While enduring a pain filled night induced by the full moon of 2014, along with Bartonella and many other factors, I decided to do something different. Rather than worry about the fact that I must sleep in order to heal, I decided to use it as an opportunity. Either way, I was up with insomnia, … More Journey Through Pain: Distinguishing Between What Matters and What Doesn’t
Millions of people struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep. If you’re one of them, you’ve probably already read a lot of advice and tried numerous products. Still sometimes it probably feels like something is missing or that nothing works. Sleep issues run in my family, so over the years I have experimented with tons … More 8 Tips to Try For Better Sleep TONIGHT
While many people feel that cannabis and exercise go anything but hand-in-hand, there is an emerging group of individuals coming forward claiming that, for them, the two read more…
The most frequently asked question I have received since exposing my journey of using cannabis to treat Lyme disease is what strain of cannabis is best for treating Lyme disease (with the question of which one I used being a close second). Although no one likes to hear this, the answer is unfortunately not so … More What Strain of Cannabis is Best for Treating Lyme Disease?
I am not a Lyme person, or a person whose true biography entails an illness of any kind, and neither are you. We are all one thing, and one thing alone: consciousness. We all have one collective purpose, our destiny is all the same: evolution. Once one penetrates all surface rebuttals to this, it becomes clear it could never be … More Consciousness & Evolution: I am not merely someone with this or that illness, and neither are you.
Navigating your way through the haze of chronic Lyme disease is a feeling which words do not exist for. You cannot imagine it or describe it, only experience it. It’s as if you are navigating through MULTIPLE illnesses simultaneously –MS, A.L.S., depression, anxiety, A.D.H.D., schizophrenia, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease, Malaria, bipolar disorder … More Negative Emotions: What Do We Do with Them? How Do We Get through the Hours of Excruciating Pain and Darkness?
A few months ago, I began taking Cholestyramine Initially, promising results manifested, clearing up my daily dreaded evening brain fog. As time went on, though, I came to equally dread taking it along with the two hours after doing so, because it put me in an incredible about of pain. The LLMD who prescribed … More Chlorella: A Natural Alternative to Cholestyramine
After the initial hurt of breaking up with a romantic partner, we have an almost instinctual tendency to remember all of the bad times about the relationship rather than the good ones. Oddly, on the other hand, when illness forces us to break up with the familiarity of our old lives, we have an almost … More Nostalgia’s Role in Chronic Illness
“Accept your diagnosis. It is not healthy to live in denial.” Upon diagnosis, we begin to hear such statements quite often. While they may stem from good intentions, they often irritate us by making us feel misunderstood. This is normal for both parties involved, both the attempting helper and the unsuccessfully helped. Oddly, we receive … More Accepting Your Diagnosis: How a Little Denial Can Be Healthy