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Healthy, flexible joints are imperative to overall well-being, and play a crucial role in the smooth functioning of your daily activities. From your fingers to the tips of your toes, the hundreds of joints that comprise your skeletal system constantly roll, glide, rotate and bend in order to allow you the ease and flexibility of moving every part of your body. The structure of most joints is nearly identical, consisting of four main components—synovial fluid, tendons, ligaments and cartilage—that serve to lubricate joints, join bone to bone, help move your muscles, and form a protective lining for your bones.
Needless to say, with such an intricate network of parts making up the anatomy of your joints, several factors such as wear and tear, excess weight, aging, and inflammation can cause joint discomfort. Bone and joint discomfort is the nation’s most common cause of unease and limited mobility. It limits the activities of 21 million Americans—for example, preventing them from being able to climb stairs or walk more than short distances. For 1 of 3 adults (18–65 years) with this health problem, it can limit the type or amount of work they do and prevent them from easily executing simple tasks (www.CDC.gov).
Research shows that exercise can help alleviate joint discomfort and improve range of motion, and is now considered an essential part of discomfort management associated with sore joints. This is because physical activity encourages better circulation of synovial fluid—a nourishing compound that that acts like oil in an engine—allowing your bones to move past one another more smoothly. Exercise also helps increase blood circulation throughout your body, promoting a steady supply of nourishing oxygen and nutrients to your joints and synovial membrane.
Furthermore, exercise helps strengthen the muscles, ligaments and tendons that surround joints, which helps protect the joints and lessens the pressure on them (www.arthritis.org).
One key way that exercise helps ease joint discomfort is by building muscle, which in turn helps take strain and pressure off the joints. Isometric exercises accomplish this by increasing muscle without moving the joint itself. Creating pressure by pushing your palms against each other is one example of an isometric exercise (Bloomquist 2015). For instance, to strengthen your shoulder muscles, you can do the isometric shoulder raise. Start by standing with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Slightly bend your knees as well. Holding a light dumbbell in each hand, slowly raise both arms away from your sides until they are parallel to the floor. Hold the position for at least 10 seconds before lowering your arms again.
Aerobic or endurance exercises can also help support healthy joints. Activities such as walking, riding a bike and swimming are examples of low-impact aerobic exercises that benefit joint health. Taking it slow, your goal should be to work your way up to 20 to 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three times a week. You can even split up that time into 10-minute blocks to make it easier on your joints (www.healthcarenews.com).
Together with good nutrition habits, a well-tailored exercise plan, and a premium joint health supplement such as Mega MSM, you can help keep your joints fit and flexible for smooth everyday functioning.
Mega MSM is the clinically proven formula that is fortified with specific nutrients such as vitamin C, collagen and MSM that are also found in healthy joint cartilage. This premium joint-health formula combines the power of these three nutrients in addition to other joint support ingredients, giving you a comprehensive formula that allows you to move with the comfort of well-lubricated and nourished joints.
Mega MSM is fortified with 1200 mg of MSM per serving, the amount needed to promote joint flexibility, elasticity, and comfort. MSM is an organic and completely non-toxic sulphur compound that is considered an important ‘building block’ for healthy bones and joints. Scientific evidence shows that MSM has a positive effect in alleviating discomfort and improving general functioning in people with joint and muscle issues.
Another well-researched benefit of MSM is that it helps alleviate inflammation, improves flexibility and restores collagen production. Supplementing with MSM allows the body to form new joint and muscle tissue while lowering inflammatory responses that contribute to swelling and stiffness (www.arthritisresearchuk.org).
Mega MSM also contains potent ingredients such as vitamin C, neem, and collagen (from chicken), that further help promote joint flexibility, mobility and suppleness. Collagen is the main component of cartilage, ligaments, and tendons that helps promote joint mobility and nourish joint cartilage.
Vitamin C is another potent antioxidant that serves a multitude of benefits to overall health. When it comes to joint comfort, studies have not only found that vitamin C is important for building connective tissue, but that people with the least amount of vitamin C in their diet were three times more likely to experience joint discomfort than people whose diets included plenty of fruits and vegetables (www.WebMD.com).
In a 12-week double-blind study, Mega MSM was clinically proven to have positive effects in improving joint function, relieving symptoms associated with joint degeneration (Joint discomfort, joint swelling, and limited mobility), and improving the quality of life in aging populations (Xu 2015).
Staying physically active and following an individualized exercise plan can be one of the best things you can do to support healthy, flexible joints. Research supports the fact that moderate physical activity is beneficial to joint health, and with Mega MSM by your side for additional supplemental support, you can rest assured that your joints stay well-nourished, lubricated and flexible all year long.
With over 3 million bottles sold, Mega MSM is the gluten-free formula that nourishes your joints with targeted ingredients that promote flexibility and elasticity, giving you the ability to enjoy an active lifestyle with comfort, grace, and easy movement.