Forty fibromyalgia flare fighting products for reducing pain, providing comfort, and helping you get back to having fun!
The Disabled Diva shares what her worst fibromyalgia flare symptoms feel like from head to toe. Plus how each flare-up varies.
Magnesium has many health benefits. But did you know that magnesium is useful for reducing chronic pain from fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia likes to set my nerves on fire! Here is how I put out my nerve pain fires before they have a chance to get on my nerves!
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”
PEMF pain relief device comparison. Pros and cons of 5 different devices for chronic muscle and joint pain and inflammation.
With PEMF therapy you can treat your chronic pain and illnesses on the go and at home. In this article I share tips to help you get the most out of your therapy!
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Last year one doctor after another told me that there was nothing they could do about my abdominal pain that is caused from adhesions due to endometriosis and surgical scarring. Out of all of my conditions this was the hardest to accept as nothing decreased my discomfort.
I am always excited to hear about ways to reduce chronic pain that doesn’t involve prescription medication. Living with multiple chronic conditions equates to experiencing some sort of physical pain every day of my life. So when something comes my way that offers to reduce my physical pain or make my life easier, I amContinue reading “Quell”