Author: Shelley M. White

Loneliness Causes Illness, but Illness Causes Loneliness …So What Can We Do?

illness and loneliness

Loneliness leads to disease. Disease leads to isolation, and thus loneliness. It’s a catch 22. What can we do?

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Life After Lyme When A Co-Infection Gives You PANS/PANDAS : Being An Adult With PANS, No Longer Pretending You Are Perfect Out Of Fear of People Thinking You Are Crazy , & Becoming Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

 HEADS UP: This is completely unedited and taken from my personal journal and was **WRITTEN AWHILE BACK**. Nonetheless, the fundamental message still rings true. Although I am not as deep in the dark waters of “PANS”, I am still wading my way through —often aimlessly— the murky waters of PANS, relentlessly searching for the shore

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Health Benefits of Super Simple, Short Yoga Every Morning: Just 5-10 Minutes of Yoga Upon Waking Can Improve Your Quality of Life

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Stretching in the morning, even 5-10 minutes, can vastly improve your quality of life —and science backs this up. Try out this short, full body yoga warm up video upon waking (suited for beginners to advanced yoga, may be used as a warm up before a more intense practice or as a stand alone AM

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Relationships & Illness: Exploring Our Partner’s Pain

In an effort to understand what it would be like to be the healthy partner in a relationship with a person with a chronic illness, I decided to step back one day and objectively look at the situation as best as I could. This is what I concluded, once viewing relationships where one person is

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Benefits of Spirulina: Drinking A Green Smoothie With Spirulina Can Boost Your Well-being

The Multiple Reasons Why You Should Indulge in a Green Spirulina Smoothie: Spirulina have been living on this planet since the appearance of human life on earth. Spirulina are freshwater-growing, alkaline-environment, green, microscopic algae. The green color stems from the chlorophyll present in Spirulina and the blue color is derived from the exotic pigment phycocyanin.

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