New Product Release: Classic Ambiance Soap Dispensers and Resistance Bands enhance a healthy lifestyle for many arthritis sufferers
Many people with arthritis have stiff or painful joints making it difficult to perform daily activities and exercise. Classic Ambiance soap dispensers and resistance bands offer quality products to help minimize stress on the joints.
Most people in today’s economy are searching for added value especially when shopping. People often shop at warehouses purchasing large containers of frequently used items at a great price, however the containers are often hard to lift on a daily basis especially for individuals with wrist pain. Nancy, an experienced Occupational Therapist had an idea of offering her clients a way to save money at the warehouses, but a method that was not hard on their joints. She discovered that she could help her clients save by purchasing frequently used items in bulk, and then transferring the products in lightweight easy to fill soap dispensers with a pump.
The new Classic Ambiance 16 ounce clear plastic soap dispenser is tall, has a wide base and can be used with one hand. Her clients enjoyed using the soap dispenser pump with multiple liquids around the house and have less strain on their joints. The clear elegant bottles are made with PET/BPA plastic which is safer and non-toxic. These high quality plastic soap dispensers can be used all over, are durable, and have a long pump that gets to the bottom of the container.
The Arthritis Foundation recommends that people with arthritis should do activities to strengthen their muscles at least two times per week along with aerobic activities. Resistance band exercises are a safe and effective method to provide resistance, mobility, strengthen the muscles, and improve flexibility. Resistance band training using the new and improved Classic Ambiance fitness bands includes access to videos with personal trainers to help you achieve overall fitness and is a critical component of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis management.
It is highly recommended that you talk to your doctor about joint pain and before starting any exercise program. Training your muscles and joints by using a greater range of motion helps to combat the “stiff” feeling of the arthritic joint, making them more flexible. Resistance bands can offer a portable lightweight effective form of exercise with less stress on the joints. If you like to travel you can also review a new resource series, “Disabled World Travels”, which features a chapter on Traveling with Arthritis and numerous travel tips for those with health issues.
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