Controlling Your Lupus Symptoms At Home

Lupus Treatment
Lupus Treatment
Lupus Treatment
Lupus Treatment

Characterized by persistent inflammations in the lungs, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart, and skin; lupus is a disease that is autoimmune in nature. The extent of the symptoms depends on person to person, with some of the lupus patients going forward with healthy lives, while others not making it.

The medical fraternity has still not been able to find a cure for it, but have figured out that a combination of genetic and environmental factors can cause infection to stir up and spread. As of today, there is only medication to control the symptoms and give the patients relief.

These lupus flare-ups can surface whenever, and one of the healthiest ways in which you can reduce the intensity and frequency is to try out some of the homemade lupus treatment. Take a look…

Holy Basil Or Tulsi

When you are unduly stressed and anxious, then lupus flare-ups may be at the corner. You can reduce and calm down your stress naturally, by using holy basil. It is a rich source of antioxidants, thereby reducing potential inflammation. It helps to relieve fatigue, thereby creating a sense of well-being and improving the function of organs.

All you need to do is to chew a couple of basil leaves in the morning, or you can make an herbal tea with Holy basil, with it seeped in for 5-15 mins in boiling water, strain the contents and add honey. You can consume this herbal tea up to 3 times a day; anything more would be overkill.

Flaxseed

Being a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseeds are a great help with controlling and reducing inflammation. Add in the flax seeds in your oatmeal or grind them as a powder and add a scoop in hot water. It helps to improve kidney function as renal failure is often a complication for those with lupus.

Green Tea 

Green tea is rich in antioxidants and is one of the healthiest beverages that you can start off the morning with. There is a study that has found out that patients given green tea for 12 weeks experienced a fall in the number of flare-ups.

Stay Away From Dairy

Animal dairy products are known to create inflammation in the body, due to the presence of fats. This is also the reason why those with arthritis and osteoporosis, are advised to stay away from animal dairy. Instead, you can substitute with plant-based dairies. There is no shortage of plant-based choices. You will notice a marked improvement if you cut out the dairy!