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A Day in the Life with PsA

A Day in the Life with PsA

The average day for someone living with psoriatic arthritis can be a roll of the dice. It might be filled with pain, it might be bearable, or it might be an enjoyable day. Many find that having a regular routine helps manage the roller coaster of living with PsA and provide a sense of stability.


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“A day in the life
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How much time do you spend ruminating about your psoriatic arthritis? Is “feeling sorry” for yourself a bad habit that needs to be replaced? Or is it a good thing to do?
Feeling sorry for yourself – Bad habit?
Started by: rebeccab

“A day in the life
Start the Day Right!

My Morning Routine
This probably sounds familiar to many with PsA:
Open eyes. Assess pain/stiffness/fatigue. Cough to clear lungs. Pray. Selftalk: “We can get out of bed. Slowly. Made it.”
by tcanyonn

Does this sound like your morning routine?

“A day in the life

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