I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by Advil®. I received compensation for this post. All opinions stated are my own.
Advil® can relieve minor arthritis and other joint pains
May is here and it is National Arthritis Awareness Month. Advil® is the first-ever “Champion for Life” sponsor of the Arthritis Foundation. Arthritis often prevents people from doing the activities they love. Advil has a 30-year history of proven pain relief and wants to share powerful new tools and resources for those living with arthritis.
Exercise can help ease the pain of arthritis – but how do you determine what activity is best for you? Arthritis Foundation and Advil want to share a unique online tool to provide a personalized exercise plan called Your Exercise Solution. The YES tool will allow you to identify your pain location, select your current fitness level, choose the right activity for you and learn modifications that let you exercise safely.
Going on DAILY WALKS is my thing, and some days I just can’t do it. I’m in my late 40’s, and my body doesn’t bounce back or even feel up to walking, but I know I need to keep busy, or my joints hurt even worse. I want to stay active, and the way I can help ease my pain is Advil because the medicine in Advil is the #1 doctor recommendation for joint pain. When I feel minor pain and soreness I take the recommended dosage of Advil, so I can continue to enjoy my daily walks without the pain in my knees and feet.
Another activity I LOVE to do is gardening. Lately, I’ve been noticing all the bending down plus all the pulling weeds I need to do is causing pain in my back, knees, and arms. I take Advil when I experience soreness and pain in these areas so I can enjoy gardening without pain. I want to enjoy all my activities without all the pain that comes with them, so I keep my Advil on me when I go out of the house, and take one to alleviate any joint pain I experience. Oh, guess what, Advil has new Easy Open Arthritis Caps that are designed with a comfortable cap that’s easy to open. Nothing is proven stronger on arthritis and other joint pain* (*Among OTC pain relievers)
Would you like to know more about Advil, please read more HERE!
Don’t forget to check out the YES TOOL, too.