Archive for June, 2008

Tips and Tools for Working From Bed

I’ve nev­er encoun­tered this web site before, but it was linked from a blog car­ni­val, and the arti­cle is pret­ty good: Because Sit­ting up is for Suck­ers: 70+ Tools, Tips and Hacks to Work from Bed I still miss my lap­top! And I have a pret­ty nice set­up, but can’t help drool­ing at this: the […]

June 27, 2008 · Cyn Armistead · No Comments
Tags: , ,  · Posted in: employment, Resources

Why Can’t We Think Well When We’re Sick?

This isn’t specif­i­cal­ly about CFS/ME or FMS, but I found it inter­est­ing, and I think it makes sense. Why Men­tal Lethar­gy When Sick Dur­ing an infec­tion, humans typ­i­cal­ly expe­ri­ence a set of phys­i­o­log­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal symp­toms, includ­ing fever, con­fu­sion, decreased moti­va­tion, depres­sion and anx­i­ety that are accom­pa­nied by a slow­ing of move­ments. These changes, col­lec­tive­ly […]

June 12, 2008 · Cyn Armistead · One Comment
Tags: , , , ,  · Posted in: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, From the news

NOT related to FMS!">Abortion is NOT related to FMS!

I detest igno­rant big­ots. And I absolute­ly con­sid­er the fol­low­ing hate speech: So like an HPV diag­no­sis in some­one would almost guar­an­tee that oth­ers would know the person’s poten­tial morals or lack there of, and HIV almost always denotes a gay man, a diag­no­sis of fibromyal­gia could poten­tial­ly indi­cate a woman who has abort­ed a […]

June 3, 2008 · Cyn Armistead · One Comment
Tags: , , ,  · Posted in: Fibromyalgia