Long Term Treatment
Getting a diagnosis explaines so much
Resting and more resting
Belief and understanding from my mum and disabled sister
Relaxing and calming yourself
Hypnotherapy, meditation, mindfulness
TENS unit
Valdoxan [Agomelatine]; immeasurably aids my sleep quality as well as treating anxiety & depression. Both of which have sleep issues at their core as well.
to be able to help others seek as well as navigate the confusing academic shamble we have as our architect.
Going to Cincinnati Children's hospital
Botox treatments for migraines
Strong helping hand from my mother
Speak to people you trust
Great doctors who don't "write you off" and never give up trying to figure out what's wrong
Accepting i cant do much anymore
To be able to eat properly
Not fighting against it, developing acceptance to it
Close connections where I feel safe to express my vulnerability
Great support from friends & husband.
my god daughter/ niece as well as my mom; who have always been there to help push me along when needed and guide me on my darker days.
Getting my dog Pearl
I have friends who help me feel validated and cared about
Support groups
Still working on #3
Dont bottle things up
A positive attitude!!!
Pain meds take the edge off
To be under a team that accepts home visits. NHS too under funded.
Healthy diet, Sleep, Exercise
Adequate sleep, Prescription medication (somewhat)
Ensuring my food & drink intake is nutritionally dense & inflammatory fighting.
Making it my goal my become a Neurogastroenterologist to help others like me
Access to assistive technology has been life changing