Disclaimer- This post is not sponsored and are my own personal experiences of using Cerezen for TMD/TMJ. I have written this review because I couldn't find an impartial review online when I was considering this treatment option. I've had TMD/TMJ for a long time, at least 10 years. I did not think anything of my… Continue reading Cerezen Review (TMD/TMJ Treatment)
I was one of those typical, mostly-healthy kids who was a little (or a lot) more flexible than usual. I was also quite prone to infections and struggled with allergies and what was assumed to be anxiety a bit, but mostly, I had a normal childhood. In high school I got really into competitive swimming, I did well at it and I was strong in academics as well. I left on a high: fit and strong, with academic awards under my belt, and a scholarship to start a medical degree at New Zealand's top University.
When I'm stuck in bed all day, I like to watch a lot of YouTube. Mainly dog and cat videos, but I also watch crafty videos as well to get some inspiration for my next makes. Here are some of my favourite channels.
If you've ever talked to a stranger about your chronic pain, chances are they will have said something to you along the lines of 'but have you tried yoga?' as if yoga has the power to cure all ills. Randomly signing up to a yoga class when you're not ready may actually make things worse.
I made this crocheted cover for my bullet journal using some yarn I got on a recent trip to Edinburgh. I use a basic softcover dotted exercise book for my bullet journal. I got the one I'm using at the moment from Amazon. This cover is easy to make as it is just two large rectangles.
I've just completed the second semester of my MSc and, let me tell you, it was a wild ride. My semester got off to a bumpy start with a random doctor (who I've never met before) phoning me out of the blue to say that my infusions had been cancelled. After a visit to A&E,… Continue reading Studying with POTS: A Brutal 2nd Term
Last year, I went back to University to get my Master's in Environmental Science. My typical week is different from most students' because I have to work around my fluctuating POTS symptoms. Sunday- Work Experience Working at my local nature reserve. I started working a local nature reserve a few months before my course started.… Continue reading A Week in the Life of a Student with POTS
Getting out of the house when you live with a chronic illness is hard. If you have to rely on public transport to get about, it can make things even more difficult. As a general rule, I avoid travelling at peak times. Here are a few tips on rail travel for those living in the UK.
This month marks my four-year anniversary with POTS. I recently sat down and considered my time with chronic illness with regards to numbers. Here's what I came up with:
I made a bunch of these for my first batch of items I sent to Spoonie Survival Kits. I used Mariner yarns in one of their mermaid shades for the shells and pastel yellow, purple and blue for the heads and legs.