Excessive Daytime…ZZZ…Sleepiness

When was the last time you woke up and felt rested? energized? restored? For me, it’s been so long that I honestly could not tell you. All I can say for certain is that it has been several years. I sleep at night because it is necessary not because I expect that it will help […]

The “IS IT FIBRO?” Game

As my life with fibromyalgia progresses, I find that my opinion of what the most difficult aspect of this illness is has changed. When my symptoms first started, I would have said that the chronic fatigue was the absolute worse. Just a few months ago, I might have responded that it is the fibro fog and […]

A Roller Coaster of A December

Hello, readers! Did you miss me? I sure have missed writing and hearing your comments. I made a promise to myself that I would try to post to this blog twice a month but try as I did; life got in the way this December. To be honest, December felt like the epitome of “when […]

The Fight Goes Hi-Tech

In my fight against fibromyalgia, I am always looking for ways to improve how I am managing and tackling my symptoms. Recently, my good friend Lauren brought to my attention an interesting and seemingly simple way to track things that can impact my fibromyalgia. Turns out Groupon had a special deal on UP fitness trackers by […]

Never Ending Blood Work

Friday morning I had yet another doctor’s appointment. This time, it was to get a referral for a sleep study to check for sleep apnea. I know I’ve snored for a long time, but my hubby mentioned that at times it almost seems as though I’ve stopped breathing. Perhaps it is just that I have stopped […]

Trigger Point Injections

Monday morning and instead of going to work I headed the doctor’s office. Does that intro sentence sound familiar? If you are a regular reader of my blog, then it should because that is pretty much how The Importance Of A Good Doctor post started (almost exactly a month ago). I basically have a regularly scheduled check-up bout […]

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