Hey, Scoliosis Sisters! Are you spending your days and nights feeling burnt out and overwhelmed? Too tired to stick to a routine much less do the things you love? Not as perky as you would like to be? Yeah, me too. I've seen all these Pins and articles about how self-care is "literally a life [...]
Scoliosis has us "bent out of shape", so you need to start Very Small. Dip your toe in the waters of yoga and face your fears one day at a time! Don't force yourself to do yoga for an hour if you've never done yoga! I don't even do that! The pain in my neck would not allow it. The best thing to do is start small, even if it's only 5 minutes a day. Just be consistent and practice every single day! Soon, you'll be able to increase your time and intensity gradually. That's the key. Each day for a few minutes!
*This post may contain affiliate links, but it is NOT an advertisement, nor is it sponsored.* Hey, scoliosis sisters! We all know that mental health and physical health go hand-in-hand. With scoliosis, both very important to pay attention to! Chronic pain has been shown to increase your chance for having Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia, bursts of [...]
Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. Age Disclaimer: Reader must be 21+. My Secret Sauce: Cherry Cobbler CBG Flower Personally, CBD gives me a horrible headache if I smoke it or even use CBD oil under my tongue. I felt hopeless because I knew it helped my back, but I would be giving myself [...]
Hey, everyone! I met a wonderful woman, named Jennifer Pond, through Instagram (@rose.andpain). She is has suffered from *Spondylolisthesis since 2014 and is currently recovering from Spinal Fusion surgery. Her Instagram account is dedicated to supporting, connecting, and uplifting those with chronic pain. Recently, she launched her own blog, Rose & Pain, which is absolutely beautiful! [...]
We all know that yoga is a common exercise and a tool to heal, strengthen, and stretch our bodies. I've used yoga for several years to aid in pain management, however I noticed that I could only temporarily relieve pain with no lasting effects. That's because standard yoga is designed for people with straight spines [...]