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Marie 7h
If anyone's looking for something new to try, I have had luck with Magnesium Malate powder before bed. Seems to help my muscles relax.
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Marie Dec 8
sucks. . My husband (twitter guru) says I should also mention that I am hoping to find like souls who are dealing with
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π”π”žπ”«π”¦π”’ π”Šπ”¬π”¬π”‘π”’π”©π”©-𝔄𝔲𝔱π”₯𝔬𝔯 2h
This is NOT ok. often co-exists with . It's INCREDIBLY painful and very real :( For those of us living with the chronic pain doctors are now afraid to treat, life is miserable. I wake up at a 5 everyday. I often go to bed at an 8. Don't dismiss that.
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Kirstie 2h
Wtf is going on through the roof I've been awake since 2 the 2 tear old keeps randomly crying just as I'm about to drop off, completely understood why sleep deprivation is used as a torture method
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Stefanie Grant Dec 10
Would like to thank for sharing her story with me and looking forward to posting this soon. Living with chronic illness changes lives. So thankful to people like Susan for inspiring and supporting us through her work.
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Ros Dec 10
Replying to @Hawkins65S
Thanks Sonia has got me with a vengence today. Definitely something to do with the weather I'm sure πŸ‘Ž Hope you're doing OK 😘
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ME/CFSCoach 23h
ME CFS Is your fear of relapsing making you worse?
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jeff 9h
Page from my visual digital-journal – It’s taken a bit, but I’m finally getting a nice routine established with my tea maker. It’s auto-timer has come in handy quite a bit too.
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Fibro Bloggers 3h
Don't Judge Yourself for Resting, Looking ahead at the end of the year, Hair Drying and Styling for 6 Way to Cope with Stress with a Chronic Illness and more at the link up this week
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ME/CFSCoach Dec 9
ME CFS 5 Steps For Doing More Safely Step 5: View Setbacks As Temporary
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Amelia 14h
How do you cope with fibro and the flu any suggestions as I'm struggling
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Emily C 8h
ARgh. I think I did something to my neck. Can’t turn my neck to the left, can’t raise my arms above my shoulders. Very painful ☹️😣 At least Shawn is super amazing and didn’t mind helping me by brushing my hair for me.
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daniela 19h
What I hate the most about is the mental fog. You may have a pain free day but still be unable to complete your tasks because, hey, your brain is on freakin' strike! I wouldn't wish the frustration that comes with it to my worst enemy.
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Jayne De Vaux Duggan 22h
Of course ...
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Jacqueline #SupportFeminism Landry 9h
This is the face of chronic pain. Thanks fibromyalgia and chronic spine diseases. 9/10 level pain today.
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Fibro Bloggers 11h
Cynthia talks about stress and adrenal fatigue and her 6 ways to cope. She has a great site you should check out if you have
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alexandra corinth Dec 6
Added to my list of flare triggers: walking down five flights of stairs for a fire drill. πŸ€•πŸ’€
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Ros Dec 6
Replying to @jbloomquist76
Im sure there are people like to take calls Jen but I just prefer a txt πŸ˜‚ I blame the as I never used to be like that ? πŸ’œ
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Sue Ingebretson Dec 7
And I’d add, peeps. 😍
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ME/CFSCoach 6h
Having these conditions is like having constant flu, a hangover & weights tied to your arms & legs.
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