RA Stress and Working Directory
Rheumatoid arthritis stress and working is challenging. However, the condition doesn't have to stop your career. Begin with adapting your office. Set up your office and chair to reduce joint stress. Use devices and ergonomic tools to make tasks easier. Working out a plan with your manager for a successful job experience. Other options for stress and symptom relief include support groups, relaxation methods and exercise. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about RA Stress and Working, how to manage it and much more.
9 Ways to Make Your Workday Easier With RA
Ergonomically arranging your workspace to accommodate your rheumatoid arthritis can relieve pain and fatigue. Here's how.
8 RA Stress Busters You Can Do at Your Desk
Easing your stress can help your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms. WebMD tells you how to do simple exercises at your desk to leave you feeling calmer.
Stress and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Stress and rheumatoid arthritis are linked in a vicious cycle: RA causes stress, and stress can worsen RA symptoms. WebMD gives you four tips for keeping your stress in check.
How to Handle Rheumatoid Arthritis at Work
RA doesn't need to keep you from your job. Some new techniques, support from your manager, and a little flexibility go a long way.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), Work, and Disability
WebMD provides answers to your questions about the potential impact of RA on your career. Find out what accommodations you may need and what to do if you can't work.
Ways to Reduce Stress and Fight RA Flares
Learn how to reduce stress to battle RA pain, fatigue, and flares.