People with rheumatoid arthritis
Real life stories from people with rheumatoid arthritis
Arthritis is a debilitating yet mainly invisible disease that robs you of so much in life. It is so hard to explain to people that you feel like sh*t yet look normal.
This is what arthritis looks like. Mum of a toddler keeps active to stay healthy and mobile.
Briar Edmonds has turned to the popular social media platform Instagram to help her come to terms with a life-changing diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), at only 35.
Robyn Young, age 60, was diagnosed with aggressive rheumatoid arthritis, first noticed April 2018, diagnosed in May 2018. Robyn enjoys walking and biking.
Low self-esteem, depression and anxiety are the mental health problems that many people living with pain, fatigue and stiffness caused by rheumatoid arthritis experience. Pain is a significant barrier to people living full and active lives. Pain affects every aspect...