After being able to recognize the symptoms, perhaps the second most difficult aspect of lupus is managing your symptoms. From extreme fatigue to joint pain to hair loss, here are five simple ways you can help control all those symptoms and more.
Get your rest.
Fatigue is common in those who’ve been diagnosed with lupus. To fight off fatigue, it’s important to get a good night’s sleep every time you hit the sack. Depending on the person, you may need anywhere from eight to 12 hours of sleep every night, in order to feel completely restored.
Believe it or not, physical activity can actually help boost your energy. During your workout sessions, be sure to pace yourself and take breaks whenever you feel that you need them to avoid experiencing that tired, burnt-out feeling.
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