Adopting an Exercise Routine
Exercise is an important element for those who suffer from lupus for various reasons. First and foremost, exercise prompts the body to produce dopamine, which creates sensations of pleasure in a healthy way, as opposed to say, deriving feelings of satisfaction from overeating or other unhealthy practices. Moving on, a daily exercise routine can also help tremendously to lower stress, and create enough fatigue which could improve the person’s sleep quality, while keeping vital organs such as the heart and lungs strong and active. Exercise, while indirectly improving lupus symptoms, is great for reducing the probability of complications which stem from excessive inactivity. While sedentary habits are usually unhealthy even for those who don’t suffer from lupus, their consequences are magnified on those who do.