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Your autoimmunity is personal. Your symptom management solution should be too.
Mymee health coaches create tailored plans to identify your unique triggers and help you start living life symptom-free.

What’s included?

1 One-on-one virtual support from your health coach

Each session with your certified health coach provides empathetic support and additional insight into your autoimmune disease triggers.

1-1 Mymee Care Team expertise

The Mymee Care Team includes certified health coaches and licensed, board-certified doctors specialized in internal medicine, rheumatology, naturopathy, epidemiology, and nutrition.

3 Easy-to-use app to track autoimmune symptoms, diet, and more

Our mobile app requires only minutes per day to log what you eat, how you’re feeling, and other environmental factors.

Frame-5 Development of a personalized plan

Your Health Coach works with you over time to create and implement a tailor-made plan to identify and remove your autoimmunity symptom triggers.

Frame-3 Unlimited in-app messaging with your health coach

Have a quick question or need a little extra encouragement on a tough day? Your health coach is accessible through the Mymee mobile app.

4 Supplement and testing recommendations

Your health coach may recommend testing or supplements as part of your unique plan to understand and help manage your autoimmune disease symptoms.

calendar-navy Ability to move forward at your own pace

Sessions can be scheduled within a timeframe that works best for you. Importantly, your health coach will partner with you to make changes as you’re ready.

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What happens after I book a session?
  • 1. You’ll be paired with a health coach and prompted to book your first session.
  • 2. You’ll download the Mymee app and start tracking factors from your day-to-day life, like symptoms, diet, and sleep.
  • 3. You’ll have your first session via phone or video chat with your health coach, fill them in on your symptoms and medical history, and set goals.
  • 4. Your health coach will work with you over time to home in on the triggers causing your autoimmune disease symptoms.



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Success Stories from Mymee Clients

Meet Candace, Living with Fibromyalgia

I had body pain and numbness at the same time. I saw a neurologist and a rheumatologist after our trip, but they were unable to put a finger on what was happening to me. I wanted to figure out how to feel better, not just treat my symptoms.
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Meet Chris, Living with Myasthenia Gravis

It’s really cool to have someone totally vested, and in your corner, to help you achieve better health. I had never experienced anything like that before. Anyone with an autoimmune disease should not stop looking for ways to improve their health. With Mymee, the chance to feel better exists!
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Meet Julia, Living with COVID Long Haul

My energy is night and day from where I was. I’m able to walk with my son, play ball, and climb around the playground, without feeling like I need to go to bed afterwards. And my kids have noticed the difference too. After playing soccer with my older son, he said “we haven’t been able to do this for so long!”
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List of Autoimmune Diseases Naturally Treated by Mymee

Mymee has shown to be successful for more than 60 autoimmune diseases, autoimmune related diseases and COVID long haul. Together we devise a personalized plan specific to your autoimmunity symptoms so you can start feeling like yourself again.

Autoimmune Diseases

Ankylosing spondylitis
An inflammatory disease primarily impacting the spine, gradually reducing flexibility and making movement painful.
Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome
A rare autoimmune disorder in which normal blood proteins are attacked, commonly resulting in blood clots.
Behçet's disease
A rare inflammatory disorder of the blood vessels and tissues throughout the body.
Celiac disease
After gluten is digested, the immune system attacks the small intestine resulting in digestive and nondigestive related symptoms.
Crohn's disease
A type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes inflammation in different parts of the digestive tract.
Delayed pressure urticaria (dermatographia)
A skin condition presenting symptoms on the skin when triggered by a scratch.
Diabetes Type 1
Insulin-dependent diabetes, occurs when the pancreas produces insufficient or no insulin leading to a range of complications.
Erosive arthritis
An inflammatory form of arthritis that results in bone and cartilage damage, primarily in the finger joints.
Erythema nodosum
An inflammatory skin disease presenting itself as bumps under the skin
A chronic disease in which skin cells build-up, resulting in itchy, dry skin and rashes.
Grave's disease
A thyroid disorder that results in the overproduction of hormones due to the hyperactivity in the gland.
Guillain-Barré syndrome
A rare disease in which the body attacks its own tissues, typically occurring after an infection.
Hashimoto's disease
A thyroid disease that stops the proper production and coordination of hormones.
Hidradenitis suppurativa (HAS)
A chronic disease impacting the skin, causing small and painful lumps underneath the skin
Inflammatory arthritis
A condition resulting from an overactive immune system, causing inflammation and pain in the joints.
Lichen sclerosus
A condition presented as white, thin patches of the skin.
A disease in which the immune system attacks healthy tissues, causing pain and inflammation.
Mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD)
A systematic inflammatory disease in which healthy cells are mistakenly, often presenting symptoms of, and overlapping with, other autoimmune disorders.
Multiple sclerosis
A disease impacting the central nervous system due to damage to the nerves caused by inflammation.
Myasthenia gravis
A condition impacting the muscles due to antibodies breaking down regular communication between the nerves and muscles.
An infection-based condition affecting children through neuropsychiatric symptoms.
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS)
A disorder of blood circulation in which the symptoms are onset by standing up.
Psoriatic arthritis
A form of inflammatory arthritis linked to psoriasis that primarily affects the skin.
Relapsing polychondritis
A degenerative inflammatory disease impacting cartilaginous structures throughout the body.
Rheumatoid arthritis
A form of arthritis that causes chronic inflammation to the lining of joints.
A multiorgan disease causing the growth of inflammatory cells, most commonly in the lymph nodes, lungs, heart, eyes, and skin.
Scleroderma/systemic sclerosis
A chronic condition affecting the skin, joints, and organs through hardening and tightening of tissues.
Sjögren's syndrome
A systematic disease that attacks healthy mucous membranes and moisture-secreting glands, causing dry eyes and mouth.
Small airway disease
A group of airway conditions characterized by mucus obstruction, and disappearance of the terminal and transitional bronchioles, most commonly due to exposure to cigarette smoke.
Susac's syndrome
A rare disorder impacting the brain, retina, and inner ear by mistaken attacks on the inside lining of blood vessels.
Takayasu's arteritis
An inflammatory blood vessel condition resulting in artery damage.
Thyroid eye disease
A rare inflammatory eye condition causing progressive inflammation and damage to the tissues resulting in discomfort, redness, and swelling.
Ulcerative colitis
A type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in which the innermost lining of the large intestine is impacted by ulcers and inflammation.
A group of diseases that cause inflammation of the blood vessels, resulting in changes in the arteries and walls.
Undifferentiated connective tissue disorder
A systematic disorder in which healthy tissues are mistakenly attacked, manifesting symptoms similar to other autoimmune conditions.

List of Autoimmune-Related Diseases Naturally Treated by Mymee

Mymee has helped address diseases that are not considered autoimmune conditions but can occur with autoimmunity or have similar symptoms. Health coaches work to identify unique dietary, environmental, and lifestyle triggers behind these symptoms.

Autoimmune-Related Diseases

A condition linked to autoimmunity in which the airways narrow and swell, causing difficulties breathing.
Bipolar disorder
A disorder that causes extreme mood swings and changes in energy levels.
Chronic fatigue syndrome/Myalgic encephalomyelitis (CSF/ME)
A severe and long-term condition characterized by extreme fatigue and other symptoms that worsen with exertion.
COVID long haul
Also referred to as Post Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC), it is an immune system disorder in which a range of coronavirus symptoms remain present weeks after testing negative.
A commonly occurring mood disorder of persistent low moods.
A group of diseases characted by the dysfunction of the nerves in the autonomic nervous system that regulate non-voluntary body functions.
An inflammatory skin disease resulting in itchy, dry, or red skin and rashes.
A gynecological condition in which tissues grow abnormally outside the uterus.
A chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, fatigue, and other symptoms.
Generalized anxiety disorder
A disorder characterized by uncontrollable and constant worrying about everyday life.
GERD (Gastro-esophageal reflux disease, heartburn)
A chronic disease of the digestive tract that occurs when stomach acid or bile flows into the esophagus and irritates the lining.
A condition in which the thyroid does not create or release enough hormones into the bloodstream.
A chronic inflammatory intestinal disorder causing symptoms such as cramping, pain, and gas.
A reproductive system condition in which an individual can not get pregnant after having regular, unprotected sex.
Interstitial cystitis
A chronic bladder disorder causing reoccurring pain and pressure.
Lyme disease
A tick-borne bacterial infection commonly distinguished by a bulls-eye rash and flu-like symptoms but can worsen without proper treatment.
Mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS)
A multiorgan disease causing mast cells to produce an abundance of chemicals, resulting in allergy symptoms and inflammation.
A chronic neurological disorder causing excessive daytime sleepiness and impacting one's ability to remain awake.
Panic disorder
An anxiety disorder causing frequent, unexpected panic attacks.
A hormonal condition in which there is an imbalance of reproductive hormones.
A heart condition characterized by inflammation of the pericardium, a thin saclike membrane.
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)
A severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in which emotional and physical symptoms interfere with daily activities.
Raynaud's phenomenon
A condition of the blood vessels, resulting in cold and numb sensations typically in the fingers and toes.
A skin condition characterized by redness and small bumps, primarily impacting the face.
A sinus condition characterized by the inflammation of cavities around the nasal passages, often due to allergies or infections.