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We're no strangers to an aching knee once in a while, but chronic discomfort or weary joints can affect the quality of your life if you don't take preventative care. Currently, more than half of the population in the United States over the age of 18 are affected by musculoskeletal issues, which are the leading cause of long-term discomfort and disability cases. Combine this with increasing life expectancy, such conditions are expected to only rise over time.
That's why for Bone and Joint Health Action Week, which is held annually between October 12-20, awareness of your health is imperative to counter future joint-related problems. It all comes down to the basics of what you put into your health that will affect you in the long-run. Focusing on this week can help nail down on what you need to improve, or remind yourself of, so that you can continue to keep strong bones and joints for years to come. To keep the goals of this week in mind, there are 5 special days that you can mark on your calendar.
October 12 is World Arthritis Day. The number one way for prevention of this condition is through early diagnosis. So if you've been stalling on your check-up with your healthcare physician, it's best to get to it. With early treatment, you can prevent joint damage and discomfort, and retain more of your mobility than if you were to leave the issue be. Don't delay; get your health examined on-time.
October 16 is World Spine Day. When it comes to bad posture or living a more sedentary life, the back is one of the first parts of the body to feel the strain. Physical activity can help ease stiffness while strengthening the muscles around your joints. A lack of exercise can actually exacerbate your joint issues. Don't neglect the gym; make a plan to get in 30 minutes of exercise a day to keep your joints flexible and relieved.
October 17 is World Trauma Day. It's always imperative to be ready for the unexpected. Sudden accidents can impact the musculoskeletal system, especially when not treated correctly right away. Preparing a first-aid kit, or having the number of your local hospital ready can offset any significant trauma not only for yourself, but for others.
October 19 is World Pediatric Bone and Joint (PB&J) Day. While this day focuses on children's joint health, its emphasis on a healthy, joint-nourishing diet and combating obesity is what adults should strive for as well. Though much of bone and joint development occurs in your younger years, you can still maintain its upkeep through the right foods to eat (fish, fruits and vegetables, turmeric, etc.) as well as control your weight management so that no unnecessary stress is pinned on the joints.
October 20 gives us World Osteoporosis Day, a reminder of the condition that can occur when we don't make our joint health a major priority. Spread the idea of this week to family and friends while also taking steps for yourself. At U.S. Doctors' Clinical®, we aim to also help people maintain their joints through premium support formulas, including our Joint Support Trio; Arthro8®, OsteoNourish®, and Mega MSM. Each supplement supplies your joints the nourishment needed to keep them smooth and flexible, while having bone density strong. It's all about staying aware and working on your health upkeep. With the help of USDC and a guideline to optimal joint support, you don't have to keep living with joint discomfort anymore.