How to improve joint pain as you get older

Joint pain as you get older is very common, but often can be avoided or improved if you can identify the root cause of the inflammation.

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If you’re over 35, you could be among the suffering from joint pain. And often this is just an accepted part of ‘getting older’ and managed by popping some Ibuprofen when the pain is bad.

There are obvious physical reasons for joint pain, such as injury, wear and tear, musculo-skeletal issues or bad posture.

But there are also underlying factors that can cause inflammation and lead to joint pain, especially as we get older. And these are often things we can do something about.

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Nicki Williams

Hormone Nutritionist, speaker & author - helping women to rebalance their hormones, reclaim their health and feel better than ever, www.happyhormonesforlife.com

After failing to find any medical help for her symptoms of exhaustion, weight gain & hormone issues in her early 40’s, Nicki discovered that she could turn things around using diet, lifestyle and natural supplements. She is now an award-winning nutritionist, author, speaker and founder of Happy Hormones For Life, helping women all over the world with her hormone and health testing, online programmes, workshops & individual & group coaching.

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