Arthritis is a common condition that affects people of all ages, according to the NHS.
Symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, tenderness, restricted movement, and having warm, red skin over affected joints.
Types of arthritis include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lips and psoriatic arthritis.
While there isn’t a cure for arthritis, you can reduce your symptoms by making small lifestyle changes.
Taking these daily vitamins and nutrients could help to relieve arthritis pain, and protect your joints.
“Arthritis aches and pain can affect your daily life,” said the Arthritis Foundation.
“But there are simple ways to protect your joints, reduce strain and improve how you function each day.
“Supplementing your diet with a multivitamin is a good way to get the nutrients you may lack in your diet.
“Strong joints [and overall joint health] will benefit from bone-building calcium and vitamin K.”
Arthritis patients could also benefit from taking vitamin C, pain-relieving vitamin E, and folic acid, it added.
Turmeric is a great supplement for arthritis patients, the foundation said.
The spice contains the chemical curcumin, which reduces joint pain and swelling by blocking harmful inflammatories.
Cat’s claw supplements are anti-inflammatories that may relieve rheumatoid arthritis pain, it said.
Some gels or topical creams could also reduce painful symptoms of arthritis, including capsaicin creams.
You could also prevent joint pain by making small lifestyle changes, including with your diet and exercise regimes.
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is very important if you have arthritis, according to the NHS.
Your diet should consist of fruit and vegetables, starchy foods, dairy, fats and proteins.
If you’re overweight, losing a few pounds could help to manage your arthritis.
Being overweight puts extra pressure on joints in the knees, ankles and hips.
Regular exercise can reduce joint stiffness in arthritis patients. It could also boost your muscle strength and range of movement.