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Avoid the Aches and Pains of Spring!

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Are you ready for the rigors of spring gardening?

For some of us, it’s been a long, hard winter. Bad weather may have kept you cooped up inside and off the walking trails. The short dark, days made it oh so much harder to get out of a warm bed to exercise in the morning. Now with the arrival of Spring, you are probably celebrating with a fresh burst of activity. But is your body ready?

Whether you are spending a day toiling in the garden or an afternoon cleaning out the garage, warming up should be one of the first things to scratch off your to-do list.  You should always prep your body first by stretching and loosening up just as you would for a new sports or exercise routine. Not sure how to properly warm up? Click here for some easy tips from our friends at Prevention magazine.

As you tackle your spring gardening or home improvement projects, be aware that this increase in activity might cause some unwanted aches and pains even if you are properly warming up.

Before pain gets in your way, you can relieve it at the first sign with Arnicare. This medicine offers everyday pain relief where you need it most—to relieve muscle aches and stiffness, swelling and discoloration from bruises.* Arnicare contains only one active ingredient—Arnica montana, a type of mountain daisy that has been used for centuries as a natural pain reliever.

Arnicare is available in oral pellets and tablets that may be safely used in conjunction with Arnicare Gel, Cream or Ointment. All topical formulas are unscented, paraben-free and do not contain artificial colors or perfumes.  To discover which Arnicare is right for you, visit arnicare.com.

*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.

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