My favorite method of visualization is using my imagination. Many times I use the same image but sometimes I will change it up a little. I would like to take you on my secret journey…..
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Eye Opening Visualization
A valuable tool I use to reduce my fibromyalgia pain is visualization. Visualization works to expand your ability to rest, relax and lessen pain…
Small Steps To Move More
Moving our bodies is so important for those of us who have fibromyalgia and chronic pain. If we stay in one place too long our bodies can develop even more pain. In the past, my pain was so excruciating …
Do you know who you are, when you eat? Sounds like a silly question, I know.
However, it can be beneficial to understand why it’s important to know the answer to this question in living with fibromyalgia and chronic pain….
What Fills You Up With Love?
A sweet reminder that love plays a healthy role in our lives.
Living with fibromyalgia is challenging enough, especially searching for answers in the medical world.
It’s just okay to pause from it all and reset…..
A New Year for New Changes
It’s the smallest of changes that can make a world of difference. I’m one of those people who really like making a “To Do” list. I feel so accomplished when I check off each box. You too? If not give it another try. With fibromyalgia and chronic pain even the smallest of accomplishments can create a “feel good”…
The holiday season is different for each person living with fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Fun events can be difficult on the body but is so good for the soul. It’s what each person decides what is worth it the effort to keep a wellness balance. May you all have a...
Set up a reasonable and nightly bedtime. Do your best sticking to it. Eight hours is ideal. Stay away from stimulants such as caffeinated drinks, sugars and alcohol before bedtime. Unwind from the day one hour prior to bed by turning off all electronics. A nightly...
How is your body feeling? If you’re tired, rest. If you’re going too fast, slow down. Keep physical activity in short durations. Pushing yourself can bring on fatigue. When you’re at an all day gathering take rests if needed. Know your limits and honor them....
We’ve all heard that “Laughter is the best medicine” – well it is true! Laughing is especially important for those living with fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Here are a few reasons it’s good to laugh…