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Guide to Living Well with an Autoimmune Disease


If you’re one of the 23 million Americans with an autoimmune disease—whether rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, lupus, Sjögren’s or another—then you know what it’s like to live on edge. Not only do you deal with uncomfortable, perhaps debilitating symptoms—you also need to stay alert to the many triggers that might worsen your condition, and you must deal with the stress of these diseases’ unpredictability.

While autoimmune diseases can’t be cured (currently), chances are you can still live well and happily even with your chronic condition—if you are armed with the right information.

Here’s help: In the Bottom Line Guide to Living Well with an Autoimmune Disease, you’ll find important information that will help you better manage not just your autoimmune disease, but the health of your whole body. You’ll learn about new, breakthrough drugs…natural therapies…other health risks you should know about…the food that overstimulates a hyperreactive immune system…how to quell inflammation…drug-free therapies used by a doctor who has lupus herself…and much, much more.

Read the articles below for how to take control of your health even if you have an autoimmune disease—and still live well and happily…

Your Immune System on Hyper Drive

When Your Immune System Fights Itself

Salt Liked to Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Asthma and Other Autoimmune Diseases

Not Knowing You Have Celiac Disease Can Kill You

Surprising Connection Between Autoimmune Disease and Endometriosis

New Cures and Breakthroughs

New Hope for Lupus Sufferers—While There Is No “Cure,” a Breakthrough Drug Can Make a Difference

Refractory Celiac—New Solutions

Gut Bacteria Linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis

The Missing Link in Lupus Care

Drug-Free Help

Herbs and Supplements That Relieve Lupus Symptoms

Natural Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

How Meditation Can Help Arthritis, Asthma and Other Inflammation Problems

Cold Fingers and Toes May Mean Raynaud’s Disease

Guide to Going Gluten-Free

Other Health Risks…

Rheumatoid Arthritis Increases Deadly Blood Clot Risk

Age and Celiac Disease—Going Against the Grain?

Sjögren Syndrome: The Mysterious Disease Is Back In the Spotlight

Pemphigus: The “Canker Sore” You Can’t Ignore

Autoimmune Encephalitis: The Brain Disease That Makes People Crazy

Date: May 5, 2015 Publication: Bottom Line Health
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