"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."
The Zebra Pit offers a wide selection of resources both on and offsite. As we grow and change and take on new readers, I wanted to take the time to explain where you can find some of the best resources on health and wellness for spoonies the web has to offer, gathered by the ZP.
Meet the Disabled Tourist Guide who contracted polio at age 3. As a result, his legs have been paralyzed. That hasn’t stopped him helping others with disabilities travel his beloved Morocco, or achieving his goals. Learn how more at zebrapit.com
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
It’s World Suicide Prevention Day. I’m not going to pretend that I have all the answers or that I can provide some sort of step by step guide of what you should do if you’re feeling suicidal. There are a million of those out there and I don’t know how useful they are, to be … Continue reading The Year I Wanted to Die