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    Stiff Fingers

    Lately i have been getting really stiff finger joints when i wake up in the morning

    Anyone know why and how it can be cured?
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    Originally Posted by brookejl03 View Post
    Lately i have been getting really stiff finger joints when i wake up in the morning

    Anyone know why and how it can be cured?
    Is it cold where you sleep? i'd go see my doctor is it's serious
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    No it isn't really cold where i sleep

    I have realised it is worst after 'back' days
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    You need to stretch more, and possibly look into taking some joint supplements such as glucosamine/chondroitin to lubricate your joints. Crack your knuckles too, (it's not bad for you, it's actually good) - cracking is moving a joint that doesn't move on its own. Try doing doing a forearm/finger stretches by putting your arm straight out in front of you and pulling your fingers back. Stiffness is bad lubrication, being cold (lack of circulation, hands are the first place to lose it), and flexibility. That's why when you get older and start going to the chiropractor (if you need to), he/she will provide stretches or crack you in certain places to get those joints moving again.

    If you can, learn to play guitar, it's fun and will get your finger dexterity to improve tremendously.
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    You might want to get it checked seriously mate. If it's bad lubrication could lead to arthritis but I'm no doctor.
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