Really took last week and a bit of this week to come to terms with my IIH. After my spinal tap fiasco, I felt in weird spot with my IIH. Is a constant headache my new normal? Will I be able to work normally? Will I be able to travel without getting exhausted and sick? How will my professional and personal relationships be impacted? My biggest challenge is the uncertainty and the unknown. This feeling will probably remain for awhile (and I’ll probably post about it for a bit), so I’m fortunate to have such supportive coworkers, family, and friends. I started an intense regimen of diamox with a slow increase each day. The side effects have been tough, but not unbearable compared to the spinal tap leak. If anyone has any tips on dealing with the fatigue and constant tiredness, I’m all ears.
Thank you for sharing partner 😊 The brother on the right has been getting treatment dialysis for 8 years. It caused him insomnia and feeling lethargic. After wearing the magic Aulora Pants,he's able to sleep till morning. It also gave him good physical strength. He praised that it was not tight, comfortable enough to wear for 24 hours. I am happy that I am able to improve the quality of life that he needs and deserves.
É interessante como parecemos ratos de laboratório testando medicações para obtenção da cura. E nesse processo, muitas vezes, o dano é maior que o alívio. Quando comecei o tratamento preventivo descobri que os remédios não era especificamente para enxaqueca, mas para eplepsia, depressão, pressão alta. É tão assustador que minha mãe começa a rezar todas as vezes que tomo os comprimidos. Ignoro as reações adversas e levo o tratamento a sério, sou alérgica a anti-inflamatório, nas crises fica mais difícil controlar a dor. Preciso tentar tudo, né? Essa semana procurei uma homeopata, esforço para diminuir as medicações, agora utilizo drogas para pressão alta, antidepressivos, anticonvulsivos, analgésicos e vou começar a acupuntura. Uma hora algum faz efeito! A felicidade é química? Ilustração: @aaronjandette #enxaqueca#enxaquecacrônica#igers#saúde#medicações#enxaquequices#xôenxaqueca#alimentação#neuro#depressão#dor#migraine
“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes it’s the quiet voice at the end of the day whispering, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’” – Mary Anne Radmacher —————————————————————————— My dearest @heiditindvik is strong, never complains, and can always bring on a smile. She is also an expert in hiding when she struggles. For several years she’s struggled with chronic migraine, and the last months also symptoms of heavy allergy/asthma. Hopefully we’ll soon get some more answers, so she can get proper treatment. It’s painful to see the person you love the most suffer. You are the bravest girl I know, my love!❤️
Wist je dat botox in het gebied van de frons rimpel niet alleen esthetisch maar ook medisch geïndiceerd kan worden? Het helpt namelijk ook enorm goed tegen migraine/chronische hoofdpijn klachten. Dit is wetenschappelijk bewezen! #frownlines#frown#botox#migraine#azzalure#amsterdam
🔥💍Click the link in my bio to read the full blog post ... “Well, a famous doctor said something that has stirred up our community -and rightfully so! Dr. Phil said, "100 out of 100 relationships that involve caregiving fail." Seriously, this man must not spend a lot of time with a variety of couples that actually involve caregiving. Divorce (specifically) is an epidemic that does not just happen to the people he spoke about. Of course some of those relationships fail. Lots of relationships fail that have two totally healthy people. The failure does not solely depend on a "caregiver" aspect. •••••When Jeremy and I took our vows in 2011, in sickness and in health was said. We had no idea just how important those vows would be in our marriage. I had migraine, but since that day my health has declined. I was diagnosed with chronic migraine and polycystic ovarian syndrome. We have tried many different treatment options and stand together in decisions about my health. Our mountains have included life in the military and all that entails, miscarriages and learning how to heal together. Our life is filled with appointments, medications and trying to manage (especially chronic migraine) my symptoms. After telling Jeremy the 100/100 quote, he said it was so ridiculous. This incredible man never looks at me with irritation or resentment. I have never been around someone that is so good at taking care of another person, it is a gift and it changed my life. He doesn't look at our life through that depressing lens that Dr. Phil described... He said this is just our life, and I love it, I love you. That's the bottom line- we love each other and our marriage is the priority no matter what is going on.” ••••••••••••••••••••••• #100outof100#drphil#relationshipgoals#marriagegoals#ilovemyhusband#chronicmigraine#migraine#pcos#miscarriage#support#agape#caregiver#chronicillness#migraineur#influencer#blogger
الخطوة الثانية للتخلص من نوبات #الصداع_النصفي هي: 🥫🍰🍿 تخلص من جميع الأغذية المعلبة والمصنعة.. كل طعام موضوع في علبة أو كرتونة ملونة ويبقى لسنوات في أرفف المطبخ بدون أن يتعفن في الغالب ⛔ قيمته الغذائية قليلة أو منعدمة ⛔ مليء بالسكر أو الملح أو الزيت والمواد الحافظة 🥑🍄🌰 تناول الطعام في صفته الكاملة وليس المعبأة في أكياس أو علب. #migraine#migrainecure#migrainerelief#migrainessuck#migrainesupport
I believe in joy from all the little things✨ laughing with my boys hot (four sigmatic) coffee sunshine talking with my hubs connecting with others teaching about oils making amazing food running chipotle night blogging learning from my boys hearing them talk music podcasts therapy sessions smoothies goal-setting embracing the moments...
O V E R L E V I N G Hoe herken je iemand die in de ‘overlevingsmodus’ zit? Geen simpel antwoord, want iemand die in de overlevingsmodus zit is zich daar vaak niet eens (altijd) van bewust. Toch zijn er kenmerken; - ze zijn hard op zichzelf en gaan altijd door - ze leggen de lat voor zichzelf hoog - ze willen altijd in control zijn - hebben vaak chronische pijn - voelen zich vaak erg moe of uitgeblust - hebben een haat-liefde verhouding met zichzelf • Eigenlijk zonder uitzondering is de overlevingsmodus aangegaan in de vroege kindertijd. Als voorbeeld: mensen met fibromyalgie hebben vaak een onveilige kindertijd gehad en al vroeg geleerd voor zichzelf op te komen, voor zichzelf te zorgen en vooral geleerd hoe ze niet geraakt kunnen worden. Heel vaak zit hier enorm veel pijn en verdriet op. Het gevolg is dat de blauwdrukken die ze daar leren mee worden genomen naar het heden, met alle hobbels, bobbels, teleurstellingen en verdriet die daar bij horen. Maar... het verdriet en de pijn stoppen ze weg, want ‘dat levert niks op’. • Doordat deze emoties niet worden gehoord, ontstaat er een constante stress reactie in het lichaam, waardoor lichamelijke klachten ontstaan. Denk hierbij aan RSI klachten, frozen shoulder, migraine of chronische hoofdpijn, tinnitus (oorsuizen), Prikkelbare darm syndroom, hernia’s (ja echt!) of fibromyalgie. • De lichamelijke pijn is echt! Het doet pijn, het belemmert en beperkt, maar... er is echt wat aan te doen! Zelfs als je jaren ‘doktert’, tig therapieën hebt gedaan of therapeuten hebt bezocht en je alle hoop al bent verloren. • Door de unieke combinatie van het pijnloos behandelen (zonder naalden of harde massage!) van triggerpoints (die vaak een grote boosdoener in het fysieke aspect zijn) èn bewustzijncoaching maakt dat de klachten voor 80-100% afnemen en je pijnvrij blijft! Je krijgt meer energie, bent fitter, hebt geen pijn en i.p.v. overleven mag je het over het leven hebben. • Want stel jezelf eens de
Hoje é o dia da conscientização nacional da cefaleia em Salvas ou Cluster headache. . É popularmente conhecida como a dor de cabeça suicida (pela gravidade da dor). . A dor afeta apenas um lado da cabeça com predomínio no olho e atrás dele, frontal e na lateral da cabeça, extremamente forte, durando de 15 a 180 minutos, e podendo ocorrer mais de uma vez por dia, predominando a noite e na madrugada. . Junto com a dor o paciente apresenta pelo menos uma das características: . * Entupimento e/ou escorrimento nasal * Queda da pálpebra do olho * Lágrimas * Suor da face * Vermelhidão no olho * Náusea e mal estar . Há tratamento seguro e eficaz tanto para o período da dor como para previnir a ocorrência da dor. . Procure um neurologista! . Neurologista Dra Aline Turbino . ✉️ email@example.com ☎️ +55 (11) 5051-1648 / 5051-1856 📬 Av. República do Líbano 2115 www.tratandoaenxaqueca.com.br . #tratandoaenxaqueca#enxaqueca#dordecabeca#dordecabeça#dor#dorcronica#migraine#headache#neurologia#insonia#bemestar#botoxneurologico#botoxforpain @sbcefaleias @abracesbr #olhonasalvas
79. migraine. i used to get really bad migraines when i was younger, to the point that i would throw up and be out of commission for an entire day. while i dont throw up any more, i do still lose my field of vision to white spots, which is really unsettling for the half hour or so that it lasts. and then it means random hours in bed trying to sleep it off. #migraine#meh#sleep#365photochallenge#photoaday
Every morning I wake up and feel extremely blessed and have gratitude. However this morning I feel a very strong blessed feeling. I’m so grateful that I’m now able to get up every morning, make my bed, tidy up, make breakfast, go to the toilet, go for a walk, do exercise and many other things. It wasn’t always this way, years ago when I was very ill, I couldn’t get up out of my bed as I was too dizzy and anxious. I couldn’t sometimes even make it to the toilet without falling into a wall so instead I’d crawl. I couldn’t clean the house that often, I couldn’t cook much, I couldn’t go out for walks, exercise or even sometimes walk across the room without my walking stick. After years of healing myself, I’m now able to do most of those things. Ok I may not be able to do the school run, go to the cinema, theatre, go on rollercoasters and other triggering activities. BUT I can get up, brush my teeth and get on with my day and live the best life I can within my limitations. For that, I have immense gratitude. I’m now learning to enjoy life again when for years I didn’t want to even wake up in the mornings. The small things make me smile and happy. When you have chronic illness it opens your eyes, you appreciate people and things around you more. You don’t do things for money you do them cause you care and want to help others. Us chronic illness warriors have a superpower, we are so strong. People who are suffering from invisible illness right now can’t see that in them, but you are braver and stronger then you think. I’ve been working on my mindset and inner strength for the last few years. I had to dig very deep to find the strength and courage to fight on. We have to learn to trust our bodies again, have more faith in them. “All that you seek is already within you” 😘🙏
My gym is two stories high but has great options for people with disabilities. They have a variety of different workout equipment that is usually found on the second floor, on the first floor. The equipment is labeled specifically for individuals with disabilities. This makes it so easy for me to get in my miles on the bike! Otherwise, I would be unable to get my workout in since I still can’t go up any stairs. 🚴🏼♀️💜
Thank you for sharing from Karin. I get to know Aulora pant from my ex-colleague Yvonne, who posted a lot of testimony to Facebook. When I was told the price of Aulora Pant, I felt it’s very expensive, hence I considered for quite some time before buying for my mum. I hope can help her as she has health issue for many years, such as: 1. Knee pain and kneeling for prayer also pain 2. Can't stand for a long time 3. Can't walk well 4. Sometime headache 5. Heart a little pain 6. Hand numb She wore Aulora pant at night for 10 hrs plus everyday. On the first two days, she felt her left knee was hot (felt the blood circulation running ) and pain 1, 2 hrs, and right knee too, but after that no more pain. Hand no more numb. Heart and head no more pain. She will so surprised. She can sleep well, and had lost weight for 2kg. (3 weeks on jan2019） Besides that, she pass urine very frequent, to flash out the toxic the body. My mum wore Aulora pant for 1 month++ , was so happy that her both leg no more pain ,she felt the leg staight on the left side .no medication taken and was so amaze. Hope will be getting more improvement. 😁😁😁
It’s been a very mixed bag of a day today. Physically, emotionally, I’ve just been all over the map...missing my dad so so much these last several days to a week...having to work on Cheryl’s estate and filing her taxes/taxes for the estate, I keep realizing all over again that she’s gone...my poor Molly has a tiny abrasion that hasn’t been healing and it’s turned to out be because she’s got staph in it, so now she’s got antibiotics (not that she’s bothered in the slightest, lol, antibiotics just means a cheese wrapped pill to her, which she finds a lovely treat). Had a nice lunch with my niece, but worried because she didn’t eat again...Had a bittersweet visit to the local used bike shop to make a donation of some of my dad’s vast collection of parts...they set up as a shop, but also give classes in keeping up your own bicycle after you’ve bought it, and how to make adjustments and minor repairs, as needed. It’s not only a mission that my dad would have supported whole-heartedly, but if I have to give away some of his things, it’s just the right place to give them to... That’s him in the third photo, a bit before I was born, on a bicycle he built. I was able to get a new bike for my younger daughter while I was there as well—the second photo—as hers was stolen several months ago, and we’ve been needing to replace it. I near had a total meltdown midday, because everything seemed to be coming on all at once and I just couldn’t deal with all the swirling emotions and overwhelming stress of it all. I was able to talk and commiserate with a beautiful friend who went to the bike shop with me, which always helps, and she knows all about my dad and understands the emotions involved in giving away his things. Ultimately I was able to do the one thing that calms me the most nowadays, and sewed for an hour and a bit, and worked on some quilt squares for the quilt guild in New Zealand that is planning, and will be making quilts for the
Not impressed. Haven’t had one in ages but can definitely feel it all slowly building up...and I’m supposed to have a tooth out tomorrow...no way are they doing that if this headache develops into a full blown migraine! #migraine#pain#headache#goaway#noimnotfjne
😇Thanks partners for sharing🙏🙏🙏 A true sharing from Believer. We share coz we care😇 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 I saw a testimony picture the of effect aulorasocks . At first I had confidence after wear aulorapantswithkodenshi, when the aulorasocks available ,immediately buy a home. When i worn on the first day feel of warm on my feet, so comfortable, not like before will be cold. You will immediately feel the blood in the Pentium feet up and down. When you sleep it shares warm to sleep at night. Sleep through the night. When I put out kodenshi sock off, there will be some powder in the week is between my thumb in the foot did not rub any cream becomes beautiful. In addition. Wake up every day. The first step to stand up, feet will be painful, now slowly, never before so painful. 😃 Let me share more about this supersocks, and if you love someone, they might be need it. Share this out. sharingiscaring rite😉✌️
Thanks for the sharing Another new testimony! 🎉🎉🎉Aulora sock! That's right! It’s Aulora sock, you are absolutely not mistaken!!! Colleague’s mothers accidentally fell during the New Year, causing left arm paralysis, can not lift, but also worried about whether it is a stroke, under my recommendation, cut the socks and wear directly around nthe arm, just two weeks mother’s hand don’t feel numb. It is so amazing It is so effective🙌