Explaining what it is like to live with a chronic illness is no easy task! It becomes even more challenging when our attempts to keep up with holiday traditions are thwarted by a flare. Below […]
As we near the end of 2019, I want to share how I am coping with the final weeks and days and what it means for next year.
Life with one or more chronic illnesses is tough. Yet each year we expect our pain riddled bodies to keep up with the ghosts of Christmas or holiday past. Here are a few suggestions to help you survive the holidays!
No need to leave home! Shop these Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from home. Everything from pain relief to products that will make life more comfortable and easier!
You may have noticed in the past few weeks that I haven’t been as active on social media as I am normally. The reason for this is…..
No need to wait until Black Friday! Start saving today!
Massage chairs are a fantastic option for at home pain relief. One of these are sure to fit your needs and home!
There is nothing normal about living with multiple chronic illnesses. So why do we expect ourselves to adhere to a holiday schedule that many healthy people struggle to keep up with? Today I am sharing why holiday timelines don’t work with chronic illness/pain.
Hand tremors or lack of strength from multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia, or other illness may find themselves losing their independence. Today I am sharing eleven products that may help them maintain their independence
You’ll be both comfortable and the hit of your Thanksgiving celebration in these fun tees!
Instead of waiting until 2020 to set and reach health goals, I am doing it now with the help of a Pack Health coach!
How many times have had an appointment with a new doctor only to have them ignore, dismiss, or laugh at your symptoms and concerns? What if you could interview doctors before scheduling an appointment?
My favorite site for natural remedies has just released some amazing new products and a discount code to save big!
Tips for dealing with brain fog caused by fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses.
Wearable pain relief devices to keep your chronic pain on the down low and you on the go!
The pain scales used in hospitals and doctor’s offices may be a useful tool for people of average health, but they are utterly useless when it comes to conveying the pain experienced by those of us with fibromyalgia.
The day I received my diagnosis of fibromyalgia is also the day I formed a love/hate relationship with it. It was a hot summer day in Arizona when I received my diagnosis. I entered my doctor’s office with hope of finding out why I felt like crap and what could be done to make me feel better. Little did I know that only one of those would come true.
Living with fibromyalgia is more than painful.
It is frustrating and often embarrassing.
This wretched chronic illness has caused embarrassing moments from the beginning.
Today I am sharing seven of my most embarrassing fibromyalgia symptoms.
This month we are scaring up healthy habits! No tricks just a bag full of treats for your body and mind.
There may not be a cure for my chronic illnesses, but one thing there is no shortage is terrible advice! People who have never heard of fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis suddenly become experts on how to “heal” my body. The most commonly shared advice is also the most dangerous. Today I am sharing three of the worst and how/why you should avoid them.