Exercise is essential for the healthiest body possible with EDS, but not all exercise is right for the condition. Find out what exercise works and how to do them safely in this post.
I thought it would do me and my readers some good to concentrate on something that has gone right in my health; the improvement of my gastrointestinal symptoms from delayed gastric emptying, aka gastroparesis, and irritable bowel syndrome.
In order to help you identify the type of head pain you're experiencing, here's a few tips for identifying and treating them based on my own experiences. Remember, every patient can be different and ultimately the treatments you choose should be made in consultation with the doctors on your care team.
The study revealed that both saline and ORS are effective in the short term treatment of OI. However, the ORS, with it's combination of sugars, potassium and sodium, was proven to be even more effective than the saline. While simple sodium can help raise blood volume, ORS still seems to be the better option, according to this study. Better yet, ORS is readily available, as well as affordable and it doesn't require a visit to an infusion center or the use of ports and is obviously much less invasive, providing fewer risks than any venipuncture.
I’ve suffered from chronic pain and illness for most of my life, but never to this extent. As I have gotten older, particularly over the last five years, fatigue, pain, and feeling lightheaded almost to the point of blacking out have made for the most oppressive of companions. Now, all of that may finally becoming to a head. Currently I’m on medical leave of absence from my job.