Sjogren’s Syndrome is no reason to sit on your behind. I know it’s hard to, when you get a new diagnosis, it’s hard to adapt to that and adjust your lifestyle, but once you adjust it, you could still live a great life with Sjogren’s.
Brian discusses what he looks out for and how he helps support Lupe in managing, dealing and living with her Sjogren’s so we can maintain an active healthy lifestyle. A few tips and tricks learned with 10 years of experience.
Lupe and Brian discuss the upcoming year, self-evaluation and adjusting goals.
We hope you all had an awesome Christmas this 2018.
Lupe & Brian: Welcome to another episode of Sjogren’s Strong. New Speaker: My name is Lupe. Brian: And this is…
Lupe and Brian discuss their experiences with “Dry Mouth” products and some of the things to stay away from. If you are dealing with a dry mouth you do not want to miss this episode.
Sjogren’s Needs to be your friend, Lorena joining us from Colombia on episode 9 of Sjogren’s Strong. “Sjogren’s needs to be your best friend”
About Sjogren’s Syndrome and Dry Eyes. Some tips and tricks to help keep that moisture where you most need it. And Yes, we have a few questions!
Andrea shares her story of living with Sjogren’s Syndrome from pre-diagnosis to present day. We can learn from one another and Andrea is a great example
Leo shares with us “Moisyn”. Free of harsh chemicals and other things that you see in many of the products on the market and is a great treatment for Dry Mouth.
I started with my own personal health challenges. I had a thyroid issue, that I had started to investigate because I was going to need to take, some medicine for it. And I remember the words of my Dr. when I went in and to get my blood work done. And him telling me that I was going to need to take this type of medicine for life. And, that was kind of shocking to me.