If you or a family member is diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, you may be thinking about how to tell your loved ones, specifically how to tell your kids. It’s important to provide reassurance, regardless of your child’s age.
Living with Fibromyalgia (FM) can be a difficult battle to face, especially because of some of the symptoms of the disorder. They can include constant pain, stiffness, and soreness throughout the body. There is, however, medication and certain therapies that are used to manage and control the symptoms. Plus, there is research that has shown that incorporating low-impact exercise and activities into your day-to-day routine can significantly improve your quality of life.
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic pain disorder that causes tenderness throughout body and can affect people of any gender or age, including children. If you’ve been diagnosed with this condition, you’ll know that having a flare up can affect even the simplest of day-to-day activities. Everyone experiences flare ups differently and they can range from mild to severe. However, one of the best ways to prevent a flare is to try to identify the trigger.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia (FM), a chronic pain disorder that causes intense soreness throughout the body you may wonder how you’ll go about living your everyday life. Read on to find more information on strategies that can help you live a fulfilling life with FM.