In recognition of Sjogren’s Syndrome Awareness Month, We are doing a “Giveaway” and not just one set, but two!
Sjogren’s Strong is giving away, a, oh, wait, listen to the show and learn all about it!
I always have a Chapstick because I need to apply Chapstick constantly. I have a travel size, bottle of Moisten, oral spray. I have nasal gel, always water. Always, always, always water. And um, I have snacks, nuts and protein bars. Uh, I also have gums and sugarless mints.
A lot of people are really scared to begin exercising again when they’ve been living with pain for so long.
According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, “atrophy” is defined as a decrease in size or wasting away of a body part or tissue, In other words, if you don’t use it, you lose it.
Brian discusses what he looks out for and how he helps support Lupe in managing, dealing and living with her Sjogren’s so we can maintain an active healthy lifestyle. A few tips and tricks learned with 10 years of experience.
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.