Are corticosteroids, glucocorticoids and other steroids commonly used in medicine really as heinous as the EDS Zebra community makes it out to be? I decided to do some research to answer that question and this article details everything I found about steroid use and protecting your collagen for strong bones, joints, and skin.
This post was updated July 7, 2020. Thank you. Another set of simple exercises for those who are trying to get going after a long period of inactivity due to illness. While these exercises are demonstrated in a standing position, they can be done seated, as well. You can combine them with these upper body … Continue reading Wall Resistance Exercises for Arms
This post was updated July 10, 2020. Thank you. Wall Push Ups are a good way to build upper body strength fast. They are a big part of what keeps my right shoulder from popping out of place every time I wash myself or roll over in bed. I also believe wall push-ups, along with … Continue reading Wall Push Ups
Are Mast Cell Activation Disorders (MCAD) being missed and heavily under-diagnosed in a large portion of patients with chronic illness? Could these easily misunderstood conditions be the cause of the rapid fluctuations in your health? Do you start out having a great day, only to have your energy levels plummet within hours or moments of … Continue reading Are Most Spoonies Suffering from MCAD?
This is another excellent post submitted on Toot Your Horn Tuesday that I didn't want the community to miss. With gastroparesis and other GI problems rampant in EDS, HSD and other collagen and connective tissue disorders, I wanted to share this great resource on what tubefeeding is and involves. She highlights many of the benefits … Continue reading #tubieweek – What Is A Tubie?