Chronic Fatigue Problems

Chronic Fatigue is usually more like Chronic exhaustion…

Chronic Fatigue problems:


Waking up to early:


Not feeling rested:


When I’m to exhausted to walk around:


When my brain is exhausted:



Steps Forward!

I’m seeing some more improvement. My brain is improving, and overall my pain is not as bad as it used to be.

new-girl-big-deal-alertPretty much every move I made was agonizing. Little things that were really difficult and painful to do are beginning to become a lot easier. Things like bending over, walking up a few steps, or just walking in the back yard are not such a big deal anymore. There not as painful anymore, like they had been for years. I have been able to sit up longer, and walk short distances a little bit more without it being so difficult. These may seem like small things, but they are they big steps forward!




 “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” ~Helen Keller


Quick update!

Just a quick update!

The past few weeks I have continued with my new treatment with my chiropractic neurologist. I am continuing to see some improvements with my brain, and I no longer need cranial adjustments. Which is awesome! 🙂


I no longer feels like my brain is constant survival mode, but I still don’t feel well. My exhaustion has been extremely intense lately, which makes me feel worse. I do not feel rested in the morning, and I don’t have energy as day goes on. The exhaustion is horrible, it makes it hard to do anything. There are still a lot of problems figure out, so I’m mostly just waiting. I’m trying to find a doctor to help figure out what to do about my exhaustion. So for now I guess I’ll continue to make small steps forward!



Baby Steps

Life is a series of baby steps along the way and if you add up these tiny little steps you take toward your goal, whatever it is, whether it’s giving up something, a terrible addiction or trying to work your way through an illness. When you total up those baby steps you’d be amazed over the course of 10 years, the strides you’ve taken. – Hoda Kotb