How to Use Magnesium to Treat Chronic Migraines 

Living with chronic migraine headaches? You’re not alone. Learn how magnesium deficiency can contribute to migraines and what you can do to ease the pain.

DIY Epsom Salt & Essential Oil Bath Recipes: To Naturally Release Stress & Tension 

If you’re living with a chronic pain condition, these DIY Epsom salt and essential oils baths can help heal mind, body, and soul.

“I’m Not Crazy…I’m Allergic!” – An Interview With Author Sherilyn Powers 

What if you found out your depression was really a symptom of allergies? That’s exactly what happened to Julie. An interview with author Sherilyn Powers.

The Prescription Drug That Increases Fibromyalgia Pain – Are You Taking It? – [Video] 

In this video, Dr. Edward Conley, Director of the Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and Autoimmune Clinic of Michigan, explains why statins worsen chronic pain and fatigue.

The One Thing All People With Chronic Illness Have in Common – [Video] 

There is one thing you and everyone else with chronic illness have in common, but most doctors will never tell you about it. In fact, it scares them.

Why Do You Have Brain Fog? 

Is your brain in a fog all the time? Find out what causes brain fog, and what you can do to clear it.

The Creepy Reason You Always Wake up at 3 AM (And What to Do About It) 

Are you waking up at 3 a.m. almost every day? You’re not alone. Discover the creepy things living inside you that cause you to come awake in terror.

My Favorite Chronic Illness Memes 

Chronic illness memes are like friends who’ve “been there”. Some uplift, some inform, some snark, and some make you laugh. No matter what, you’re not alone.

10 Things You’d Never Say to Someone in a Wheelchair (But People With Invisible Illness Hear All the Time) 

“Maybe if you started jogging, you could get out of that wheelchair.” Sounds ridiculous, right? This is the type of thing people with invisible illness hear.

How the Brain Responds to Pain – [Infographic] 

Is your chronic pain all in your head? In a manner of speaking, it is. Learn how your brain responds to pain and some tips and tricks for lasting relief.