Tag: pain

Are You Living with Painsomnia? Pain driven sleeplessness and you.

You toss and turn, desperate for a comfortable position and much needed rest.  The clock seems to taunt you as minutes turn to hours and still, sleep does not come.  Not for lack of exhaustion, mind you, you are certain you could sleep for… Continue Reading “Are You Living with Painsomnia? Pain driven sleeplessness and you.”

Keep Warm and Carry On- Surviving Winter with Arthritis

There is no doubt about it, winter with arthritis can be rough. The following tips can make it more bearable.

10 Tried and True Natural Pain Remedies

Let’s face it, life is full of pain! Headaches, back aches, cranky joints, injuries old and new, no matter the source of the pain, nature has given us some powerful remedies for that pain. Here are the 10 Natural remedies I find most effective… Continue Reading “10 Tried and True Natural Pain Remedies”

Learning to Listen (so your body doesn’t have to scream)

Just because you CAN live with symptoms, doesn’t mean you SHOULD.
Knowing what to ignore and what to treat comes from being in tune with your body.

Learning to be Honest

“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.” -Thomas Jefferson   Honesty is the best policy so the saying goes. And yet, is it? Well, not always, right? I mean we all have a whole laundry list of social customs in which… Continue Reading “Learning to be Honest”

The Double Edged Sword Of Knowledge: The benefits and drawbacks of being “in the know”

“Unless we learn to know ourselves, we run the danger of destroying ourselves.” ― Ja A. Jahannes, WordSong Poets   As a lover of learning and a science nut, I have always sought and craved Information. As a chronic degenerative disease sufferer I have come to… Continue Reading “The Double Edged Sword Of Knowledge: The benefits and drawbacks of being “in the know””

Rainy Day Remedies

“Be still, sad heart! and cease repining; Behind the clouds is the sun still shining; Thy fate is the common fate of all, Into each life some rain must fall, Some days must be dark and dreary.” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow-The Rainy Day   It’s a rainy, drippy morning here in Maine. After the sweltering hot humid days we’ve suffered through the last few weeks, I welcome the cooler air. At the same time, my body is… Continue Reading “Rainy Day Remedies”

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