Tag: rheumatic diseases
The impact of diet and nutrition on managing rheumatic diseases
Diet and nutrition can have a significant impact on managing rheumatic diseases. Rheumatic diseases are a group of conditions that affect the joints, bones, muscles, and other connective tissues. Some examples of rheumatic diseases include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and gout. These conditions can cause pain, inflammation, stiffness, and other symptoms that can make it…
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The world situation in 2023 about rheumatic disease
Rheumatic diseases affect millions of people around the world and can cause significant pain, disability, and reduced quality of life. In 2023, the global situation regarding rheumatic diseases remains a major public health challenge. Rheumatic diseases refer to a group of conditions that affect the joints, bones, muscles, and other connective tissues. They can cause…
Rheumatic Disease in Italy 2023: A Look at the Current State of Affairs
Rheumatic diseases affect millions of people around the world and Italy is no exception. As of 2023, there are an estimated 7 million people in Italy who suffer from some form of rheumatic disease. This includes conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, and many others. These conditions can have a significant…
Have you ever found yourself struggling to speak?
Have you ever found yourself struggling to speak? As someone who speaks three languages and communicates frequently, I sometimes experience difficulty expressing myself. It’s as if my brain is working, but my tongue isn’t cooperating. After some research, I’ve learned that this is not a brain condition, but rather a common phenomenon. Sometimes, when I’m…
Did you enjoy your summer?
Greetings everyone, I hope you are doing well. As promised, I wanted to share with you how my summer went, and more importantly, I am curious to know how your summer went. My summer began right after the lockdown was lifted. I decided to move to my grandmother’s beach house and I am still staying…
It all started with a seasonal flu, something many of us may have thought at the beginning of the pandemic. However, after a few weeks of the China Corona Virus Alarm, Italy was hit hard, and our world changed drastically. Our family and friends around the globe were all listening to the scary news, and…
Sometime I come back ….. Welcome back to me !
Hello everyone, It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here. It’s been a rough period with work and managing my disease. Even with the help of my wonderful husband, finding time to dedicate to my blog has been nearly impossible. But, I’m scheduling new articles where I can share my personal experiences with this…
Talking about me and AS
About two months ago, someone I deeply admire and respect reached out to me, asking if I could give a speech to an audience of approximately 300 people. However, being clever, he didn’t mention the size of the audience knowing that I hadn’t been speaking publicly very often lately. Despite my health issues, which have…
5 Tips to travel this summer for people with rheumatic diseases
Traveling with a rheumatic disease can be challenging, but it shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a relaxing vacation. Whether you’re heading to the beach, mountains, or a new city, here are some tips to keep in mind: With these tips in mind, you’re ready to enjoy a fantastic vacation this summer. Bon voyage!