
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