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Tiff G Jul 14
The last few days have really done me in. I really need to wash my hair, but can't seem to find the energy and my level today is off the charts. Simple tasks that many take for granted aren't easy when you're living with .
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Jo Jul 10
Awake since 4.30am with mind whirring about so many things 😞 Lack of quality sleep is really not helping and definitely contributing to , lack of energy and low mood. Feel like the diagnosis and treatment has just taken so much away from me 😫
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RunWithMS 10h
It was stupidly hot but thankfully a lot of shade My time was 1 hour 18 mins 4 seconds my best time this year Worn out this afternoon so had a nap, feel like i could sleep a week
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Jo Jul 9
Another 💩 day on this recovery journey. , lack of energy and aching joints is starting to p*** me off! Desperate need of a break away from it all - home and work 😦 People around me who havent experienced diagnosis and treatment just dont get it 🤔
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Ireland, MS & Me 9h
That's all I've been doing, and still look and feel as excited as a wet kitchen towel
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Princess, The Tower 18h
”I can't count the number of times my limbs won't do what my brain tells them to.” In Their Own Words: Chronic Syndrome & Patients Describe Their Symptoms
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Jo Jul 14
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Hannah Lee Jul 13
Any friends out there with Cerebral Palsy I need help with fatigue management tips. I’m tired 24/7 and I have too much to do!
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TheDysautonomiaProj Jul 14
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Hannah Ensor 18h
I love how this card helps turn those "what I am doing? What was I saying? Brain turned to mush" moments into casually accepted quirks instead of causes of friction and frustration. Card from:
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strokebrainPRC Jul 11
Excited for presentation from (thread)
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Dana-Farber Jul 13
Some cancer survivors report that they still feel tired or worn out after treatment is over. In fact, is one of the most common complaints during the first year after treatment. Learn more:
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KENYA Relay For Life Jul 10
Getting off the couch is harder than it sounds when you are a patient. 😣 In fact, is arguably the most common side effect of cancer treatments. Join us in supporting those with cancer-related fatigue at on 29th September 2018, KICC, Nairobi.
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strokebrainPRC Jul 11
Replying to @StrokeBrainPRC
Pathophysiology CNS - disruption of CNS signalling- sumac output from motor cortex
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queef latifa Jul 14
People with chronic fatigue: how do you gain rest and stay your healthiest?
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Dr. Jay Wrigley 8h
Chronic fatigue can make it so much more difficult to lose weight because all the bodies energy pathways have been disrupted. In this case Keto is not the first step.First you must repair the weakened glands & pathways & then move towards Keto lchf
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Invisiblenotbroken Jul 13
If you have ever needed a nap after a shower you might just be a .
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Thyroid Specialist Jul 11
A common cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is Hypothyroidism! With hypothyroidism (a sluggish Thyroid), your metabolism slows down and you don’t have the energy you need to function well, and the resulting fatigue is a very common symptom.
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SYABIF Jul 10
Our next week will cover prominent issues for including and There is still time to sign up by contacting us at SYABIF@irwinmitchell.com
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Life Extension Jul 9
- Omega-3 Linked to Lower Mortality Risk - Half of Cancer Deaths Caused by Lifestyle - Astaxanthin Helps Relieve
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