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How Long Can You Live with Lupus

2019-01-12 14:44

How Long Can You Live with LupusLupus is a chronic autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks healthy cells, tissues and organs. How does Lupus affect general life expectancy?

The impact of lupus depends on the severity of the disease. Some people with severe seizures may be more susceptible to life-threatening lupus. About 90 percent of lupus patients are women.

This article focuses on whether Lupus causes death, how it affects different parts of the body, and what steps individuals can take to control it and ensure a universal lifespan. Lupus organization estimates that 80 to 90 percent of lupus patients have a generally normal life expectancy.

How long can Lupus patients live?

The general lifespan of lupus patients is difficult to calculate, because people experience different symptoms, effects and complications.

The availability of early diagnosis and more effective treatment means that clinicians no longer believe that lupus is fatal for all.

People who experience extreme seizures are more likely to have other life-threatening difficulties, such as damage to internal organs and tissues. How long lupus patients generally live depends on the severity of the disease, the immune response to treatment, and other factors.

For patients with lupus, some treatments may increase the risk of a potentially fatal infection. However, most people with lupus can generally expect a normal or near-normal life span.

Studies have shown that many people diagnosed with lupus already have the disease and live for up to 40 years.

As research progresses, scientists hope to use genetic research to identify people at risk for lupus. This will enable doctors to start preventing known complications earlier and further improve the general life span of patients.

The researchers also hope to find the molecular pathways that lead to lupus so they can target new treatments.

While many people with lupus now generally live normal lives, it is also important to ensure that they maintain the quality of life to the fullest.

Living with lupus can be challenging. Some drugs for the disease may cause other problems. In order for lupus to enjoy a high quality of life, it is important to work with your doctor to ensure the right balance of medications.

Although drugs are an important part of managing lupus, people with lupus can take other steps to manage symptoms and improve their quality of life and general longevity.

These include:

-Exercise regularly: reduce muscle stiffness, prevent osteoporosis, relieve stress, and protect the heart.

-Quit smoking: this helps prevent infections and heart attacks, and reduces the risk of pneumonia, bronchitis, and coronary artery disease.

-Rest: this relieves fatigue, reduces the risk of seizures, and reduces sensitivity to pain.

-Avoid direct sunlight and fluorescent light: this helps prevent ultraviolet ray sensitivity.

-Vitamin D: this prevents osteoporosis and reduces sun exposure.

-Wash your hands regularly: this helps prevent infection in particularly vulnerable people.

-Manage pain: hot showers, baths and other stress-relieving treatments, including acupuncture, tai chi, yoga and chiropractic, can naturally support any prescription painkiller.

-Manage mental health: seeking advice from a mental health professional can help with symptoms of depression.

Finally, Lupus is not an easy disease to live with, but people can manage it successfully. Most people with lupus generally can expect a long and full life.

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