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If you are living with rheumatoid arthritis and suffering with depression there are new treatments and self care activities that can help. Medication prescribed by your doctor and physical therapy can help relieve the pain of rheumatoid arthritis. Make sure you get enough sleep, eat nutritious, wholesome food, get fresh air and change of scenery, and try some low-impact aerobic exercise a few times a week. Talking to your family and friends about how you feel, and talking to your doctor about your pain and your emotions can help you get the treatment and support you need.
rheumatoid arthritis , depression, treatment, self care, sleep, aerobic exercise
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