Given that I spent most of the last 10 months in my bed, I thought it would be a great time to talk about the essential items every bedbound person needs and what we must have if we're going to be left alone for any chunk of time. Of course, I want my readers to not only survive, but thrive. So, I'll be sharing some ways I've learned to be bedbound and still feel fulfilled.
When I wrote part 1 of this article and spoke about the known effects of glyphosate (aka roundup) in the body and the possible effects, I couldn't find any studies to back up my suspicions that glyphosate and other herbicides and pesticides like it are contributing to the major uptick in autoimmune, connective tissue and neurodegenerative diseases … Continue reading Dietary Changes to Improve Every Spoonie’s Health, Pt. 2
Editor's Note: This post was updated 1/14/20. Thank you. f.lux and Twilight are apps that allow you to adjust the brightness of your computer or cellphone screens, not only by dimming them, but by giving them a rosy glow; effectively taking the sting out of any screen by eliminating the painful bright whites that are … Continue reading Try These Apps for Glare Sensitivity
This is what researchers have to say about our place in society. Looks and feels accurate to me based on my personal experiences over the last decade+. What do you think fellow ME/CFS warriors? Are we some of the most marginalized, misunderstood, sickly lot of loners in this world? It's way past time to make … Continue reading Quality of Life for ME/CFS Patients