Healthy Living

Black Panther Star Micheal B. Jordan Lives with Parents to Support His Mother with Lupus

As a family member, support the patient whenever you can

Patients can do a few things to help rid themselves of the frustration. They can do their own research, schedule appointments with experts, connect with lupus communities, and seek for anything else that can help. However, even the strongest patient can be drained and become anxious about their condition. This is where a family member can truly extend help. Try to understand what they’re going through and lend them every bit of support. Most importantly, be prepared for anything at any time.