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Touching and smelling indoor plants has been proven to reduce physiological and psychological stress.
This is good news for rheumatoid patients, who are twice as likely to suffer from depression and / or anxiety that the general population.
We asked the Women with Rheumatoid disease community what they say when people tell you: "You don't look sick"
Here are their answers...
Living with rheumatoid disease (aka rheumatoid arthritis) can be tough.
It is not surprising that people with rheumatoid disease are at least twice as likely to suffer from depression than healthy people.
We have bad news for you.
Sugary foods can increase rheumatoid pain.
So how can you - realistically - reduce your sugar intake?