Chronic illness can be lonely and isolating. It is not uncommon to lose friends due to chronic illness, but you also forge new relationships with other people dealing with similar issues as yours.
How yoga is beneficial in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Shelley M. White. Yoga is beneficial for post traumatic stress disorder, and for releasing repressed emotions from trauma from the body for various reasons. Yoga helps people with PTSD or trauma related conditions by helping them manage stress levels, calming and balancing the central nervous system so they are less responsive to triggers, aiding in social reintegration, and helping them to come back into their ...
Remember when you were little, alone in the dark, and a startling noise rattled you to your core? …convincing you a monster or ghost was only moments away from plunging out of your closet door to attack you or drag you away to some horrible place? Did you get up and open your closet, walk … Continue reading Lyme Disease and Fear: The Only Way out Is Through
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, … Continue reading Journey Through Pain: Distinguishing Between What Matters and What Doesn’t
Loneliness leads to disease. Disease leads to isolation, and thus loneliness. It's a catch 22. What can we do?