What Is The Best Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Therapeutic exercises

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis usually feel tired or fatigued. They reduce their endurance and aerobic capacity, but staying sedentary is not a good idea because it increases stiffness and their risk of worse problems in the future. Thus, it is a good idea to increase aerobic conditioning by engaging in therapeutic exercise for 30 minutes a day, several times weekly. When exercise recommendations are not met, patients can end up with muscle atrophy, especially if they have baseline mobility problems. Thus, even if you cannot walk long distances, you should at least do some isometric resistance exercises.