Often when your child is experiencing a migraine headache you may not recognize it as such. This is partly because they might not be able to communicate their symptoms very well and partly because not all migraines present the same way. Would you know how to recognize your child’s migraines?
Physical exercise is important to everyone but it is vitally important to those who have Lyme disease. You might know this intellectually but quite honestly you’re probably so miserable with your Lyme symptoms that exercising is the last thing on your mind. Maybe you want to get started but you have no idea how or what to do. Maybe you hated exercising before Lyme and you have no desire to start now.
When you are diagnosed with late-stage (chronic) Lyme disease there are many things you might be temped to do but there are at least 5 things you ABSOLUTELY MUST NOT do.
I clearly remember the day I was diagnosed with Lyme disease. It was in 2009 after a two-year-long journey of visiting doctor after doctor and suffering from very scary and very disabling symptoms. I remember the deep emotions that swept over me because of finally being validated and [Read more…]
Disclaimer: I did not get paid for this review, I did, however, receive a copy of this book free of charge for my review. The following post reflects my personal opinion.
It’s been quite awhile now since I received a copy of Dr. William Rawls book, Unlocking Lyme.
Dr. Rawls is a board-certified OB/GYN from the coast of NC. He writes extensively on Lyme disease and fibromyalgia and uses his expertise to help those with chronic illness. He shares the knowledge he gained through his own illness with chronic Lyme and co-infections.
If you’re Type A like me you might wonder what you can do to prevent stress and the negative consequences which contribute to disease and illness.
In my previous post, Why Your Type A Personality Puts You At Risk for Illness, I shared what a Type A personality is and how it can contribute to chronic illness and disease. [Read more…]
Disclaimer: This post is not meant to diagnose or treat any illness and is strictly for informational purposes only.
If you’re a Type A personality you are at greater risk for chronic illness, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Type A personalities are those who are driven, competitive, outgoing, impatient, critical, and aggressive. They have a difficult time finding joy in what