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Rheumatoid arthritis - Tai Chi helps?
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I would recommend you try Tai Chi if you have arthritis. I always saw a bunch of people doing it in the park and thought it was a bit kooky. But nowI’m a believer. I’ve been going for about 5 months, I’ve made a few friends and it helps my joints. The slow motions are also a bit meditative if you haven’t tried yet, it’s worth it to check out.
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That is so interesting! I have never tried it but it definitely has the potential to help with joint pains and to make friends! Thank you for the recommendation! I will tag some members, who might have tried it or would like to do so. Let's discuss!
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What exercises do you do for your joints? Have you tried Tai Chi? Would you like to try it? What are your thoughts on it?
Polina from the Carenity team
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@Polina.K I have no balance because of nerve damage, so any kind of exercise involving slow movements or standing still with limbs held out, would have me in a heap in seconds LOL
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@Polina.K l cannot do it. My balance is off so I bought myself a dvd / booklet about Tai Chi some years ago. Thinking it could help me. I tried it for a month or two but didn’t feel it had any positive affect on me.
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