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Advice of Anxiety
Celebrex, an antiinflamatory.
by Guyla Galindo
Had the marina for 3yr and helped alot
Keeping yourself busy doing what your body allows you to do, charties are a great way you can help from home
Ankle braces and AFO'S
Joining support groups and knowing your not alone
by Dawn Erickson
The heating pad my gran gave me. It's old but works so well.
by Andrea (Andi)
Zoladex helped a fair bit- but you can't stay on that forever
Excision surgery with a specialist
Regular rheumatologists visits
Having the moral support and strength from my mom and grandma
My mum who always helps me no matter what
by Leta Sheaffer
Chiropractic- muscle (no cracking)
Gluten free diet
by Merrie McGaw
My Lumbar-Periotoneal Shunt has made a HUGE difference..
by Jennifer P.
Drinking lots of water and eating healthier
Think of the times I didn't have anxiety and how I dealt with the situation then.
Finding other people with the same diagnosis, and making new friends
by Emma Robinson
Taking magnesium tablets helps me so much, it decreases my fatigue levels
Ronald, my husband
by Kim Céspedes-Wyatt
Knowing medication is different for everyone helps
by Lela G.
Diet - Removing foods thats where toxic to my body
by Adina M
Zumba and My Fittness Pal changed my life
Corlanor and Clonodine made it possible to go back to work
by Joseph Hupp
just haveing positive peopple in my life
I get married to a very special guy . that is no longer here.
by Teresa Faith Bartok
Gluten free food made me feel better
by Dannielle Booth
My best friend
Losing decent amount of weight improved self esteem.
Eight months of intens therapy where i discovered who I really am!
Increasing carbs: complex in between attacks and simple sugars during attacks.
by Jo Anna Ramsey
Being downsized and forced not to work over 40+ hours every week has resulted in reduced pain.
by Susan Eskdale
medication has assisted in controlling emotions
I use ice and Heat alternating. It helps on ny bad days.
by Kelly Kinsey
I found out I also have Celiac disease and going off of gluten makes things more bearable.
Knowing when I need to rest, and actually RESTING