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ADHD and fibromyalgia

You cannot concentrate anymore, you can't think straight, you keep forgetting things and just feel out of place. Sound familiar? One study found that fibromyalgia is more common in people with ADHD. The symptoms: difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, and general cognitive problems are often given little attention when treating fibromyalgia.

Lost Trust

Why am I telling you this? After all it is not something easy to talk about. Sometimes there are stories that make life difficult for us. It is important to realize this and if possible address them, for our own sakes.

Flamenco and fibromyalgia syndrome

Fibromyalgia is described as "dazzling" and "mysterious" in training courses for doctors. Until now, I have found these terms pejorative and discriminatory. If I imagine the disease as a flamenco, then these words can apply. But my aim is not to trivialize the illness.  It is a symbolic image that enables me to counteract the illness in my thoughts.

Lichen sclerosus - It itches!

You've probably never heard of it. Another rare disease? Not at all. Lichen sclerosus is the most common noncontagious genital disease. You may think it's an STD-- no, it's not. Lichen sclerosus is not caused by an infection - the disease is not contagious, has nothing to do with lack of hygiene and cannot be transmitted by contact, including sexual intercourse.

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Laugh

Our laughter did not sound like it does today from the beginning, it has developed gradually. It is possible that the specific human sound was created when our early ancestors split off from the primates, i.e. between 4.6 and 6.2 million years ago.

Bowel movement Hard and soft facts

Nobody likes to talk about what goes on in the bathroom, or worse, doesn't go on. We are ashamed or embarrassed. Problems with bowel movement - Irritable Bowel Syndrome, are complaints that many fibromyalgia sufferers have to deal with. These complaints have what it takes to make your day thoroughly miserable.

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Flamenco and fibromyalgia syndrome

Fibromyalgia is described as "dazzling" and "mysterious" in training courses for doctors. Until now, I have found these terms pejorative and discriminatory. If I imagine the disease as a flamenco, then these words can apply. But my aim is not to trivialize the illness.  It is a symbolic image that enables me to counteract the illness in my thoughts.

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Lost Trust

Why am I telling you this? After all it is not something easy to talk about. Sometimes there are stories that make life difficult for us. It is important to realize this and if possible address them, for our own sakes.

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ADHD and fibromyalgia

You cannot concentrate anymore, you can't think straight, you keep forgetting things and just feel out of place. Sound familiar? One study found that fibromyalgia is more common in people with ADHD. The symptoms: difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, and general cognitive problems are often given little attention when treating fibromyalgia.

Lichen sclerosus - It itches!

You've probably never heard of it. Another rare disease? Not at all. Lichen sclerosus is the most common noncontagious genital disease. You may think it's an STD-- no, it's not. Lichen sclerosus is not caused by an infection - the disease is not contagious, has nothing to do with lack of hygiene and cannot be transmitted by contact, including sexual intercourse.

Lichen sclerosus - It itches!

You've probably never heard of it. Another rare disease? Not at all. Lichen sclerosus is the most common noncontagious genital disease. You may think it's an STD-- no, it's not. Lichen sclerosus is not caused by an infection - the disease is not contagious, has nothing to do with lack of hygiene and cannot be transmitted by contact, including sexual intercourse.

Flamenco and fibromyalgia syndrome

Fibromyalgia is described as "dazzling" and "mysterious" in training courses for doctors. Until now, I have found these terms pejorative and discriminatory. If I imagine the disease as a flamenco, then these words can apply. But my aim is not to trivialize the illness.  It is a symbolic image that enables me to counteract the illness in my thoughts.

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