Spring means storms and nice weather and storms and then nice and then storms. Barometric pressure changes all over the damn place which means it is indeed Migraine Season It is driving me up the wall that I am getting migraines: Full-blown middle of the night waking me upFull-blown in the morningEvery day high pain … Continue reading The weather migraine
I am an exceptionally modest person. And I could never figure out where that Came from. I wasn't really that much when I was younger to the point I became. There are the usual woman's body image issues but mine have generally been rather healthy no matter my weight really. But I won't wear shorts. … Continue reading Self-Image: Me vs. my Body
I thought I would write a post about dealing with a vestibular disorder day to day to give you a peek into my life lately. Mind you, I also have chronic pain so that does complicate this tale of woe a lot. Nevertheless, I will focus on the actual vestibular symptoms. It is migraine awareness … Continue reading Vestibular disorder: The dizzy life
I used to wake up with full blown migraine attacks all the time. Sometimes wake up in the middle of the night with full blown attacks. I will tell you why it happened with me: I was working full-time. I have full blown chronic insomnia and worked a morning job like most people. So I … Continue reading Do you have a migraine on waking in the morning?
“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 opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. ” Wavelife is a wee device to help with pain relief that rather intrigued me. First … Continue reading Review: Wavelife
I was thinking about some things lately and it inspired some chronic pain and migraine art. Very abstract art for these ones. Very specific. They have a lot of meaning to me for such simple little sketches and I doubt someone else would see that meaning. One of my first drawings since I picked up … Continue reading Artwork, chronic pain, and society