How Are Others Coping With RA?
Tips From People Dealing With Rheumatoid Arthritis
Learning how to cope with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) after diagnosis takes time, but once you develop a plan for managing your disease, your life will improve. These RA warriors share their tips for dealing with RA on a day-to-day basis.
When dealing with RA it’s important to maintain a strong, trusting relationship with your doctor or doctors. Being able to have an open conversation and be honest with each other is crucial to ensure you receive the treatment you need.
Part of being an RA patient also means doing your research. Having a good partnership with your doctor relies on you knowing about your condition and what your options are. Never stop learning!
Keeping a healthy lifestyle is also incredibly important. A healthy diet and sustainable exercise will only improve your condition and quality of life. You may even find you’re able to do things you haven’t been able to do in years!
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