Thanks to Afternoon Tea4Two | Barmac5 for nominating me for the Liebster award!
I am really tickled, thankyou for nominating FibroFlutters for this award, I shall embed the badge on a widget.
The award is supposed to be for those with under 200 followers, so I have mainly nominated bloggers who have a wordpress following of around 200 or less like me.
All nominees are from my wordpress reader list.… Read More Nomination > LIEBSTER AWARD 2018
Hydrotherapy – heaven or hell? is a discussion that I have often read in other blogger’s pages, online support groups and also physically discussed with other people just like me who live life with chronic pain, hypermobility and chronic illness, within my own support group FibroFlutters. For me it is something that I am still… Read More Hydrotherapy – heaven or hell? Part one
I have read this blogpost as a fellow spoonie and think it may hold useful tips for everyone with fibromyalgia so I am pressing / sharing these tips with you. BACK PAIN BLOG UK | MY TOP 20+ TIPS ON HOW TO MANAGE YOUR FIBROMYALGIA… 1. Rest, rest and more rest, every little helps to… Read More Blogger Tips by BACK PAIN BLOG UK | MY TOP 20+ TIPS ON HOW TO MANAGE YOUR FIBROMYALGIA…
Hi everyone I hope you are all as well as you can be as we move into hibernation and the darker months of Autumn and Winter. Details for next meeting for FibroFlutters A chance to get together and share our worries, woes as well as all things positive. Last ‘scheduled’ meeting until February as… Read More Fibro Flutters October Meet up
This post brings to your attention the Fibromyalgia Summit beginning on May 12th 2016, and is courtesy of Julie Ryan host of Counting My Spoons who is one of the Speakers amongst many other high profiled names from within the vast World of Fibromyalgia, such as: Toni Bernhard Sue Ingbretson Adrienne Dellwo Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum… Read More MAY 12th | Don’t Miss the Fibromyalgia Summit! | Julie Ryan – Counting MySpoons
This is a brilliant read and well worth it, even though it is a long one, and, may take a while to get through for some 🙂 It offers hope for many people with chronic kidney disease who are waiting for a transplant, and, also makes you think about what else could be possible if… Read More Science & Research Article: New Procedure Allows Kidney Transplants From Any Donor | The New York Times
A real life read that you may find common ground with regarding living life with #ChronicIllness and the little things that come along, which make you think! Talking about how our disabilities affect us can help us to understand our chronic illnesses and also to come to terms with them. Link to post: Every solution… Read More Two Rooms Plus Utilities – Every solution breeds a problem
Hibernation Self Help Guide: …. for people living with #Fibromyalgia #Me/CFS #MentalHealth #Chronic Pain #EDS/Hypermobility #InvisibleIllness It’s November & Time for Hibernation – How can you make your ‘Hibernation-Time’ a little easier than usual? by C.S.Scrafton (fibrofly73) Nov 5th 2015 It is that time of year where I burrow deeply into the depths of my… Read More Home news: Hibernation Self Help Guide / How can you make your ‘Hibernation-Time’ a little easier than usual? by C.S.Scrafton
The following link will take you to the GovUK website and an information leaflet about keeping warm and keeping well. Title: Keep Warm Keep Well: Information for over 60s, low-income families and people living with a disability Ref: PHE publications gateway number: 2015372 PDF, 329KB, 28 pages Link via: ‘Keep Warm Keep Well’ leaflet… Read More Health, Welfare & Social Care advice / information UK: ‘Keep Warm Keep Well’ leaflet – Publications – GOV.UK
The following link takes you to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and a medical research paper into pain and it goes into intricate detail about what pain is. … Read More Pain: Hope Through Research: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)