Tag Archives: fatigue

Kinesiology

Yesterday I had a kinesiology session for the first time. I tried it, in part because I was offered a free session from someone in training and in part because I’m keen to try anything that might help my myalgic … Continue reading

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Body scrub and detox wrap

Firstly, I’m doing well at the moment so I really enjoyed this treatment. ¬†Early on in my illness, I had a hydrotherapy spa, exfoliation and mud wrap which left me feeling really sick for days, so be careful the first … Continue reading

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Dry body brushing

One good method of detoxing is dry body brushing. Take a natural, firm-bristled brush and brush your skin upwards or inwards in the direction of your heart, gently and in circular motions. Stay away from gentle skin on the decolletage … Continue reading

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Work and how to decide when enough is enough

Employment and chronic fatigue syndrome aren’t two easy friends. They don’t like each other. The pain and fog make work hard to do, the fatigue makes it hard to be there. Friday night is here, the end of the week … Continue reading

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Bedbound. What would you invent?

Ok, this post is a little frivolous but we could all use a little frivolity now and then! I found this great picture of a model demonstrating reading glasses that you can wear lying down – they must have mirrors … Continue reading

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