First Day of Spring: Say Goodbye to Pain & Hello to More Activities with Kailo

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Spring has officially sprung! Don't let pain hold you back – get out there with Kailo!
 two people hiking on a mountain trail
March 2023. This article is independently written by Shelby Golding. All opinions given are hers. Shelby has been certified as a personal trainer and nutritional specialist since 2007. In 2008, she found her passion for writing about these topics and hasn't looked back.
 two people hiking on a mountain trail

It's hard not to get excited about the first day of Spring with the promise of warmer days and summer weather on the horizon. But don't let pain get in your way of enjoying the weather and getting active!

Keep reading to discover how Kailo can help you enjoy everything Spring offers without your aches and pains holding you back.

 What To Do About Springtime Pain

It's normal to notice more aches, pains, and stiff joints during the winter – the colder weather naturally leads to stiffness. And you might see even more pain as Spring hits!
While you might imagine Spring would usher your wintertime aches out the door, the change in the weather can aggravate your joints and muscles, especially if you have arthritis, past injuries, or another condition that causes chronic pain.

But Kailo is here to help! The Kailo Pain Patch is designed to relieve pain in seconds and doesn't involve any over-the-counter painkillers. How can you argue with that?

The best part is that you can wear Kailo anytime, anywhere, no matter what you plan to do this Spring. So whether you plan on kayaking, swimming, hiking in Spring showers, working up a sweat on your run, or just playing at the park with your canine companion, your Kailo patch will be there.

Just apply Kailo near the site of pain and breathe a sigh of relief before you set off on your Springtime adventures.

How To Stay Active This Spring

How To Stay Active This Spring

Springtime is perfect for getting outside, appreciating nature, and soaking up the sun. And with your Kailo patch ready to support you from morning to night, you can enjoy more activities this year! Here are some of our favorite ways to stay active as warmer weather sets in after the first day of Spring.

Plant a Spring Garden

There's no better way to celebrate Spring than with a garden! This activity is accessible and versatile, perfect for everything from backyard gardens to container gardens and indoor planters. Here are a few ideas:

  • Start your flowerbeds: Depending on where you live, you may be unable to put plants in the ground on the first day of Spring. But if you have a backyard, you can prepare your flowerbeds for the growing season. And if you can plant on the first day of Spring, head to a nursery to pick up some started plants or packets of seeds to get started! The next idea is for those of us without a backyard.

  • Make a container garden: A container garden is totally doable, even if you only have a small patio. And if it's cold during Spring where you live, you can bring the containers inside when the night temperatures are expected to drop below freezing. This allows you to plant started flowers or seeds right away.

  • Create an indoor garden: Indoor gardening is fun and accessible, and you have fewer pests. It can be as simple as a few containers on a sunny windowsill – whatever works for you. You might grow herbs for cooking, flowers to brighten your space, or some pepper plants for tasty produce!

Have a Picnic

An afternoon picnic can help you shake off the cold winter and embrace Spring as the weather gets warmer. You might invite a loved one, bring your pet, or enjoy the picnic as a solo adventure to appreciate the sounds of nature waking up.

Sandwiches are classic picnic fare, but you can also bring finger foods like cheese and crackers, sliced veggies, berries, and anything else that keeps well enough to travel. And don't forget something to drink! You might choose juice, water with lemon slices, wine, or another favorite beverage.

Take a Hike

Hiking trails start becoming more active as Spring sets in – the ice is melting in colder areas, and the days are more welcoming to outdoor adventures. You might revisit a favorite summer hiking trail, or if you don't hike regularly, you could look up popular nearby hiking trails to find a new spot to check out.

Depending on how active you've been through the winter, you may want to take it slow. Hiking 1-2 miles might be plenty, especially if the trails are muddy. And, speaking of mud, make sure you dress for the weather!

Go Flower-Finding

While picking wildflowers isn't the best for the environment, you can go flower-finding to see the first blooms of Spring. You might be satisfied simply finding the flowers and observing Spring's sleep pollinators starting to wake up. Or you might want to bring your phone or camera to take pictures while you're out in nature!

If you're flower-finding in an area with cell service, you could download a flower identification app on your phone so you know what you're looking at. This is especially fun for groups of friends and family or parents with little ones joining them on a flower-finding excursion.

Enjoy the Season with Kailo

Whatever activity you choose, apply Kailo before you leave home if you're experiencing persistent aches and pains. Or, if you're worried about pain cropping up when you're outside, bring your Kailo Pain Patch with you to use if needed.

Remember, the Kailo Pain Patch is designed to relieve your pain in seconds, so all you need to do is apply it near the site of pain and breathe a sigh of relief. In a recent clinical study, 99% of participants reported pain relief with Kailo within 10 minutes of using the patch. Who can argue with that?

Disclaimer: Kailo should not be used if you have a pacemaker or are pregnant. Always consult your doctor or health care professional before using Kailo.


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