Psoriatic arthritis picks its fights in many areas of the body. For me, my neck is the most painful, followed by my back. Most inconvenient, however, is when my disease is active in my knees. Knee pain is by far the most complicated for my wider health and physical ability. In […]
In this post, I take a lighthearted look at what distractions I use when the pain’s too much and I’m at the end of my rope. Let us know how you cope?
Any new diagnosis requires a period of adjustment, time to come to terms with the implications and a good support network around you – however, arthritis is particularly challenging. The chances are it’s a condition you have to manage for the rest of your life, dealing with pain along with […]
Regular followers of this blog will know that 2019 was a rather negative one for me and although still not 100%, I’m determined for 2020 to be a much more positive year – and that starts with thinking positively. I therefore wanted to write a post with a list of […]
Disclosure: I got the idea for this post from reading Anna BSN’s post which can be found here: https://annabsnrn.com/2019/12/30/new-year-improved-me/ check it out. Whilst browsing other blogs, I was reading Anna’s post and realised that, mostly due to personal circumstance, I have been more negative of late than my original intention […]
Somebody recently asked me what triggers my condition and what do I do to stay fit and active. Although a lot of the paths our chronic diseases take are beyond our control, it did make me think about those little things we all do to try and avoid additional issues […]