This episode discusses the added workload that was put on Lupe as Brian fought off an illness over the weekend. These little things we didn’t think of, but if we had, we could have planned for an easier experience for Lupe.
Susan Barajas joins us in the studio to talk about her journey and involvement with the Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation.
Lupe and Brian talk about “Zero Days”. What is a zero day? Is it OK to take a zero day? Do you plan a zero day or does your body tell you that you are taking a zero day?
Let’s Dive In!
Lupe & Brian discuss a support group supported by the Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation that they recently attended and the awesome materials covered during the meeting.
We asked her if she would come on the show and not only share her journey with Sjogren’s Syndrome, but a company that she is part of and some of their products that help manage some of the symptoms of Sjogren’s syndrome.
So Brian had a lightbulb or an Ah-ha moment and hit on the anxiety I have been feeling. Once that happened, It all came rushing out and the weight of the world was off my shoulders.
Having someone you can talk to is so important and we demonstrate that in this episode.
This week we’re going to talk about chronic illness and anxiety.
We often say it goes without saying, however, in my experience, not talking about something isn’t always healthy.
The recent earthquakes in Southern CA, caused us to evaluate our preparedness supplies and we wanted to share our thoughts with you.
Preparedness is important and including your medications is very important.
Yeah. So she like wakes up in this panic, coughing, choking, ripping this thing out of her mouth. And it was the fact that I’m sure a lot of you can relate to. There was so much saliva in her mouth. She didn’t know what to do with it.
It has different sections of veggies, dairy, nuts, stuff like that. And it lists the, it gives you percentages and the higher numbers, the higher percentages is what you’re supposed to eat