Best supplement for menopause: Medical experts agree on their favourite go-to treatment

By | October 1, 2021

“Dehydration can exacerbate menopausal symptoms including joint pain and a build-up of uric acid which can contribute to inflammation,” said Dr Hughes.

“Drinking plenty of water also helps to retain joint flexibility,” added Dr Henderson.

As for exercise, Dr Henderson highlighted how staying active strengthens the muscles and helps a person to get into shape, reducing the impact on weight-bearing joints.

“Physical activity also helps synovial fluid circulate in the joint and increases blood flow,” Dr Hughes said.

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