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Tylenol 8 Hour Acetaminophen 650 mg Arthritis & Joint Pain, 290 Caplets

Tylenol 8 Hour Acetaminophen 650 mg Arthritis & Joint Pain, 290 Caplets

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TYLENOL® 8 HR Arthritis Pain Extended Release Caplets have a bi-layer design to deliver fast-acting arthritis pain relief for up to eight hours.

TYLENOL® 8 HR Arthritis Pain

  • Temporarily relieves minor arthritis pain
  • 650 milligrams of acetaminophen per caplet
  • Fast-acting relief lasts up to 8 hours
  • TYLENOL® is the #1 doctor-recommended brand for arthritis pain 
Arthritis is a general term used for conditions that cause joint pain, stiffness, swelling, and other joint symptoms. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis. In joints with OA, the protective cartilage between bones starts to wear away. This allows the bones to rub together, which can cause pain and stiffness.

What causes arthritis?

Your arthritis is caused by a combination of risk factors that are unique to you. Some of them–age, genetics, previous injuries, and overuse of certain joints–are things you can’t really do anything about.

But you can change other factors–like weak joint muscles, lack of exercise, and continued joint wear and tear due to excess weight.

Common Signs of Arthritis

  • Morning Stiffness lasting 30 minutes or less
  • Joint pain or tenderness that is constant or that comes and goes
  • Not being able to move a joint in the normal way
  • Weakness and joint pain that can’t be explained

This is not a complete list of all possible symptoms.

Only your doctor can diagnose whether what you have is arthritis.

Warm-ups and Cool-downs for Arthritis Relief

  • Warming up before activity and cooling down afterwards helps minimize injury when   preventing arthritis with exercise.
  • Always warm up for 3-5 minutes before beginning arthritis exercises with light activity like walking around the block or marching in place.
  • Cool down for at least 5 minutes after strengthening or cardio exercises. You can do more light activity like walking or stretching exercises.
  • When you start exercising to relieve arthritis symptoms, you may initially have some mild discomfort, but this often improves after a few minutes. Listen to your body if any initial discomfort persists – it knows what is arthritis appropriate exercise for you.

Note: If you experience severe arthritis pain during your workout, stop immediately and talk with your healthcare provider about arthritis management.

Always read and follow the label before taking any arthritis pain medication.

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