Tips for dealing with brain fog caused by fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses.
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.
To this day I struggle with the notion that I need to be awake and working during a particular set of hours. But I am getting better at not allowing this way of thinking to prolong my flares. Because that is exactly what happens when I do fight.
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Does the thought of taking your child trick or treating send chills down your spine? Fear not! Keep your Halloween from becoming chronically crappy with these five tips!
A chronic illness doesn’t have to be the end of the life you love. It is possible to live a full and pleasurable life with less pain. My chronic illnesses felt like a death sentence, until I turned the tables. I began winning my battle with chronic pain six years ago and continue to make progress. Find out how!
Too tired to slave over a stove, yet want and need to feed your family? This week Donna shares how utilizing her crockpot saves her energy while filling her family’s bellies! Plus she has included a tasty recipe!!
Elysha shares her frustrations of living with chronic pain for over 3 years. She is clinging to her faith while she waits for a diagnosis…
My mommy has several chronic illnesses. A few of them are psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, fibromyalgia, and abdominal adhesions. However it doesn’t matter if a chronically ill person has one or more incurable illnesses, what they can expect to do on a daily basis is always changing.
Nikki from Brainless Blogger’s Formula for Fighting Fibromyalgia Today Nikki from Brainless Blogger shares how she treats Fibromyalgia. Please remember that Nikki and I are not medical professionals and cannot give medical advice. We are just sharing our experiences and opinions. […]
For most, Mondays are the most dreaded day of the week. It marks the beginning of a hectic schedule. While my friends and family are complaining that the weekend is over, I find myself rejoicing […]
Painsomnia has an evil sibling, the Pain Coma. Unlike a real coma, I am not completely comatose, but my physical and cognitive abilities are drastically reduced. In some ways it resembles a real coma as […]
What the heck is a healing day? I refer to the days when my body has had enough and forces me to rest. Sometimes these days follow a day or period of time spent pushing […]
Living with chronic pain is exhausting. Although I have conquered my night time sleeping battle, I still battle daytime fatigue, just not as often as I used to. Pain related fatigue comes in many forms. […]