"You just have to keep living your life."
Taking on RA:
If you’re sitting there feeling shameful for your RA hands, swollen joints, or inability to be as active as others — stop. Be loud, proud, and unashamed.
It may seem silly — or impossible — but just as you trained your brain to know how to walk, or drive a car, you can also train your brain to push past the pain of your RA.
Though there’s not an actual RA diet, these are the foods and drinks that will help to fight inflammation. Including a menu for every day of the week!
It’s common knowledge that RA affects joints in the hands, arms and legs. But there are other joints you should know about.
Are your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms responding to your treatment plan? Use our assessment to find out whether your RA treatment plan may need adjustments to improve your everyday life.