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Flexcin noticed a series of intriguing patterns in how women take Flexcin for joint health compared with men. Some notables from the findings:
--48.3% of women take Flexcin joint supplement for preventative care; 26.5% for men.
--Only 15.3% of men order Flexcin for wife; But 83.4% of women order Flexcin for husband.
--79.1% of women stay committed to daily use through first three months; only 53.2% for men.
--Most women (64.6%) inquire about Flexcin earlier in the joint discomfort process; most men inquire when pain is more severe (55.2%) and joint stiffness has set in.
“It continues to be worrisome that most men still take a very reactive approach to their health,” said Tamer Elsafy, CEO and founder of Flexcin. “Conversely, women are extremely in tune with their health and they’re raised to be more open and patient about the body’s healing process.”
In a blog post for Flexcin, Steve Alves, PhD, CRNA Associate Clinical Professor Coordinator at Northeastern’
“Throughout life, important health situations like pregnancy and menopause also take place over the course of time, so women are accustomed to being patient with their bodies and its healing nature,” said Maureen Daniek, a Seattle-based psychotherapist with a master’s of social work. “Men don’t deal with similar health-related biological cycles, so it’s understandable that they wouldn’t have the same level of patience when it comes to their own bodies.”
Flexcin is a joint health supplement that brings back overall joint mobility by rebuilding the lost cartilage between the joints.
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Flexcin International, Inc. is a proceeds sponsor of the Arthritis Foundation and manufacturer and marketer of leading natural supplements that promote optimal joint health. Along with its FlexPet line of pet joint supplements, Flexcin products are the only degenerative joint relief supplements with CM8, which stimulates joint fluid lubrication, strengthens cartilage and increases mobility. For more information visit http://flexcin.com, http://flexpet.com or call (800) 505-0575.