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Why do I feel achy and tired in the morning?

Your aches and pains may be related to osteoarthritis, the “wear-and-tear” arthritis, which is extremely common especially in adults over age fifty. Still, check with your doctor to be sure there are no other specific problems that need to be addressed. Adding exercise to your daily activities would be a good idea if your doctor allows.
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