This post is the first time I have been given the product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network.
This post includes tips that may help you with walking and muscle problems. Topics covered include mitochondrial function (MitoQ, D-Ribose, AMPK activation), lactic acid, electrolyte balance, autonomic function, pacing and adapting. Please comment on what I've missed out.
Join Mendus studies, data is considered more powerful if there’s more of it. If you join in with the Diet Study it will be become slightly more powerful than it is today in representing genuine effects in the ME/fibromyalgia population. With more participants these Mendus studies could also have greater power in a normal sense: they will make more noise and people will take more notice. This is your chance to get personally relevant answers to some niggling questions without having to wait years for university-based research to receive elusive funding.
Some recommended products for a comfier Spoonie life. Tips for resting, light sensitivity, support clothes and bras.
A collection of free, guided meditations from around the web to help you cope with pain. Styles included: insight meditation, yoga nidra, seated T'ai Chi, and seated Qigong
A very brief summary of the reported properties of oils which may be useful for chronic illness.
Review of a clever relaxation technique similar to mindfulness meditation.