Rheumatic Reading List - September 2020
Updated: Mar 11, 2021
Thanks for tuning into our Reading List for September.
If you live with a chronic illness such as Sjogren's or Lupus, you know how difficult it is to live in chronic pain.
We all have 'bad pain days' right?
I'm sure you know what I mean when I say bad pain day. Lying in bed, constant pain, unable to do much of anything.
On these days with I have the 'unable to do much of anything' blues. I usually spend time on my phone and try to learn, read, and research my illnesses.
I have Sjogren's and Lupus - you can learn about my story here.
In the month of September I compiled a list of resources for all my fellow Sjogren's and Lupus Warriors (or any other rheumatic illness😜 )
Leaders and Influencers:
Fargo woman tells story of how her 'mom fatigue' was so much more
Caroline Wozniacki details 'excruciating pain' leading to arthritis diagnosis
Living with Chronic Illness:
5 Things You Should Know About Antiphospholipid Syndrome or Hughes Syndrome
I'm Sick, Even When You Can't See It | Trust Me, I'm Sick Part 1
After 40 Years, Updated Pain Definition Aims To Include Those Once Left Out
Science, Research, & Facts:
Study Finds: Signaling Molecule IL-38 Can Reduce Inflammation, May Be Therapy Target
World Lymphoma Awareness Day 2020: Interesting Facts About Lymphoma
There is a lot of information here.
I hope this list with help educate you on your illness so you can become an informed patient.
I also hope it gives you information to help you manage your hardest days.
Always know that you are not alone.
Health and Happiness,
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