8 years before I had a bilateral pontine ischemic stroke I had migraines for 8 years. Repeat – eight! As you can imagine, I had bouts of insomnia and nights where sleep became very hard to come by. Here’s a list of 5 natural ways to get to sleep – and stay asleep! The Calm
Author’s Note: This is the third story written from a series of short stories called “Outside”. Which you can read more here. This story is fictional but I can relate to my character when some in their 70s try to compare the experience with mine, it’s not the same. Staying up to watch the sunrise “When
Author’s Note: This is the second story written from a series of short stories called “Outside”.
“Winter is coming!” if you’re a GoT fan, this may mean a little more to you, but even if you’re not, I’m quite serious – winter is coming and if you’re like me, your joints are already letting you know it’s starting to get colder. Having an autoimmune disease winter is usually an interesting time,
Preface Short stories are made to make you think. There might be no resolution, an ambiguous ending. But isn’t life like that? Try as we may, we try our best to give ourselves our own resolutions in life. But maybe by looking back on those details we see the answers to our questions, we create
*Eeeks* I think I have the death grip on my husband’s hands. “Don’t look,” he says. I may have brown skin, but if you were to see me I’m sure I’d look deathly pale. “You’ve got tiny veins,” says the lady. She swaps to the other arm. There are 3 tiny holes now on my
I’ve been in and out of the hospital more times than I can count on both hands. With each experience, I’ve gained so much knowledge not only about my autoimmune condition but also about myself. In this post, read on for some tips about how to make you next in-patient hospital experience more comfy.
I am a true believer in that having a positive attitude changes the whole course of having an autoimmune condition. It makes sense, if you’re eating crap, thinking crap and doing crap then odds are you will end up feeling crap – and who needs that when they’ve got an autoimmune condition? I believe you can choose how you deal with life. Things will
Here’s my hospital bag checklist that I use to make sure I don’t forget anything when I’m packing ahead of time:
I wanted to share with everyone today my new fav health product called “Metamucil”. In case you’re wondering, I make no money from telling you how awesome it is, I just love to share this product because it has helped me so much. I’m not sure if it’s available in your country wherever you may