If you are silent about your pain, they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it- Zora Neale Hurston This quote has stuck with me a
I’m always fighting this struggle between my limitations and my desires. Because my desires and goals do not align with my limitations. When I try
With a chronic illness having some alone time is fine. To recharge. Have a nap. For some much-needed self-care time. To engage in a
Migraines at work are not easy to manage. With my daily intractable ones, I couldn’t manage them at work. My productivity was low. My absences
I am serious with that picture… a moment of pain is infinite sometimes. Take exercise for example. I am achieving my exercise goal. Exercise for
I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all
Here are some benefits to exercise: Exercise is not evil. There is said it. Stress benefits, mood benefits and helps with insomnia. Mostly though it
I have been cultivating different ways to manage the pain during the day. Being intractable means I have to go full throttle on other methods.
The nausea. 73% experience nausea 29% experience vomiting What do we do about nausea? You have to have your game plan. Your plan of attack.
I just had an interview and I forget to mention the one thing with fibromyalgia we all do even when we know we should be
Benifits to music It is well known that music not only may improve quality of life (QoL) but also have different effects on heart rate
Ginger has long, long been used for nausea, upset stomach, and diarrhea. We often use it for migraine nausea but now I am thinking maybe
I am reviewing some samples I got from CBD Clinic. I received no money to do this review and the samples I received had no
Migraines are not in and of themselves awesome to experience. They are a neurological condition and pain can be invited to that party, but not necessarily. It