Forty fibromyalgia flare fighting products for reducing pain, providing comfort, and helping you get back to having fun!
For twelve years I followed my doctors pain management plan only to end up in a wheelchair and in horrific pain. Fed up, I created my own pain management plan and have been improving ever since.
I regret my hysterectomy, but not for the reasons one would assume….. I was done having kids and I didn’t care about being thrown into early menopause.
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!
Throughout Chronic Pain Awareness month, I will be sharing different ways to reduce your chronic pain. In this article I share how you can reduce your pain while helping others with fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
If you suffer from migraines you have most likely treated them with a prescription or over the counter medication. That is how I used to treat my migraines, that is until I was introduced to […]
PEMF therapy hasn’t cured me of my seasonal allergies. Instead, it has reduced the amount of inflammation that I experience.
Having a chronic illness changes everything, including how we vacation. Find out how my vacation experiences have changed throughout my chronic life and get tips on improving yours!
PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse is freaking fantastic and a few other “F” words too. Find out what they are and what they mean to me.
Are you compromising your immune system while attempting to reduce inflammation?
The two leaders in Disneyland apps are Mousewait, and the official Disneyland app. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, but which is best? On our last trip to Disneyland and DCA, I put the two apps to the test head to head. Here are the results of the Test
With doctors being pressured more now than ever to either not prescribe or greatly reduce how much they prescribe opioids for pain relief, chronic pain patients are finding it harder to get the pain relief they desperately need.