Read about the steps you can take to live well with arthritis.

Read why exercise is an important part of managing axSpA

Exercise can help you improve your health and fitness without hurting your joints.

A list of exercise resources for people with advanced axSpA or lower physical activity levels

Back to Action is an exercise program developed by the UK's National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society (NASS)

Exercising in water is a great way to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and ease stiff joints.

Walking is one of the most effective means of reducing the pain and stiffness associated with axSpA

Strength training is a name for activities or exercises that build the strength of your muscles.

Tai chi is an ancient, Chinese martial art form that is practised around the world as a type of gentle exercise.

Dance and aerobic classes can improve cardiovascular fitness, pain relief, flexibility and balance.

Golf is a great for walking, mental stimulation, socialising and stress-relief.

The best diet for arthritis is a healthy, balanced one to maintain your general health.

Discussion about a healthy diet and inflammatory arthritis.

A dietitian's advice about what you should be eating.

Options for when you struggle to prepare food for yourself.

Read about ways to help manage fatigue

Are your symptoms affecting your sleep, or is your trouble sleeping making your symptoms worse?

Learn how your arthritis and other factors may be causing your extreme tiredness.

Read how smoking could be worsening your symptoms.

Ways to achieve effective therapy in inflammatory diseases.

Read more about ‘Complementary therapies’ for arthritis.

Read about the effect of acupuncture on arthritis

Fish oils can help reduce inflammation and support general health.