If you want to know how to cope-up and live with lupus, then checkout this "How To Live With Lupus" guide.
In this step-by-step guide you will understand the disease, the person having such disease, and adopt to the situation.
- Determine the types of Lupus.
- Distinguish its signs and symptoms.
- Learn how Lupus can be treated.
- Learn how to manage flares
- Learn how to prepare for a lifestyle change
- Learn how to have a support group to help you cope up with the disease.
- Learn some tips for keeping track of your medication.
- Learn some tips for keeping your Lupus diary.
- Learn tips before travelling and staying informed.
- And much more.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As someone living with lupus, I found this to be a good guide for someone newly diagnosed or for someone who knows someone with lupus and would like to know more about this obnoxious disease. This guide explains, in simple terms, what lupus is and also addresses some of the myths about it. I especially like how it talks about the relationship between patient and physician and how important it is for a partership--something too often overlooked--especially with someone who is living with a chronic illness. If you are newly diagnosed and don't know where to turn, this is a good first step to understanding your disease.