Putting together a few more pieces of the dysautonomia puzzle, from the imporatance of electrolyte supplementation regardless of medications and the need to vary the amount based on activity levels.
This post was recently reviewed for accuracy and updated on 4/10/19 Head pain is an incredibly common problem for people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. I have struggled with head pain for so many years that I found it almost impossible to accurately identify where it hurt whenever I was examined by a neurologist. My head hurt … Continue reading Chronic Head Pain in EDS
Capricious' initial review of the FasciaBlaster, how it specifically helps with many of the common problems found in ME/CFS, EDS, POTS and Fibromyalgia, and how to achieve the same results she got using an affordable at home myofascial massage tool.
If you read the article I shared about the discovery of the new disease hereditary-a tryptasemia, then you're probably wondering if you can go to the doctor to be tested for it. According to a FAQ released by the NIH, there is no commercially available test to confirm the multiple copy DNA strands which cause the … Continue reading NIH Releases FAQ on Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia
I've been blogging on here for a while without giving a full and through accounting of what exactly ME/CFS is. People who are well versed in what this disorder is probably understand why that is (the complexity, the ever-changing answers brought to us through research, the ongoing debates, the availability of existing resources), but for … Continue reading What Exactly is ME/CFS