Arthritis Curehow to Arthritis Cure for It’s hardly surprising that arthritis is linked with anxiety and depression. It’s tough living with regular pain and fatigue. It can affect work, relationships and many of the things that matter most to you.
Learn more about the positive steps you can take to help stave off or treat anxiety and depression.
Arthritis Curehow to Arthritis Cure for Talking to someone you trust can make a big difference
Whether it’s to a relative, friend, partner or healthcare professional, never be afraid to open up about how you’re feeling.
There are lots of professionals to help you through the tough times, this could be your local GP or someone at Samaritans, Anxiety UK or Mind. If you think you need it, asking for help could be the most important thing you do today.
Don’t let stress build up
Let’s face it, stress is pretty unavoidable in hectic lives. Add arthritis to the mix of potential worries such as money, work and relationships, and stress is bound to rear its ugly head from time to time.
It’s important to know what really puts pressure on you. Think about ways to avoid those situations occurring in the first place, and the best ways of dealing with them if they do. Here’s a good page on Mind’s website about stress.
Getting your arthritis treated will help your mental health
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We’re here whenever you need us. If you want help, support or information – get in touch.
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