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Raydel Urges Men to Break the Silence on Arthritis Pain during Men's Health Week
Raydel, a provider of innovative healthcare solutions, is taking a stand to encourage men to speak up about their arthritis pain and seek appropriate treatment during this Men's Health Week.
"Men, particularly men of a certain age, have often been conditioned to believe that they must always be strong. However, the reality is that they are equally prone to experiencing pain and discomfort,"
"Men shouldn't ignore chronic pain; rather, they should proactively address the issue with appropriate intervention. Without treatment, inflammatory diseases, such as OA, can progressively erode joints and cause irreversible damage. Therefore instigating a preventative healthcare regime before the signs of pain, is vital to mitigate these risks"
To combat arthritis symptoms in men, Raydel highlights its new product that provides effective relief: Abexol.
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"Arthritis affects a significant portion of the male population, with statistics indicating that this condition impacts 6.8% of males in Australia," notes Dr Michael Defina. "Men are particularly susceptible to joint injuries sustained in younger years, which can resurface as OA pain in later life. "
Simple practises such as warming up before workouts, maintaining a healthy weight, keeping fit and taking joint supplements are proactive ways we may reduce the risk of developing osteoarthritis and minimise its impact.
Chronic pain from OA is detrimental to one's physical health and can also take a considerable toll on their mental health. Additionally, certain forms of arthritis can lead to sexual dysfunction, further exacerbating feelings of helplessness and vulnerability.
Arthritis should not limit men's ability to lead an active and fulfilling life. Raydel demonstrates its commitment to men's health by developing a safe and effective solution for arthritis management. By choosing Abexol, men can regain control over their joint health and alleviate the pain and stiffness that hinder their daily activities.
Dr Michael Delfina is available for interview
For further information, please contact Sally Symonds, Director,
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