Get Dressed Easier
When you have arthritis, putting on socks or shoes can be a painful ordeal. Find out from WebMD how to use -- and make -- assistive devices and simple changes in routine that can make getting dressed easier for you.
Have the Sex Talk
Are you avoiding sex due to pain and related problems? WebMD suggests ways to talk to your partner, health care provider, and counselor.
Practicing yoga's postures and controlled breathing exercises can help you manage the pain of fibromyalgia and arthritis, and help reduce stress and anxiety. WebMD tells you more.
Eat to Sleep
WebMD tells you which foods will help you get a good night's sleep and which won't.
Do Tai Chi
The Chinese exercise called tai chi is a relaxing and pain-reducing practice that is especially helpful for people with joint pain.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a treatment that may help to reduce nerve pain. Find out more about its benefits.
Biofeedback may help you reduce stress, manage pain, and relax. WebMD tells you about biofeedback techniques.
See a Pain Expert
If you have chronic pain -- and treatment isn't helping enough -- you need to see an expert.Learn more from WebMD about what a pain specialist can do for you.
Reduce Morning Pain
For many people, the pain and stiffness of RA is worst in the mornings. Talk with your doctor about ways to help reduce morning pain and stiffness so you can get on with your day.
Use Topical Meds
Learn more from WebMD about pain-relieving topical meds such as gels, creams, and patches.