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

Chronic pain: My broken pain alarm system

Those of us with chronic pain are very much aware that chronic pain is a broken pain signal that can't be turned off and we have absolutely no control over the volume either. So it is blaring its pain signal all the damn time, whether we are active, or not. Yes, we have to stay … Continue reading Chronic pain: My broken pain alarm system

My experience with fibromyalgia and mild/moderate exercise

The one thing consistently recommended for fibromyalgia is exercise. The one thing we would rather not do is exercise because of the pain and fatigue it causes and the post-exercise malaise as well. And yet, for me, it is a necessary evil regardless of how difficult it is. But it is quite difficult. It is … Continue reading My experience with fibromyalgia and mild/moderate exercise

For migraine disease does exercise help or hinder?

Migraine disease and exercise is a tricky topic. Research suggests exercise helps but exercise can also be a major migraine trigger. I have been attempting to exercise because I need to lose weight to help with my mild sleep apnea. Problem is, I gained weight due to inactivity from my vertigo problems. Doing anything at … Continue reading For migraine disease does exercise help or hinder?