We can’t always win but we are human and require sleep so there are a few things we can do to try and sleep better with this painful condition.
A little heart can do big things
A poem of pain
Every time I was sick before I was given a prescription and it went away. Rheumatoid Arthritis however isn’t going away.
Rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, is about so much more than debilitating pain. For people living with this condition, the sense of isolation can be just as difficult to manage as the physical symptoms. But you aren’t alone.
Every year, Healthline searches for RA blogs like this year’s winners. These blogs exist to educate, inspire, connect, and empower people living with RA, and we hope you find them helpful.
Parenting is hard, and single parenting can be even more of a challenge. But when you add in a chronic illness with multiple symptoms, side effects from treatments, and the reality of living with a disability, life just gets even more hectic and overwhelming.
“I decided to flaunt my flaws and express my vulnerability which made me so much stronger”
Imagine being unable to work at your job because the pain and fatigue you experience on a daily basis makes things you could by rote feel impossible.
But what I can’t do is knock this feeling that has started to fester inside me as my chronic illness made it’s mark in my life.
It’s one thing to feel beautiful but it’s another thing to feel beautiful and have that beauty stand for a cause.