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Fatigue

A lot is said about RA fatigue . I’m just curious, are there any of you that DON’T struggle with it??

A myRAteam Member said:

My inflammation markers went down ( I believe due to me changing my diet - no gluten, sugar, dairy, beans, nuts, legumes, alcohol, diet coke, and no LIFE).... yet my exhaustion is still overwhelming. I can't make it thru an 8 hour day... most of the time I max out at 4 hours before I'm down for the count. Has anyone else brought their inflammation markers down and yet still feel like crap? My knees swelling up and the heat in them has gone down..... but I am so exhausted that it's debilitating. Problems with low back pain due to bone on bone doesn't help.

posted about 2 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I experience fatigue. I have found that as soon as I need to take naps, on a regular basis, if I load up with enzymes by eating a lot of alfalfa and mung bean sprouts, along with a ton of raw spinach and kale, that my energy levels increase a lot. I should probably be more consistent, to avoid lapses in energy; however, I get tired of all the 'greens' LOL

posted about 2 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I use Orencia. I stopped eating meat except occaisional seafood. I stopped eating all processed foods. My energy level seems to be related to diet and 8 hours of sleep. I cleaned my house yesterday. Like clean...you know? I hope to wean myself off sugar and eat a totally plant based diet by January. I decided to be proactive about this disease. I gained weight while my rheumatologist was trying to find something that worked. Now i want to get this extra weight off. I think it may help my energy level. Other than this i don't know what to do. I'm thinking all the rest and diet changes and moderate exercise can only be good.

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Exercise if you can. I know this sounds mad but it does help, also helps with restless legs xx

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I used to feel fatigue when I was in the middle of active flares but not anymore. I have been in remission for 5 months. My daily regimen - pharmaceutical quality CBD isolate oil, 50 to 100 mg a day (It changed my pain that I now distribute it in doctor’s offices and in my health facility), omega 3 from algae, turmeric, D3, Plaquenil. I am afraid to even say it out loud but I haven’t experienced fatigue in several months. I know this disease will have many curve balls so I am thankful for every pain free day.

posted 3 months ago
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