1 / 11 Smart Steps to Prevent Lupus Flares
Healthy lifestyle choices are an important part of living with lupus. “This autoimmune disease can cause a lot of inflammation, most commonly in your skin and joints. But lupus can also affect other parts of the body,” says Olivia Ghaw, MD, assistant professor of rheumatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Learning how to manage the daily challenges of a disease that’s both chronic and unpredictable is key to living well with lupus.