How to bowl with knee pain? Well it’s not a hard question to answer but bowling with knee pain is not fun and can be very painful while bowling. I have Osteoarthritis in my left knee that sometimes flare up and I be in a lot of pain. I had this for 3 years now and over time I have learned some ways in dealing with this problem. If you get a change please visit my blog: for more info ob bowling.

Here are some tips on dealing with Osteoarthritis: Before I go bowling I make sure to stretch my legs and arms to prevent injure and pulling something while I bowl. Glucosamine is a compound naturally located in the cartilage of our joints, made from chains of sugars and proteins bound together. It acts as one of the frame’s herbal shock-absorbents and joint lubricants, allowing us to move around without (or at the least with less) joint, bone and muscle pains. I take glucosamine all the time to help repair my knee and have less pain. Glucosamine can help promote new knee cartilage.

The next supplement I take is fish oil. Fish oil comes from the tissues of oily fish. The best assets are cold-water, fatty fish. with regards to human intake of fish oil, you can get it from fish themselves or from a fish oil supplement. I like fish oil because it helps with knee pain and joints. I has helped me in the past with headaches. Fish oil works like aspirin, it helps with inflammation in your body.

The last supplement I take is black seed oil which it cures everything that I have read online about. Black seed oil is a inflammation killer in you whole body and has over 101 benefits to the body. Black seed oil helps me sleep better, helps me eat less,helps with weight loss, helps with headaches and keep me feeling good. Black seed oil is very to good your your body. For more info check out my blog: