Chronic Illness Christmas Book List

Whether for someone else you know with a chronic illness or for yourself there are some interesting books out for chronic illness perspectives. Chronic Illness Christmas Book List 1-What Doesn't Kill You: A Life with Chronic Illness - Lessons from a Body in Revolt "Should be read by anyone with a body. . . . … Continue reading Chronic Illness Christmas Book List

Time management and pacing for fibromyalgia

It was a coincidence when I decided to find a way to use a time management app to organize my day to help me pace that a blogger friend of mine wrote on a similar topic. So I will share her post for you guys to check out as well. Using time blocking techniques for … Continue reading Time management and pacing for fibromyalgia

Benefits of Bilateral Beats

Basically, bilateral beats are when you listen to beats of two slightly different frequencies at the same time- therefore, it is only actually effective if you are listening with devices like headphones and earphones. Usually combined with Isochronic tones- which is the beat that’s like a rhythmic pulse used for brain wave entrainment. The idea … Continue reading Benefits of Bilateral Beats

Weird symptoms: Abrupt arm muscular weakness

So I have been working hard on my vestibular therapy. And as a consequence, I have also needed physiotherapy because I do not have the best joint stability due to joint hypermobility syndrome. I have made great progress when it comes to my balance in the VRT (Vestibular therapy) and in motion tolerance (moving my … Continue reading Weird symptoms: Abrupt arm muscular weakness