As Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) begins to affect your body, small joints like your fingers and toes may become warm, stiff, or swollen. These symptoms may come and go and can last a few days or a few weeks.
If not treated adequately, RA can have a significant impact on a patient’s daily life. 60% of people who have RA but are not receiving effective treatment may be unable to work after 10 years.
If you are suffering from fibromyalgia, you need to know some facts about it and remember: do not feel shame for feeling the way you do. You can control this disorder and don’t let it overpower you.
Tender points are the specific points on the body that, when touched, feel tender to the person being touched.
NOTE: Fibromyalgia is not “an imaginary disease”, it is real and it needs to be addressed as such. It is a seriously misunderstood illness.
Find Beauty In The World And Bring It To Your Life!
Beauty already exists everywhere and in everything. Our job is to look for it.
Just be still for a moment and cast aside any distractions. You cannot fully appreciate something if your mind is elsewhere.
You might have to use a bit of imagination to get going, but once you’re there it’s difficult to stop.
Begin to notice your surroundings. Don’t dwell too long on one thing. Just take in your environment and sink further into that state of peace and relaxing.
Level AAA diagram. When treatment is done on the sole basis of symptoms, there is no recovery. In the troubled company, “fixes” are also made on the basis of symptoms, and almost never looked at at the deep level. Wrong approach!
Don’t hold yourself back. Embrace your light. Seek your life’s mission. Live your purpose and your life will be full of meaning and joy.
Your purpose, your life’s mission, your calling, whatever words you give it, as long as you’re alive, you have one, and as long as you have one, you might as well pull it out, put it on, and let it shine.
What is YOUR Purpose? What gives your life meaning? If you’re not sure yet, then good for you! You get to discover it! (Exciting, isn’t it?) Ask yourself the following questions:
1) What gives my life the most meaning?
2) What is my passion? What gets me out of bed each day?
3) What do I feel most “at home” doing?
4) What are my strengths/weaknesses? What do these tell me about my purpose?
5) If I have a sense of my purpose, am I actively seeking to engage in it? If not, what is holding me back or standing in my way?
“Finding your purpose” is more than just a cliche or a dream that will never be fulfilled. It’s actually a tool for a better, happier, healthier life that too few people attempt to use.
I know firsthand that nothing else matters if you aren’t following your soul’s purpose. Once you’ve found it, you can align all areas of your life to point in that direction. It is possible to do what you love and live in flow — you just need the right motivation and mindset, and to take the right action.