5 Tips for Lupus Caregivers

lupus caregivers

Caring for children and teens


Learning what may trigger lupus flares in children is key, and ensuring your child has a healthy diet, exercise, and enough sleep is paramount. You will need to look out for any outward changes that may occur over time, and ensure your child regularly explains any symptoms they may be experiencing to you.

Explain to teachers (and other adults who may be responsible for your child) about lupus, the particular symptoms your child has, and how the disease may affect schooling.

Discover nine symptoms of lupus in children here.

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