Carrie Johnson's

’s biggest Olympic hurdle Crohn’s disease

The most challenging part for Carrie Johnson is just not knowing when her next Crohn’s disease flare up will be.

The 28-year-old is in fantastic physical shape for all the of exercising on the water. She will continues to be relaxed in a very competition or race that will require two minutes of mind blowing strength and steely nerves.

However as Carrie Johnson preps on her 3rd sequential Olympic Games this summertime, something else entirely could quash her medal dreams just before she so much as gets to the starting line.

“It’s aggravating,” she said. “And I don’t have any control over it.”

Crohn’s disease is undoubtedly an that affects the tract. The signs and symptoms normally include pain, low energy, , and in addition they can appear without notice.

Without any known cure, Crohn’s disease has pressured Carrie Johnson to miss out on some of her tournaments and neglected practicing for extended periods of time. Since the approach, she will have to ensure that it stays away for the next three months.

About Robert Hill

I founded IDEAS Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society, from my home base in Vancouver, British Columbia. Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society IDEAS is established to raise public awareness of intestinal diseases in order to help remove the stigmas associated with these illnesses. The programs of IDEAS help children, youth and young adults learn to live full lives, find acceptance and gain confidence.

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