Managing Arthritis With An Allotment Centric Life

In this post I cover an oft-requested topic.  How my allotment centred life has helped me manage Adult Onset Still’s Disease (AOSD) and Fibromyalgia.  AOSD is a very rare auto-inflamatory disease, as a result the information on the web is drawn from a small sample of patients and isn’t very accurate, but this site is a reasonable place to start http://stillswebsite.tripod.com/still%27s_disease_info.htm.

My video doesn’t focus too much on the disease and how it’s treated.  Instead it delves into the impact that a range of lifestyle factors can have on managing the disease.  This approach seemed to have worked for me, it might not work for you, in fact it might not have worked for me either – conincidences happen.

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In the video I go through the diagram above in some detail.  If you are interested in reading more about my experiences you can check out my blog.  Follow this link for information on the disease and how I dealt with it:

http://steves.seasidelife.com/tag/aosd/

The following are links to my guides on various related topics:
Challenging Chronic Illness
My Simple Guide To Eating Well
My Guide To Living Well
My Strategy For Early Retirement
Guide To Making Progress
 

 

 

 

Steve Richards

I'm retired from work as a business and IT strategist. now I'm travelling, hiking, cycling, swimming, reading, gardening, learning, writing this blog and generally enjoying good times with friends and family

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