Natural Remedies for Sjogren’s Syndrome
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In general, people who have a positive outlook on life, who stay active, and who exercise have a much easier time managing the disease with better outcomes. Here is a list of short but descriptive tips for survival for people with Sjogren’s Syndrome. (Food/diet can help reduce inflammation and symptoms as well; there is a separate section that deals with this topic.)
General Sjogren’s Syndrome Survival Tips
- Stay active and exercise regularly. Try swimming if your joints hurt.
- Surround yourself with positive people in your life; they can help you cope with the ups and downs throughout your journey.
- Keep a good diary of your symptoms on daily basis; this will help your doctor understand your specific situation and figure out specific treatment options that can help.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Dry Mouth Survival Tips
- Eat soft, moist food.
- Eat smaller portions at more frequent meals to make digestion easier and stimulate saliva flow.
- Do not eat spicy, salty, or acidic foods that can hurt your mouth.
- Help prevent dental decay by using coconut oil pull in your mouth five to six time a day. Coconut oil provides moisture making your mouth less irritating, prevents cavities and also function as detoxification for your body. Take one tablespoon of coconut oil, switch around in your mouth for 20 minutes and spit out into a trash can.
- Drink plenty of water, not carbonated soft drinks, throughout the day.
- Do not use mouthwashes or rinses that contain alcohol or witch hazel. They will make your dry mouth worse.
- Chew sugar-free gum or suck on hard diabetic or sugar-free candies to help increase saliva. Lemon flavor does a good job.
- Apply coconut oil pull in your mouth in case you have mouth yeast infections. Coconut oil can also be taken internally to kill yeast in the gut, throat and mouth.
- Use vitamin E oil,coconut oil or moisturizing gels to help sooth dry or sore spots in the mouth or tongue for long-lasting relief.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Dry Eye Survival Tips
- Take TheraLife® Eye Autoimmune daily to keep your immune system in check and your tear and salivary glands healthy.
- Keep your eye lid clean by using sterile eyelid cleansers preferably a hypochlorous acid based eyelid cleanser like Avenova. Do this twice a day to help with blepharitis, a common condition in Sjogren’s Syndrome.
- Use hot compress daily to fight blepharitis and keep the eye’s oil glands and tear secretion glands healthy. If your eyes become infected, ask for a prescription of antibiotics for eyes.
- For light sensitivity, wear wraparound sunglasses whenever outdoors. Light sensitivity is a sign of dry eyes. Increase intake of TheraLife Eye Autoimmune formula for dry eye relief.
- Carry a wet washcloth in a zip-top bag to place on your dry eyes when traveling.
- Do not apply anything to the eyelids that can irritate your dry eye. This includes mascara, eye liners, and moisturizers for eye lids.
- Clean your eye lids with a clean q-tip dipped in hot water;when your eyelid cleanser is not available. This is an easy way to keep blepharitis away.
- Use eye drops only when absolutely have to, or you are stuck in a place where you forgot to bring your TheraLife Eye Autoimmune. Use preservative-free eye drops. Remember, eye drops make your eyes drier.
- For environmental allergies, taking an over-the-counter allergy mass cell stabilizer( e.g. Zyrtec)twice daily may help.
- For night time dry eyes, take 4 capsules of TheraLife® Eye Autoimmune before bedtime. If your eyes are partially open, try taping a wet gauze pad over your eyes at night. You can also buy moisture goggles to wear at night.
- Night time eye ointments and gels can be used, but most TheraLife customer do not require the use of eye ointments when they reached equilibrium and are getting constant relief.
- For dry eye, use a hot wet wash cloth wrapped about a compress bag that has been heated in the microwave oven. Put this over your eyes for 10 minutes; gently massage your upper and lower eye lids. Do this twice a day.
- If your vision is blurred, then you need to take a few more TheraLife Eye Autoimmune capsules. You should be able to see relief in 20 minutes.
- Avoid wind, bright sun light or anything that is going to make your eyes feel worse.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Dry Skin Survival Tips
- Those with Sjogren’s should take warm baths or showers to help soothe dry skin.
- Pat dry after bathing and moisturize immediately while the skin is still damp. Use a moisturizer that does not contain artificial ingredients to soak into the skin without setting up a barrier. Use olive oil, cooking oils, even Crisco. Do not use petroleum products, which set up a moisture barrier.
- People with Sjogren’s with dry and/or sensitive skin should not use fabric softeners, strong bleaches or anything that will elicit an allergic response, in the washer and dryer.
- If you do go swimming, rinse off immediately to reduce exposure to chlorine and use a moisturizer to reduce dry skin symptoms.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Sun Survival Tips
- Exposure to bright sun light or UV light can elicit skin reactions for people with Sjogren’s syndrome.
- For people with Sjogren’s syndrome, exposure to sun light or UV light can lead to skin rashes, disease flares, eye sensitivity and pain.
- Wear good UV-protective wraparound sunglasses, and stay out of the sun whenever possible.
- Wear UV-protective clothing and hats to reduce skin reactions.
- Use semi-transparent UV-protective films on your house windows and car windows to protect you from UV radiation.
- Look for the words “broad spectrum” on sunscreen protection for protections from both UVA and UVB radiation.
- Reapply your sunscreen often because sweat and moisture can decrease the effectiveness of sunscreen lotions.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Fatigue Survival Tips
- TheraLife® Fatigue will help reduce fatigue in people with Sjogren’s.
- Exercise and get your body moving. If your joints hurt and you cannot walk, go swimming. Daily exercise helps fight fatigue and chronic pain. Exercise helps with mental health as well.
- Educate your friends and family about your fatigue with Sjogren’s syndrome. It comes and wanes in cyclical fashion.
- Work with your doctor to find out if the fatigue is due to other medical reasons, such as chronic fatigue syndrome.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Brain Fog Survival Tips
- Brain fog is a neurological disorder associated with Sjogren’s syndrome. In other cases, it can be a side effect of prescription drugs or a sign due of depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders.
- Keep your brain active: play bridge; develop hobbies; read.
- Do yoga to reduce stress and anxiety.
- Drink less coffee and alcohol to help with “brain fog” and reduce insomnia.
- Stay active and keep on working. Learn new skills, volunteer, engage in social and mentally stimulating activities, and establish new friendships and relationships.
- Keep a good mental attitude. Letting yourself laugh and talk about your feelings will help reduce fatigue and “brain fog” in people with Sjogren’s syndrome
Sjogren’s Syndrome Insomnia Survival Tips
- People with Sjogren’s often complain about insomnia.
- Be sure that your bedroom is comfortable, secure, dark and quiet.
- Be ware that people with Autoimmune diseases can not use Melatonin as a sleep aid. It will stimulate your autoimmune responses.
- To maintain a good sleep pattern, try to set a steady schedule of when you go to bed and arise.
- Use CD’s that talk you to sleep, setting a peaceful and calm mental image to allow you to fall asleep and stay asleep.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Surgery Survival Tips
- It is common practice that before surgery, the surgeon would like you to stop taking TheraLife® Eye Autoimmune because it is herbal, and they want to be able to control your response to the surgery.
- At the hospital, you just have to tolerate non-preservative eye drops until you get home and put yourself back on TheraLife® Eye Autoimmune.
- People with Sjogren’s who are undergoing surgery need to talk to their doctor about the possibility of bringing in medications and over-the-counter products that are not commonly stocked in hospital pharmacies.
- Inform hospital personnel during the pre-admission visit about the OTC and prescription medications you need and are bringing.
- Bring a moisturizer for your skin and nose. Your nose oxygen tube tends to make your nose dry and hurt. People with Sjogren’s tend to be drier than expected after surgery.
- Anticipate more dryness after surgery. Bring extra eye drops and oral and nasal moisturizers to the hospital.
- Inform your surgeon, anesthesiologist and other physicians and nurses involved in your hospital care that you have Sjogren’s. Share information about your dryness and other symptoms and routine care.
- If you are headed for surgery, ask the nurse to speak with the anesthesiologist to obtain permission for you to take your regular medications for dry mouth and anti-inflammatory in the morning of your surgery if it is part of your routine care.
- Depending on the hospital’s policy, you may be able to keep your medications at your bedside, or they may be administered by a nurse.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Acid Reflux Survival Tips
- For nighttime acid reflux, stop eating a least 3 hours before bedtime and limit liquid intake to small sips, in order to keep the stomach empty.
- Elevate the head of your bed by raising the bed posts. The goal is to make your bed a 30 to 45 degree angle to the ground.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Dry Nose Survival Tips
- Try nasal irrigation (simple saline rinse) for a dry nose.
- Use a moisturizing spray or gel for your dry nose.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Dry Ear Survival Tips
- A drop of earwax remover or mineral oil can help dry itching ears.
Sjogren’s Syndrome Mental Health Survival Tips
- Keep a healthy outlook and attitude.
- Join a local support group. Seek out support groups where you can join online.
- Learn to do meditation and/or yoga. Go to religious activities. Be a volunteer, to keep you going. The more active you are in these spirit-lifting activities the better.
- Periodically go on detoxification diet to reduce inflammation.
Sjogren’s Dry Eyes – Relief by TheraLife Autoimmune
“I first found out that I had Sjogrens’ and severe dry eyes six (6) years ago. My eye doctor put me on Restasis for the first year plus systane drops. I used eye drops all day long with no relief. Through out the six years, my eyes were getting worse and I felt miserable at the end of each day. My eyes were so red and uncomfortable – I just wanted to pull my eyes out. I was not a happy person, very depressed, no social life, all I wanted to do is close my eyes. I would pray for a miracle every day, I went on line and searched for alternative medicine. I can say my prayers have been answered. I have been on TheraLife Autoimmune for three (3) months and I have my life back again. My family and co-workers also noticed the major difference in my eyes they are very happy for me. TheraLife Autoimmune is worth every penny, TheaLife is the best thing that ever happened to me, its the answer to my prayers.
E A, Hollister, CA
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