The Best of Melissa vs Fibromyalgia 2022

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This is the best of 2022 on Melissa vs Fibromyalgia – my advocacy work ensuring you hear the things I’ve learnt in case they help you.

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Despite “taking a step back” I’ve published 50 blog posts!

74 videos on YouTube.

22 podcast episodes.

And my third book was published! Fibromyalgia Won’t Win was something that came about because I sat down to edit Melissa vs Fibromyalgia and found I had too much new stuff to share with you. I worked with a professional editor for the first time, that was a wonderful experience. And I declared, again, that I won’t write another book for a long long time.

I’ve also managed three Facebook groups, one membership team, two yoga courses and many e-newsletters.

In addition to the many email, comments and DM replies.

No wonder I’m tired lol!

It’s an honour to be able to share this journey with you. The comments and emails people send thanking me for my work, makes my day. I do it for you.

Here is the best of Melissa vs Fibromyalgia blog in 2022

What You Need to Know About Yoga Nidra for Fibromyalgia

This is the ultimate post about my favourite tool for rest, relaxation and calming the central nervous system. I do it daily and have done for many years now.

Low Dose Naltrexone for Fibromyalgia

LDN is the medicine that started my whole life change. Nothing helped like this did. And the puzzle pieces since have made it even better. I share all about LDN in this post.

Rocking Chronic Illness Resources You Should Check Out

In this post I share 9 rocking chronic illness resources you should check out to support you in your journey.

Managing Brain Fog at Work

This post is a little older, but updated this year, and was a favourite. Managing brain fog is an important issue and I talk about it specifically for at work (though it is useful outside of work too).

The Best Way to Plan Your Day Using Pacing Principles

I take pacing principles and apply them to planning our day. This post shares how.

Recovery Factors Supplement for Fibromyalgia

What supplements help fibromyalgia? Several, but this is my absolute favourite. This post shares all about it.

Chronic Illness Must Haves to Make Your Life Easier

This is my round up of gadgets that make life easier with chronic illness. From things I have and love, to things on my wish list.

Guide to Managing Fibromyalgia

The ultimate guide to managing fibromyalgia – it’s all here in this giant post with loads of resources.

Should We Try AIP for Fibromyalgia?

I tackle the subject of autoimmune paleo protocol for fibromyalgia and whether I think it’s worth trying.

Sleeping for the First Time in 20 Years – Quetiapine for Fibromyalgia

After 20 years of chronic insomnia, I finally have a great routine that enables me to sleep pretty well, most of the time. This post shares about the medicine that finally brought all of my other work together.

Thank you!

Thank you for reading my posts, watching my videos, interacting with me on social media and sharing your stories. The mission has always been to share what helps me in case it helps you. This will continue in 2023. I’m not entirely sure how it will look, but I will continue to keep this website up to date.

A special thank you to those who have supported my work in practical ways. Sharing my posts. Engaging with them on social media. Purchasing my books and courses. And my membership team. THANK YOU for believing in me.

You are most welcome to join my pay what you can membership team to access a secret Facebook group with extra resource library too. I’d love to have you. Monetary contributions help me pay for the costs of hosting these resources, the insurance so that I can share yoga, administrative costs in running a tiny business, and one day, hopefully contribute toward my time. My dream is that I would have time to do more for you, but I can’t do that without leaving my paid job. Maybe next year!

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