Pacing plays a crucial role in any endeavor that requires sustained effort, especially during recovery. Read to learn more about pacing.
Boundary-setting is something I have struggled with for quite some time. It has only been in the most recent part of my life that I feel like I have learned what boundary-setting looks like for me.
Concussions are a type of traumatic brain injury that can be caused by a blow to the head or body. They can be caused by sports injuries, falls, or car accidents, and can result in a range of symptoms including headache, dizziness, fatigue, memory problems, and difficulty concentrating.
As with most things in life, there are pros and cons to perfectionism. It is important to bring awareness to the challenges and complications that can arise with this approach to our day-to-day lives and to consider what we can do about it.
Dealing with chronic pain is unideal. It can weigh heavily in all aspects of our daily life, whether that is physical, mental and/or emotional. But there is a way to deal with pain – by finding another truth.
Doors are quite interesting. They are gateways that allow us access to one space from another. When closed, they can offer us a sense of security, protection, or maybe restriction. I’m going to focus on the restriction piece today.
Long COVID is something that is emerging as a serious health issue for many people across the world. The symptoms vary, but among the most reported are severe fatigue, headaches, anxiety or depression, brain fog and in some cases, a shortness of breath. Researchers have been hard at work trying to find a pattern in the symptoms and a way to treat it.
Prioritize #1 What is important?
Decide: What are you able to do based on how you currently feel?
Pain has a way of overtaking the brain, and at times you may feel it is all you can think about. Your pain might be so unbearable that it makes a simple task, such as folding laundry, seem daunting.
Your breath is a simple and powerful tool that can be used to regulate your nervous system. Breathing slowly and deeply activates your parasympathetic (“rest and digest”) nervous system.
Healthy Habits for Better Sleep. Wake up and go to bed at the same time every day, even weekends! Create a relaxing, regular bedtime routine.