In this two part series you'll find out how I've achieved much better emotional stability in just a few months using a natural and holistic approach to my mental health. Inside you'll find CBT techniques, workbook recommendations, tips for deep breathing exercises and learn how exercise can help you manage these conditions.
Written by Capricious Lestrange for The Unchargeables October 2, 2018 and reprinted with permission. The original can be found here: Dysautonomia and Achieving a Better Quality of Life Through Exercise - The Unchargeables Did you know that regular exercise can actually improve the symptoms and quality of life for POTS patients more effectively than a … Continue reading Dysautonomia and Achieving a Better Quality of Life Through Exercise – The Unchargeables
This is one of those posts where I try to reconcile what happened at my last doctor’s appointment, which means it is stream of consciousness and I am pretty angry. It was my appointment with an allergist and mast cell/eosinophilic specialist here in Cincinnati. It was my initial consultation with this doctor and while I … Continue reading MCAS & Doctors Disbelieving Patients
Confession Time: Since all the changes in my health this spring, I feel so much better most of the time that I sometimes fear losing touch with my base. I also fear a lot more often that someone, not just ignorant healthy people, but another spoonie, is going to accuse me of faking. I’ve lived … Continue reading Confessions of an Anxious Spoonie
Attending a concert is no small feat for any spoonie, but when MCAS causes you to react to almost everything in the environment, what can you do to protect yourself? Find out in this post on attending large events and concerts with a mast cell disorder.