I fell in a hole. Then I crawled back out. It’s 35 days since I touched down on terra firma. Jet lag’s done and dusted, the big adventure receding into … Continue reading Down down down… then up we go
Restless Legs Syndrome may sound like a benign and slightly irritating condition, but I have it bad. Real bad. It won’t kill me, but there are days when I wished it would. This is my experience of living with RLS.
The long road home started Tuesday afternoon in Portugal and finished Friday evening in Hobart. It’s the unfun bit of travel – going home. And after three months, it’s the … Continue reading The long road home
Relax! Huh?! People keep telling me to relax, take a bit of time out, chill! My massage therapist flops my arm around telling me to relax it. I barely know what … Continue reading An unnatural state
I have Restless Legs Syndrome.
I rarely talk about it. It sounds like a benign and trivial condition everyone experiences at some stage. To some extent that is true, but my restless legs are severe and chronic.
And normally extremely well managed.
Like most problems, there are people who have it much worse. While I have a lot of associated nerve pain, if I take regular medication it’s fine. I rarely notice it and when I do it’s not too bad. In that aspect of my life, I found a little pocket of normality.
Personal Prompt: For those living with health issues, if you could cure yourself, would you? Why or why not? I don’t have health issues… Not major, incurable, long term issues. I’m getting … Continue reading 25 January