Transforming fatigue services for people with inflammatory arthritis

Brynmor
Brynmor Member Posts: 1,755

Researchers have found that physical activity and talking therapies can improve fatigue in people with inflammatory arthritis and related conditions.

Despite its impact, fatigue is difficult to treat in people with IRDs because it doesn’t respond to medicines and can often go unrecognised by clinicians.

Our LIFT study has found for the first time that non-drug treatments such as physical activity and talking therapies delivered by non-specialists can significantly improve fatigue across this entire group of inflammatory conditions.

Read more about the outcomes of this research:


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  • Cupoftea99
    Cupoftea99 Member Posts: 2

    Really helpful. Thanks

  • noddingtonpete
    noddingtonpete Moderator Posts: 987

    hello @Cupoftea99 and welcome to the Community. We are a friendly and supportive group and I hope that will be your experience as well.

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  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 29,389

    It's good to read this again glad it's 'come to the top again'

    Hi there @Cupoftea99

    Toni x