Fibromyalgia fatigue versus pain. Both fibro symptoms are debilitating, but is one really worse than the other? The Disabled Diva shares her thoughts!
Funny memes that perfectly describe what it is like to have a chronic illness during the holidays.
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.
This week’s blog recap includes skin cancer prevention tips, how to have a great vacation despite your chronic illness, and more!
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.
Brainless Blogger, Nikki shares her fibromyalgia treatment journey. What worked and what failed to relieve her pain.
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 in no matter how hard I “will” my body to move, it won’t, it’s paralyzing. Then there is the feelingContinue reading “The Pain Coma”