A lot of people are really scared to begin exercising again when they’ve been living with pain for so long.
“We still have to live our lives and move forward and not be afraid of all this stuff all the time.” Episode 15, Randy Klein aka “Dude with Sjogren’s”
Sjogren’s Syndrome is no reason to sit on your behind. I know it’s hard to, when you get a new diagnosis, it’s hard to adapt to that and adjust your lifestyle, but once you adjust it, you could still live a great life with Sjogren’s.
This episode we speak with Deanna Leroux about her journey with Sjogren’s Syndrome.
Learning how to interpret how you feel and what that means, can take some time. Patterns will begin to emerge, showing you, what works and what doesn’t.
And remember, you’re the conduit between your Doctor, your Rheumatologist and your Dentist.
Sjogren’s Needs to be your friend, Lorena joining us from Colombia on episode 9 of Sjogren’s Strong. “Sjogren’s needs to be your best friend”
Andrea shares her story of living with Sjogren’s Syndrome from pre-diagnosis to present day. We can learn from one another and Andrea is a great example