Why are women more susceptible to autoimmune diseases?
New research about the influence of stress on RA disease activity
Nature and the arts for your health’s sake
Elsa—Behind the Scenes, Part 4
One should eat—but what?
“I’m a classic case of all-or-nothing”
Elsa—Behind the Scenes, Part 3
Summer tip part 8: “Stand floating” on the water?
Summer tip part 7: What would you like to share from your week?
Setting Your Exercise Goals
Summer tip part 6: Meet Tzatzikis good good friend – Skordalia
Life Hacks for More Everyday Movement
Summer tip part 5: Bright and early – gives a bonus for the whole day
"There is a difference between being healthy and feeling good"
Summer tip part 4: Level up your breakfast!
Elsa—Behind the Scenes, Part 2
Summer tip part 3: The summer under your feet and as a pillow
Exercise this Summer—From Zumba to Biking
Summer tip part 2: Icing and cooling for hot days!
What Does Your Activity Balance Look Like?
Summer tip part 1: Nab some “me time”!
Nearest and Dearest—and Reasonably High Expectations
“A dialogue with the patient can shorten the path to the right medication”
Elsa—Behind the Scenes, part 1
Keeping the Possibilities in Sight
What Do You Mean, ‘Self-Care’?
The Psychology Behind Elsa
Keeping Tabs on Flare-ups!
Physical work makes Sara feel good
Covid vaccination and rheumatic disease—four things to consider
It all changed when Göran started listening inwards
Recovery—a key to balance
“Don’t let the diagnosis stop you if you want to get pregnant”
Tips from Elsa—workout at home
"I might not be able to do everything that I want, but almost"
Clever tricks to start exercising - and continuing with it
“My diagnosis became my new strength”
Study links RA to increased risk of diabetes
EULAR: Early and intensive treatment of rheumatoid arthritis reduces fatigue
“I focus on things I can do something about.”
Raised body temperature in the feet of people with rheumatoid arthritis
Five keys for increasing your strength
“The most important goal for me has been to maintain my quality of life”
“It is vital we do more research on pregnancy with rheumatic diseases”
Elsa tips! The Swedish Rheumatism Association's research report 2020
“Here you can talk to someone who isn’t too busy to listen”
"The important thing is to create positive emotions"
“The world turned upside down”
Yoga and rheumatism
Low COVID-19 risk for people with rheumatic diseases
"You can live a normal life"
“I feel I have found a balance”
"Dietary habits should last a lifetime"
"Together we are stronger"
Keeping the person in focus - instead of the disease
"I have health, it just happens that I have a chronic disease"
Reducing “brain fog” for people with RA
"Life's too short to feel bad if you can feel good"
Study will increase knowledge about living habits with RA
"Other things have to work out, I need to prioritize myself now"
Sibling study provides clues to the link between cardiovascular disease and RA
"It's just as well that we get to know each other and find a good way to work together."
A new study on relatives and people with RA: "The best we have is each other"
“Right now it’s about finding out what works”
Emotions and pain affect each other
"My RA will go alongside me, but on my terms"
Find your own strategies!
"Make yourself stronger and get to know your body"
Train your brain to see the good things in life
Adapt your life and cheat evolution
”I want to be able to do what I want”
"Prioritize your inner health and dare to talk about it"
Health data - owning your own reality
"I want to get a sense of control"
“I see my body in a whole new way”
Research about exercise for the over 65s
Get started with meditation and mindfulness
“The insights helped me create a healthier life”
“It’s important to see children’s illness”
Data collection should provide knowledge about covid 19 and rheumatic disease
Handle stress and feel better
Treatment reduces cancer risk in rheumatism
Yoga as a treatment for long-term pain
Is there a link between RA and thyroid disease?
"Be nice to yourself and take the time to get used to your new life"
"Chronic pain needs to be thought of as a disease in itself"
Information regarding the new coronavirus and covid-19
Young Rheumatists lets the patient be heard!
"We help each other and get stronger together"
Every activity counts!
"No questions are silly questions in doctor visits"
Health care should focus on health, not just illness
Prescriptions for physical activity!
"Activity and Recovery are key"
Create habits with inner motivation
"Do something fun, even if you're in pain"
Support for your self-care
Good sleep can help people with RA
Take a culture pill - feel better!
Healthcare has a lot to learn from people with long-term pain
“Luckily I was born stubborn”
Digital test for joint pain
Will RA be curable in the future?
New diet study for children with rheumatism
Dust from some jobs can increase the risk of RA
Stopping smoking cuts the risk of RA
Science and balance in life to deal with RA
Food from the sea can make people with rheumatic conditions feel better
New research says nature is key to good health
“Only now do I realize how sick I was”
Yoga yourself better!
“Now I know RA is manageable”
Lars Klareskog: "We want to prevent RA from breaking out"
What should people with RA eat?
"My loved ones have given me the power not to be so affected by the disease"
Podd-tips! Reumapodden om RA
Brain strong - Book tips from Elsa!
Find your own strategies for feeling good!
How should it feel when I exercise?
"What, you're not sick, are you?"
Living with fatigue
What is an autoimmune disease?
RA and physical activity
Exercise just as important for people with RA - at least!
How the immune system and inflammation work
This is rheumatoid arthritis
"People who use Elsa should feel that they are contributing to research"
More research for people with RA!