There are many fears and anxieties with facing the Emergency Room when you have chronic illness. Find out why people with difficult to diagnose conditions often have a hard time going in, and steps you can take to overcome these fears and have a better experience dealing with ER doctors in this post from Zebra Pit contributing writer, Pamela Jessen.
"What I didn’t realize is that my life was going to take a drastic change that night. I wish I could go back and change that day but I can’t. That night I awoke with my spine and neck burning hot and they felt inflamed. I was vomiting, my whole body felt feverish and I was chilling."
Pictured above: a portion of the Mackinac Bridge taken by David Curtis from St. Ignace. We had to travel it twice. It's 5 miles long and the world's 5th longest suspension bridge. Have I mentioned I have a bridge phobia? As I write this, I’m waiting for the alarm clock beside my husband to tell … Continue reading The Vacation Aftermath
I can't exactly say that this article will guide you through the galaxy: However, I can say that keeping a fish tank is a relaxing and rewarding experience. There is nothing more calming to me than a beautifully decorated aquarium stocked with healthy, vibrant fish.
A brief video presentation explains the many sources of our pain and explains why a multi-discipline approach is really necessary for overcoming chronic pain.