Using pillows in a way that supports our bodies, can have a huge impact on our comfort levels.
If you’re struggling to manage chronic pain, I would definitely recommend taking this chronic pain course.
Taking care of ourselves everyday, can lead to fewer flare-ups of symptoms.
This book discusses how pain moves in and appears to take over, and the meditative exercises that can bring relief.
My experiences using the Oska Pain Device for neck. shoulder, and knee pain. It even works on bruises/wounds.
Tammy’s goals for this book are: to “provide you, as a fibromyalgia patient, a way to evaluate your needs so that you can find the best job for you.”
Treatments for IBS: probiotics, avoiding food triggers, digestive enzymes, and L-glutamine. My experience with them.
As government tries to address the opiod crisis, chronic pain patients are being hurt in the process. Navigating these changes will take all our self-advocacy skills.
Chronic pain is a complex condition. Here are some resources to help you find relief from your pain so you can live your life more fully.
My experience with an elimination diet, plus a discussion of Solving the IBS Puzzle, by Sylvie McCracken.