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Cecil Scaglione, Editor

Apropos Of Nothing . . .

with one comment

. . . I got to thinking

that if you took the shell off a snail,

you’d just make it more sluggish.

Make a Fist to Fight Arthritis

To avoid stiffening and soreness in your hands, or alleviate it if that’s already started, clench your hands into a fist.
It’s one of several easy exercises you can repeat two or three times that are recommended by
orthopedic experts for everyone to maintain flexibility and use of your hands.
The idea is not to force any movement, especially if you’re suffering from any form of arthritis.
After making a fist, you should straighten out all your fingers and thumb as far as possible. Then spread apart all your fingers and thumb as far as you can.
Close your fingers, aim your hand at the ceiling and point your thumb to the side. Then hold your hand out in a hand-shake position and roll your thumb from an outstretched position to touch the base of your little finger. Then cup your hand and touch the tip of each finger with the tip of your thumb.

Written by Cecil Scaglione

October 11, 2022 at 3:00 am

Posted in Health, Humor / Quote

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  1. Good advice for sore hands!


    October 11, 2022 at 10:42 am

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