The beginning of the year always presents an opportunity to reflect on your current self-image and how you want to grow and improve. Interestingly, a previous post entitled ‘Can You Change How You See Yourself?’ discussed how it is possible to change the set of beliefs you have about yourself, a concept called ‘self-schema.’ Citing the findings…
Dry mouth is a common symptom of Sjogren’s. Here are a few products I’ve found helpful in soothing my dry mouth.
If you’re trying to kick the sugar habit, here are two versions of naturally sweet and satisfying treats.
Living with chronic illness can be like a part-time job. Here’s how to start your symptom management plan.
My Sjogren’s Syndrome diet includes anti-inflammatory and weight-conscious foods. Check out what I keep in my kitchen.
If you’re living with a chronic illness, you’ve probably got some COVID fear and anxiety too. Here’s how to work with your valid emotions to make yourself feel better.
A Sjogren’s Syndrome diagnosis means much more than dry eyes and dry mouth. Read about how hard it can be to get a Sjogren’s Syndrome diagnosis.
A Sjogren’s Syndrome diagnosis can be a long time coming, since sjogren’s syndrome symptoms are so varied and seemingly unrelated. Supporting the Sjogren’s Foundation can help fund research that will cut down on time to diagnosis.
So many of us make health goals when we’re feeling really motivated and start out saying “this time will be different”. After a month or two, the predictable pattern of losing steam sets in. Maybe it’s because the health goal definitions were wrong. Here’s how to figure out the right health goals for you: Look…
When you’re living with chronic illness and have no energy, here’s a way to make yourself feel better.