By: Dr Alexa James Living with Fibromyalgia is challenging. We really need researchers to get on with this weak condition, which appears to be advancing on the basis of several factors, attention and time, and to fully find out how Fibro works and the best way to treat symptoms. Doctors have just treated the symptoms… Continue reading Daily routine development for the relief of fibromyalgia
By: Dr Alexa James Fibromyalgia cannot, of course, text the people who live with it, but it could look like that if it did. It was thus a hypothetical question that we asked to share what a text conversation with fibromyalgia might look like in our Facebook community. Many people talk and we have compiled… Continue reading It may look like this if your fibromyalgia can text you.
By: Dr Alexa James We experience hundreds, thousands and hundreds of tiny movements every day in our everyday lives. We probably don’t even think about most of that. We have natural instincts and reflexes. We have tasks and tasks every day. We’re working, we’re playing, we’re training. We are breathing in, we are exhaling. Even… Continue reading Big battles because of chronic pain when little things happen
By: Dr Alexa James The main cause, which often circles misunderstanding and myth around the chronic condition causing pain and exhaustion, is experienced by everyone with fibromyalgia syndrome. Education is a key to managing symptoms effectively. Fibromyalgia is a chronic, untreatable condition that can affect between three and six percent of the world’s population, characterized… Continue reading “Fibromyalgia is NOT …” What I Mean!
By: Dr Alexa James Very often, people do not understand what Fibromyalgia is like, and other chronic, invisible diseases that cause chronic pain. In their lives they have experienced constant pain, so many have somehow, but they have never had to deal with long-term pain. I tried to search for the “official” pain labels for… Continue reading So much more than just pain is Chronic Pain
By: Dr Alexa James Fibromyalgia has changed me in many different ways, most often, I don’t feel like my own age and some people think that I either don’t look like my own age, but what a fakes smile or some make-up can do surprises me, that can make you seem like a ordinary, happy… Continue reading 12 ‘ Harmless ‘ comments that people with fibromyalgia actually hurt
By: Dr Alexa James It is expected that 9 out of 10 adults were somewhere in their lives infected with the Epstein-Barr virus. The virus causes no severe symptoms for most people. It is good that you actually didn’t know at the time, if you were infected with it at some point. However, some people… Continue reading EBV The potential cause of Fibromyalgia, research says
By: Dr Alexa James A Life Not Fully Lived A lonely journey can be fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Although it is a lonely journey even if you are surrounded by many people. It’s warm and inviting when you’re “your people.” But yet, you try your best not to give your discomfort and pain away. You… Continue reading To live on a solitary journey with fibromyalgia
By: Dr Alexa James The last thing you might want to do is put on a bra when dealing with your skin’s sensitivities and extensive fibromyalgia pain. You can feel totally comfortable when at home, in several layers or with a small chest, and skip a bra entirely! But there are times when a bra… Continue reading Recommendation 22 Lingerie Brands Women with Fibromyalgia
By: Dr Alexa James I just feel you. I feel you. I look okay, I’m okay. I live an active life, which is relatively normal. I’m walking, I’m driving, I’m climbing stairs. Visibly, I’m not disabled. I have no limp, no cane or wheelchair or walkers. I have no limp. I’m working a job of… Continue reading To the person who does not believe in my illness