One of the most common questions I get from people after telling them my diagnoses is “What in the world is eosinophilic esophagitis?!” Here’s my answer and experience with the condition!
Overexertion is unpleasant for anyone, but a whole different monster for people with any chronic conditions/illnesses. Here’s an awareness post about overexertion in chronic illness (and the reason why I disappeared for the last half of October).
A lot happened during Dysautonomia Awareness Month 2017! If you fell behind (I can’t blame you, there was a LOT), here’s the easiest way to catch up on all my posts for the month!
There are a lot of misconceptions about dysautonomia out there. Here, we address the ten most common misconceptions. Please read and share this post to help make the world more dysautonomia friendly!
Temperature dysregulation is a relatively common problem in dysautonomia… But what is it?
Learn more about it here, and #MakeNoiseForTurquoise!
My symptoms started in October 2015. While I got a diagnosis earlier than most (it takes an average of six years), it’s still an ongoing journey to live my life. Read part two of my journey and help me #MakeNoiseForTurquoise
I first got sick around October 2014. Since then, I’ve tried tons of medications, experimented with lifestyle changes, and had my diagnosis changed. Learn more about my journey with dysautonomia and #MakeNoiseForTurquoise!
What is dysautonomia? What is POTS? Learn more about dysautonomia and some different types. #MakeNoiseForTurquoise
October is Dysautonomia Awareness Month! Help me #MakeNoiseForTurquoise and raise awareness for dysautonomia! Here’s the official FLSS kickoff to DAM 2017.
Even though my body has been cooperating recently, and I’ve been able to do a lot more, I haven’t been “healthy.” I’m still experiencing pain, taking a slightly slower period of time to recover than an “average” person, and having to deal with some other aspects of my chronic illnesses. Even though I was able…… Continue reading Computers and Migraines