Monday, December 30, 2019

6 Fibro Musings: A Look Back As We Look Forward

As the New Year begins, I give thanks for the wonderful work of advocates and fellow bloggers who have shared valuable information that helps me in my own journey.

Following are some of the top trending blogs here on The Pained Ink Slayer. I hope this look back will help you find something you can use in the upcoming year.

…what four things can we do to spiff up our attitude and claim our stake in the power of positivity?

 “What am I doing, or not doing, that adds to my misery?” “How can I identify and manage perpetuating or aggravating factors?”…

A myofascial trigger point (MTrP) is a “self-sustaining” hyper-irritable area of muscle fiber in a taut band of muscle that is felt as a nodule or bump… Note: Trigger points are not tender points, however, chronic myofascial pain can and often does co-occur with fibromyalgia.

There is sufficient evidence to correlate dysautonomia and fibromyalgia.
*5 Things You Should Know About Dysautonomia If You Have Fibromyalgia, originally appeared on ProHealth.

Research tells us symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon occur in fibromyalgia patients.

…heroes are people I admire for their tenacity and their ability to show gratitude despite facing significant obstacles…

Note: Archived blogs are in the right column of this page, links to access Celeste’s freelance articles are in the header tab Celeste’s Publications, and this particular blog will be in the header tab Fibro Musings.

Happy New Year!

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In healing,

Celeste Cooper, RN / Author, Freelancer, Advocate

Think adversity?-See opportunity!

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