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Perfect Drinks For Those With CRPS!

Who want to get into shape and look more radiant?! I know with having CRPS it’s a constant struggle to stay in shape because we don’t feel great every day. I’m there with you! But over the past few weeks I’ve been drinking a Detox Tea from a company called Skinny Fit. This drink has… Continue reading Perfect Drinks For Those With CRPS!

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Twelve Things People with CRPS Want You To Know About Them During the Holiday Season

Tis the season to be jolly! Or at least, that’s what I’ve heard. I love the holiday season. There are beautiful lights and decorations everywhere, there are people singing cheery songs, there are fun, mindless movie marathons on TV, there is delicious food- all of my favorite things wrapped into one season. Maybe that’s why… Continue reading Twelve Things People with CRPS Want You To Know About Them During the Holiday Season

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Tea To Reduce Pain

Turmeric Tea for Reducing Pain Turmeric is an ancient spice derived from the rhizomes of Curcuma longa, which is a member of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae). Also known as ‘Golden Spice of India’ turmeric has been used in India for medicinal purposes for centuries. It has been used in traditional medicine as a household remedy… Continue reading Tea To Reduce Pain

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10 Ways to Distract Yourself From Pain

1. Touch - Nerves can only process one sensation at a time. Ask you beloved to gently stroke the area that hurts to distract your nerves. 2. Reading - Disappearing into a good story can block out the pain. Ask your friends to recommend good books. 3. Creativity - Creativity helps you focus on something else. Try coloring, photography,… Continue reading 10 Ways to Distract Yourself From Pain