6 Types Of Cooling Products To Help You Stay Cool In The Heat This Summer

Press play to listen to 6 Cooling Products To Stay Cool In The Heat This Summer or scroll to continue reading. Like it or not, sweltering temperatures are on their way! Living with chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia and autoimmune arthritis is not easy. There are so many things that can trigger our symptoms. Temperature isContinue reading “6 Types Of Cooling Products To Help You Stay Cool In The Heat This Summer”

Summer Sleep Tips

Extreme temperatures and heatwaves are just two reasons that those of us with chronic illnesses struggle to sleep during the summer months. Summer storms, extra activities, stress, and anxiety also play a role. Today I am going to share some tips to help you sleep this summer! *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning thatContinue reading “Summer Sleep Tips”

Bed Rest Just Got Better

If I have learned anything in my 20 years of living with multiple chronic illnesses such as psoriatic disease, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, and degenerative disc disease to name a few it is that comfort is a necessity when riding out a flare. Not just flares, but also when prescribed bed rest after an injury or surgery.Continue reading “Bed Rest Just Got Better”

The Disabled Diva’s Review of Earthley Good Night Lotion

If you suffer from leg cramps or restless leg syndrome you need to read my review of Good Night Lotion. Are you ready for a good night’s sleep?

Natural and Alternative Sleep Tips

Natural and alternative sleep tips to help you fall asleep faster and sleep through the night. These six suggestions have taken me from sleeping less than 4 hours a night to a full 7-10 hours every night!

Addressing my symptoms one at a time

To begin winning my battle with chronic pain I had to start with one symptom at a time and problem at a time. It didn’t occur overnight, but with patience and perseverance, I am closer to where I was before becoming chronically ill.

How My Chronic Illness Turned Me into a Vampire

I used to think that I suffered from insomnia. However, insomnia or painsomnia, as many of us who suffer from chronic pain like to refer to it wasn’t to blame. Insomnia is not being able to sleep. Painsomnia is when pain prevents someone from sleeping. After an experiment, I discovered that neither was really myContinue reading “How My Chronic Illness Turned Me into a Vampire”

Kim From Grace Is Sufficient Recognizes Her Fibromyalgia Triggers

Today Kimberly J. Penix shares how she treats Fibromyalgia. Find out what has and hasn’t helped to relieve her pain.

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”

My Oska Pulse Journey Week Three: More than a pain relief device

Find out how the Oska Pulse is more than a pain relief device and how it is actually preventing pain in my latest update.  In addition, I share other conditions and illnesses that this type of therapy has shown been proven to help with. Still not convinced? See the research for yourself. List of allContinue reading “My Oska Pulse Journey Week Three: More than a pain relief device”

The Pain Coma

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”

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In My Dreams

I have a question for my chronically ill and disabled friends.  Are you ill or disabled in your dreams?   I have been living in pain and with limitations for over a decade.  During this time my illnesses and limitations have never entered my dreams.  That is until this week.  For the first time everContinue reading “In My Dreams”

Foggy Days

The oh  NOT so lovely brain fog has come for an extended visit.  Fatigue along with nerve and/or muscle pain that is stems from my spine and neck will cause my head to feel like it is filling with sand, feeling heavy, and makes concentrating on anything almost impossible.  Imagine walking through a foggy forest,Continue reading “Foggy Days”

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