These simple resistance exercises can be done anywhere using practically any small, lightweight object and will help you take the first steps to restoring muscle-tone after long term illness or inactivity.
Meet October's Hero: Michaela Oteri, aka Ogrefairy, who portrays people with disabilities with honesty and raw beauty in her digital Cripple Punk portraits. Learn about her life and work as a graphic artist with EDS and ME/CFS & how you can get your own amazing portrait.
Like most disorders and syndromes that fall into the spoonie category, mast cell activation disorders (MCAD) are incurable. MCADs are often caused by genetic mutations, whether they’re primary like systemic mastocytosis, or secondary (comorbid), which is often the case in mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). In my last article, Are Most Spoonies Suffering from MCAD, … Continue reading MCAD: Prevention & Avoiding Triggers
Toot Your Horn Tuesday is a place where any blogger who either has a disability or writes on topics of health and wellness for people with chronic conditions can come and share their best article each month with the Zebra Pit Community. Ideally it would be something that might interest and enrich our readers; Have … Continue reading Toot Your Horn Tuesday Blog Share
One of the things I like to do when I'm lying about licking my wounds is to immerse myself in some good fiction to try to dull the pain and discomfort of my symptoms. If the brain fog's not so bad, I'll go for a book in favor of TV or movies. I am, after … Continue reading Easy Book Clip Spares Hand Pain