Financially coping with Crohn’s
21. Living with Crohn’s may have an impact on your finances. You may be unable to work, or unable to work as much, and find yourself having to pay for things like beds, bedding and clothes on a more regular basis. Do check out whether you are entitled to any benefits to help you support yourself.
Emotionally coping with Crohn’s
22. Knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can about Crohn’s and the medications you are taking.
23. Low mood? Long-term conditions like Crohn’s disease can lead todepression. Reach out and get help if you need it.
24. Attend a support group. You’re not alone with Crohn’s disease. Talking with others who share your condition can help. Also, tell your family so they can understand what you’re going through.