A person who does hours of intense exercising every day will have a lot more problems with chronic joint pain than a person who allows his body to recuperate. Our muscles, tendons and ligaments require time to rest and repair after an extremely hard workout.
Change positions - Instead of sitting all day, getting up and moving around is very helpful to break up the usual routine and keep our bodies in shape.
Wear proper footwear - Proper footwear is extremely important for bone and joint health. It has been scientifically proved that women who wear high-heeled shoes have seven to 10 times greater risks of developing joint pain and problems. If you like high heels, heels lower than three inches would be best for bone and joint health. Always ensure that your shoes including tennis and athletic shoes, fit properly.