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  • Lifestyle to adopt in the presence of Lupus: Natural Remedies

    The systemic lupus erythematosus, or simply lupus or SLE, is a chronic autoimmune disease capable of hitting, through inflammatory mechanisms, and different tissues of the human body organs.  Through a series of autoantibodies (including ANA, anti-phospholipids, and anti-cardiolipin), in fact, lupus is capable of causing inflammation of the joints, skin, kidneys, lungs, nervous system, heart, and further other organs.
    Currently, the precise cause of lupus is unknown; based on some scientific evidence, however, the medical community believes that SLE is the result of a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors.
    More common among women and in particular ethnic groups (eg African-American), lupus causes a wide variety of symptoms, many of which are not very specific; among the most characteristic manifestations are: general malaise, fever, loss of appetite, widespread joint pain, erythema scattered (including the so-called "butterfly" erythema), anemia, leukopenia, proteinuria, and hematuria.

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    What is the Lifestyle to adopt in the presence of Lupus?

    Behaviors that help control lupus symptoms are:

    • Visit your doctor regularly. Undergoing periodic check-ups is an excellent strategy to better monitor the disease and the effect of drugs, and to prevent possible complications.
    • Know the disease. The lupus patient who knows that he knows in detail the disease he suffers from knows how to recognize any worsening in advance, knows when it's time to contact the doctor, knows which circumstances in life could be dangerous and which ones he can face with serenity, etc.
    • Protect yourself carefully from sunlight in case of exposure. To protect yourself from the ultraviolet rays of the sun, it is essential to resort to the use of opaque clothing (eg: opaque sweaters, long pants, caps, etc.) and sun creams with a high protection factor.
    • Exercise regularly. The ' Regular exercise strengthens bones, improves cardiovascular health and, more generally, promotes the well-being of the patient.
    • Don't smoke. Cigarette smoke promotes cardiovascular problems linked to lupus.
    • Stick to a healthy and balanced diet. In lupus patients, a diet rich in fruit and vegetables has a positive impact on problems such as hypertension and kidney disorders.
    • Monitor your vitamin D levels and possibly take a vitamin D supplement. Some scientific studies suggest that, in the case of lupus, an increased intake of vitamin D promotes the well-being of the patient.

    Natural treatment

    Systemic lupus erythematosus is a disease of an autoimmune nature, triggered by overactivity of the immune system of unknown cause, which begins to attack healthy tissue in the body. Thus, the inflammatory process is triggered in several areas of the body, and the unpleasant symptoms such as joint pain, fatigue, and not only occur.

    Ginger and Turmeric -  A common symptom in patients with lupus is joint inflammation, which is accompanied by pain, stiffness, and discomfort. The ginger and turmeric are known for their anti-inflammatory properties, making it effective remedies to relieve joint pain in lupus.

    Moreover, having anti-inflammatory properties, ginger and turmeric maintain remission, preventing the inflammatory process from starting.

    Frankincense essential oil - the aromatherapy can also be effective in controlling lupus and its symptoms. Frankincense essential oil, for example, is effective in reducing inflammation and can be used both internally and externally - applied directly to joints and painful areas.

    Epsom Salt Bath -  A rich Epsom salt bath will help muscles all over the body to relax and at the same time relieve joint pain due to the high magnesium content released in the water after melting salts. Joint pain specific to systemic lupus erythematosus can be relieved by such a bath.

    Probiotics - The use of probiotics is extremely beneficial for patients with lupus because they have a beneficial impact on the immune system.

     Fish Oil - Fish oil has anti-inflammatory properties. The omega 3 fatty acids found in abundance in this oil make it a price ally for the patient with lupus.

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