Tips for Dealing With Crohn's Difficult Moments
If you have Crohn's disease, you know that Crohn's symptoms can be both uncomfortable for you and misunderstood by others. What's more, Crohn's symptoms like frequent bowel movements, abdominal cramps, and gas can lead to the fear of being in public places. In fact, just talking about Crohn's can create a feeling of discomfort for some people.
Having a chronic and unpredictable disease is not easy, but managing Crohn's is possible, and treatment for Crohn's can put the disease into remission. Here are reasons to feel better about your condition and yourself.
Many people with Crohn's lead full and productive lives.Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States, was diagnosed with Crohn's disease just before beginning his second term in office — and he successfully completed it. Other famous people managing Crohn's include actress Shannon Doherty and NFL quarterback David Garrard. Whenever Crohn's has you feeling down, think of the example set by these people from very different walks of life.