What You Need To Know About Fibromyalgia Leg Muscle Weakness

Fibromyalgia leg muscle weakness flares differ between patients. Everything from pain level, degree of weakness, and duration of the flare vary. Learn how to cope and thrive with this often debilitating fibromyalgia symptom.

Five Types of Wearable Pain Relief Devices for Muscle and Joint Pain From Fibromyalgia and Arthritis

Don’t wait until you get home to relieve muscle & joint pain from fibromyalgia & arthritis! Relieve pain anywhere with these wearable pain relief devices.

40 Fibromyalgia Flare Fighting Products

Forty fibromyalgia flare fighting products for reducing pain, providing comfort, and helping you get back to having fun!

Pre-Black Friday Sale on My Favorite Wellness Products

No need to wait until Black Friday! Start saving today!

Five Massage Chairs For at Home Pain Relief

Massage chairs are a fantastic option for at home pain relief. One of these are sure to fit your needs and home!

The Disabled Diva’s Deals and Product Picks! August 5-9, 2019

This week’s product picks were chosen to help you get around with less pain!

The Disabled Diva’s Deals and Product Picks! July 22-26, 2019

This week’s product picks were chosen to help you have a good night’s sleep and wake with less pain!

Weekend Recap: June 17-21, 2019

Topics covered this week: Why pain didn’t stop me from having fun, heat and sleep, plus a review of a product that makes making ice easier for those with fibromyalgia and arthritis

Weekend Recap: June 10-14, 2019

The Disabled Diva Blog Weekend Recap: June 10-14, 2019 This week…….. We discussed heatwave and extreme temperature flares!! Click here to find out how my body reacts to the heat, what I do to combat it, and how what I do may help you! I also put together a collection of hats to help youContinue reading “Weekend Recap: June 10-14, 2019”

Heatwave Hell

Heatwave Hell How well does your body tolerate heat? Do extreme temperatures leave you begging for mercy? You’d think that living in Arizona for a large portion of my life would have made me heat resilient. And it was true for a good chunk of my time there, that is until fibromyalgia, psoriasis, and psoriaticContinue reading “Heatwave Hell”

The Disabled Diva’s Blog Weekend Recap Feb 18-22, 2019

The Disabled Diva Blog Feb 18, 2019 Recap. Cinematic Calisthenics. leg cramps from fibromyalgia, and two product reviews!

Three ways I relieve chronic pain at Disneyland

Three ways I relieve chronic pain from fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis while I am visiting Disneyland.

Finding the PEMF device that fits your needs

Choosing a PEMF pain relief device is not an easy decision. There are many things to consider when comparing PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic fields) devices. How much will it cost? Does it address your needs? Will it fit your lifestyle?
Throughout the past two years I have shared how PEMF therapy has improved my life. Today I am going to help you find the device that fits your needs!

Mystery Pain Clues

If there is one thing the chronically ill CAN expect from their unpredictable diseases is that a new pain or symptom is always waiting around the corner.  Some are caused by the medications we take, others appear as our conditions progress, and then there is the fallout from the damage our illnesses have inflicted on our bodies.  The latter is what I am dealing with in regards to abdominal adhesions from endometriosis and internal scarring.

The Disabled Diva’s Oska Pulse Journey Week 4

How using this device is like watching paint dry and an update on my improvement. *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make a purchase through my links. The code for $55 off one device has changed since this post was published.Continue reading “The Disabled Diva’s Oska Pulse Journey Week 4”

What they don’t see

After almost two weeks of suffering from my muscles attacking my spine and neck, last night I felt like I was finally on the upswing.  I could feel my muscles relaxing and my joints popped whenever I moved my body.  I sounded like a bowl of rice krispies.  With less pressure on my neck, my brainContinue reading “What they don’t see”

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