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At first glance, Caryn is living an enviable kind of life: she is 56 years old, living in South Florida and is the Director of Imaging Services for a national radiology group. In the short time, I spent talking with Caryn, her positive disposition and tremendous strength were evident through all that she said. So, while she certainly seems to be living a great life, I suspect that not many people know how hard Caryn has fought to build this life or how much she continues to overcome to achieve it. At age fifty, she was diagnosed with neurocardiogenic syncope (NCS) after a harrowing medical ba
Does anyone else find that as they get older their flares last longer or are harder to recover from? I find the flares harder psychologically now than before, having had a taste of wellness and normality.
I'm just coming out of a nasty flare up following serotonin syndrome and a UTI that spread to my kidneys. I became a bit of a human spirit level, but am becoming more upright now. for about 7 weeks I've been extremely unwell; too sick to study and am at home with my parents. I reached a turning point today after being utterly spoonless for almost 2 months. What have you all found helpful for recovering from a flare up? I try not to push myself too far; to lie down when I need to, but make sure I walk each day and spend time upright. I try to recharge and put my energy into recovery. I take tim