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stella.0

820d

other than medications and therapy, what else has helped to improve your condition

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    • Jade1

      819d

      Setting boundaries with toxic people. My mom, my sister, etc.

    • YassPills

      819d

      My home situation has been improving a LOT and i've become more independent + am able to get out of the house and do things by myself :)

    • IAmTired247

      819d

      Drawing, focusing on myself and what is good for me. Play video games, talk about things I love. Just the small things in life that people never seem to appreciate.

    • StrawberryMilk

      819d

      Melatonin gummies, keeping people out, letting only specific people in, protecting my emotions/energy, eating and exercising right, doing my special interest as much as i can, buy/collect what i want, do what I want

    • Jade1

      819d

      Setting boundaries with toxic people. My mom, my sister, etc.

    • AeL

      819d

      Strangely, movement. I start down sliding if I become too sedentary again. Not that I take walks every day or even exercise really but just doing things- cleaning, cooking, working on products in my business. It helps. It takes a while to build the stamina and I can also wipe it out instantly but I’m better with some movement than without

    • Sunflora

      820d

      Something that I personally always do is make sure I have something to look forward to. Whether that be something big like a vacation or small like my Wednesday night yoga classes with my friends, it’s good to always have some small thing to be excited about

    • Lilocnr

      820d

      The #1 thing in improving my condition has been my diet. Eating specific foods and restricting others has dramatically decreased my flare ups. This doesn’t have to be a permanent thing, but I really strongly suggest trying either an elimination diet to find specific triggers or a basic diet. I can also share with you what has worked incredibly for me if you want.

☝ This content is generated by our users and it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult with your physician before making any medical decision

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