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What Exercise is Good for Lupus Disease Patients?

stephany By On 16/07/2020 at 12:25

The goal of available treatment is to reduce the severity of symptoms, prevent organ damage, and minimize its impact on the lives of people with lupus. Traditional medicine for lupus will be more effective if it is balanced with medical drugs recommended by doctors.

Lupus or commonly called Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic inflammatory disease that occurs because a person's immune system attacks his own cells and tissues.

Inflammation caused by lupus is known to have a thousand faces because it can attack various body organ systems such as the skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart, and lungs.

Lupus is referred to as an autoimmune disease. Under normal conditions, the immune system will protect the body from infection. Unlike lupus sufferers, the immune system attacks the body itself.

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What are the benefits of exercise for people with lupus?

If you often hear that exercise will only make the sufferer's condition weaker, of course, that is not entirely true. In fact, exercise doesn't make lupus worse. In fact, many things can be obtained if someone with lupus has regular exercise. Here are the various benefits of exercise for lupus:

1. Make bones stronger and body flexible

One symptom that is often experienced by people with lupus is muscle pain and muscle stiffness, so exercise is needed to make it more flexible and relieve these symptoms.

2. Improve and maintain mental health

Many studies have shown that about 60% of people who experience chronic diseases also have mental disorders, whether it is mild to severe depression. Therefore, exercise is recommended to make mentally healthy again. Research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine also states the same thing: 20 minutes of physical activity a week can improve mental disorders in patients with chronic illness.

3. Reduces fatigue and tiredness

One of the things that make patients with lupus or other chronic diseases avoid sports because this activity is considered to make the body tired and tired. On the contrary, as many as 70 studies have stated the same thing, which is that exercising regularly is effective in overcoming fatigue. Of course, in patients with chronic diseases, physical activity must be planned in advance.

4. Prevent various side effects from treatment

Some drugs given to people with lupus, especially prednisone , can increase body weight. Some others can make patients experience increased blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels. even steroid drugs can also make your appetite increase. All of these side effects are of course bad for the body. therefore, regular exercise is needed to keep it under control.

What kind of exercise can lupus sufferers do?

The type of exercise for lupus is actually tailored to each patient's condition. However, the American College of Rheumatology suggests, people with lupus should do this type of exercise:

  • Exercise to increase flexibility
  • Exercise to strengthen muscles
  • Cardio

Some types of sports that are safe for people with lupus are:

  • Swimming or water sports
  • Tai chi
  • Yoga
  • Aerobics with low intensity

Tips for doing sports for lupus

If you want to exercise, there are several things you must do to prevent your body from getting worse, namely:

Discuss with the doctor. Each lupus patient has their level of strength, this also determines what kind of exercise can be done and how often the activity can be applied. So, ask your doctor what activities can be done.

Start slowly. No need to rush to do it. Start with easy exercise or physical activity, the most important thing is to keep doing it routine and consistent.

Listen to your body. if indeed you feel unwell, then there is no need to be forced to do sports with high intensity. You just have to stay active, for example doing a leisurely walk or gardening, and other things that make your body move.

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