Although inflammation is a common symptom for people living with lupus and other autoimmune diseases, there are ways to successfully manage it your daily life. During this seminar, Paul Ratté, ND, will address the underlying causes of inflammation and discuss key strategies to decrease inflammation, pain, and fatigue, including nutrition, diet, and lifestyle changes.
Northwestern Health Sciences University, 2501 W. 84th Street, Bloomington, MN
What are your rights if your employer thinks you can’t work anymore? What if you believe you can no longer work, but you’ve been denied benefits?
This seminar will provide information about these and other questions related to living with lupus, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases. Specifically, the presentation will focus on how to navigate discrimination in the workplace and apply for short- and long-term insurance, social security disability insurance and supplemental security income.
Upper Midwest Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 200 12th Avenue S., Minneapolis, MN
Living with an illness, such as lupus or another autoimmune disease, can impact a person’s emotional and social well-being and quality of life. During this seminar, Dr. Courtney Wells will discuss commonly experienced emotional and social challenges including grief and loss, relationships, as well as strategies to better manage wellness in everyday life.
Maple Grove Library, 8001 Main Street North, Maple Grove, MN
Yoga is a meditative practice that connects the mind, body, and spirit through movement and breath. Great for stress relief and overall relaxation for people of all ages, including those living with lupus and other autoimmune diseases, yoga can help increase flexibility, sense of balance, and strength and provide the opportunity to practice the art of “presence” through gentle movement and focus on the breath.
Hartley Nature Center, 3001 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, MN