Stress can cause many health problems. One of the most debilitating is mild to severe stress-related pain in certain areas of the body or all over the body. It can range from headaches to joint and muscle pain, chest pain, and more. Continue reading Stress-Related Pain: What is it? and What do you do for it?
When you’re in pain, one of the most difficult things to be able to do is relax. What’s even more difficult, is just being able to go to sleep. Sleep is essential to proper body functionality because the human body uses this rest period to do the majority of the healing that is needed from a day of work and life. When you are unable to rest, the body will inevitably begin to break down after a long period of decline. This post is geared toward showing you how to sleep with chronic pain. Continue reading How to Sleep With Chronic Pain
Have you been feeling extremely tired and sore recently? Have you had a lot of unexplained chronic pain? If you can say yes to these questions, then there’s a possibility that you have fibromyalgia. This disease affects a small percentage of the population around the world, and it is often misdiagnosed in its early stages. Here are some different signs of fibromyalgia so you can begin seeking treatment. Continue reading Signs You Might Have Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is a painful and tiring musculoskeletal disorder that affects approximately 5% of people around the globe. The exact cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, but research into this disorder suggests that making lifestyle changes is an effective way to treat it. Treating fibromyalgia with exercise is one particular lifestyle choice you can make to help you manage symptoms and it doesn’t have to be difficult. Continue reading Treating Fibromyalgia With Exercise
Fibromyalgia is a painful disorder which causes fatigue, pain, and more. It affects around 10 million Americans and possibly 5% of the world population. Currently, the exact cause of fibromyalgia is unknown but the available research suggests that making positive lifestyle choices (including diet and exercise) is one of the best ways to negate the unpleasant symptoms and treat fibromyalgia. In this post, we’re going to be focusing on the impact of diet on fibromyalgia and, more specifically, looking at treating fibromyalgia with vitamins and minerals. Continue reading Treating Fibromyalgia with Vitamins and Minerals
Fibromyalgia (also known as Fibromyalgia Syndrome or FMS) is a musculoskeletal disorder that causes pain in the fibrous tissues of the body and also leads to tiredness. It is believed to affect around 5% of the world’s population and currently, no one knows what causes it. In this post, we’ll look at fibromyalgia causes and treatment, as well as symptoms and risk factors. Continue reading Fibromyalgia Causes and Treatment
Before any social event, it’s natural for most people to feel excited and even nervous. Meeting new people is hard for someone with social anxiety. But it can also be fun. The important thing is to prepare for the social event so that you can be calmer, happier, and enjoy the event while it’s happening without so much drama. The following tips show you how to stay calm with social anxiety. Continue reading Social Anxiety: How to Stay Calm Before a Social Event
If you have any type of social anxiety, you can work toward helping yourself deal with it alone. But, remember, if it gets worse, you really should get some help professionally. It really is okay to ask for help. In the meantime, these social anxiety tips can help you ease into social situations. Continue reading Social Anxiety: Tips for Easing into a Social Situation
There is some confusion about whether social anxiety disorder is a personality disorder or not. It’s not. It can lead to avoidant personality disorder which is a personality disorder that looks a lot like social anxiety. However, an avoidant personality disorder is characterized by being much worse and debilitating. Continue reading Social Anxiety: Is It a Personality Disorder?
Social anxiety isn’t something to joke about. It can cause people to miss out on living a full life as they seek to avoid situations that make them feel anxious and uncomfortable.
Many people with social anxiety end up with some level of agoraphobia too. They are so busy trying to avoid people and the uncomfortable feeling, they realize one day that they haven’t been with other people for months. Some people don’t even realize they have social anxiety.
This topic affects me personally. I have suffered from many forms of anxiety including social anxiety for many years. It is an ongoing battle. Continue reading Social Anxiety: Common Symptoms