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FREE DOWNLOAD ~ 5 Simple Solutions To Overcoming Everyday Challenges During A Major Flare-Up

February 17
free download 5 simple solutions to overcoming everyday challenges during a major flare up

You may have felt it creeping toward you for days.  It may have appeared suddenly, sailing out of the blue when you least expected it and thought you were in the clear.

  Like a storm looming on your horizon, you know that major flare-ups are a part of life with chronic illness.  They may last for hours, days, or weeks.

  Unfortunately, the demands of life show no respect for the necessity of our ‘down time’.  The clamor of ‘the many’ outweigh the  needs of the ‘one’.

Free Download 5 simple solutions to overcoming everyday challenges during a major flare upBased on my own experiences with some hellacious symptomatic episodes, I have created a list of 5 easy tips that have helped me weather my own flare-ups.

Depending on the severity of the symptoms, I can be fairly ‘high functioning’, or there are times when I might as well turn Netflix, and find a new series to power watch since I’m going no further than the couch for the next 8 hours!

When you sign up for your FREE subscription to ‘A Life Well Red’, you will receive your own copy  of:  ‘5 Simple Solutions To Overcoming Everyday Challenges During A Major Flare Up’,  to download and have handy when those storms hit.

 

 

PLUS! My FREE subscribers will receive a Monthly Newsletter containing:

  • tips to treat and alleviate ‘invisible’ chronic illness symptoms
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8 Comments

  • Reply Nikki February 23 at 7:24 am

    Kristine, although I really intensely dislike my chronic disease the one thing I’m thankful for is that it comes with some warning signals. When I do too much my legs hurt horribly, and I get the heavy head and a pain in my neck that is so strong I can barely hold my head up. But the biggest sign is when I start running a temperature, when this happens I know I’ve gone too far and I need to work on getting more down time. Nothing stops the temperature but rest, the longest temp I ran was for 5 months. I’m not contagious but I’m miserable.

    Thankfully I very rarely have migraines and I hate that you have to suffer through them, they are horrendous.

    Eating better, removing gluten and drinking more water has definitely helped me. And when I’m able to get a good amount of sleep that helps keep symptoms at bay.

    Thank you for always sharing what works for you, many of these things will work no matter what chronic disease you have.

    • Reply kristine February 23 at 7:52 am

      It is always miserable when you run a temperature! 🙁 Very good advice as far as the diet tips are concerned! I do always feel better when I’m well hydrated and eating well. And you’re right! So much good health advice crosses back and forth between various chronic illnesses. Have a wonderful week Nikki! 🙂

  • Reply Brandi Clevinger March 8 at 5:41 am

    Thanks for the free download! I look forward to reading it. I’m in a flare that started last Friday. I carried my daughter 0.6 miles to the car because of her swollen foot. My back, shoulders, knees, everything flared immediately, and is easing off in pain today. Flares suck!

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    • Reply kristine March 8 at 9:23 pm

      I could’nt agree more Brandi! And they can come seemingly out of nowhere, fast! Hope you feel better very soon 😉

  • Reply Theresa Roke September 19 at 9:24 am

    Kristine, the free download comes at the most opportune time. Yesterday I wasn’t feeling that great to begin with then I got all stubborn and scrubbed the shower. My sweet husband saw what I did when he got home and made sure I stayed in bed the rest of the day, serving my meals and making sure I had lots of water to drink. Thank goodness it’s just the two of us except for our cat, and he makes me feel better by keeping me company 🐈 I’m in my late 50’s and I’ve had fibro since my 20’s. It’s only been the last ten years or so that the effects have interfered with my life, even to the point of having to retire on disability. I can use all the help I can get when it comes to dealing with the flares – thank you so much for what you do!

    • Reply kristine September 19 at 2:05 pm

      Thank you SO much Theresa! What a lovely comment to open up my site to! What a wonderful partner you have on your journey. So often the story is heartbreakingly the opposite. Kudos to your Hubs! Have a wonderful week ♥

  • Reply Josette March 8 at 10:57 am

    Hi Kristine. I have really enjoyed reading some of your blogs today. I have now saved you as a bookmark and plan to follow you. Very helpful, inspiring, uplifting and informative. I will share some of this with my friends and family….maybe even my doctor!
    I’m not sure if this is some fibro-fog, but I signed up, but cannot seem to find the 5 Simple Solutions To Overcoming Everyday Challenges During A Major Flare-Up. Would you please send to me? Thank you very much.

    Happy Women’s Day to you and all the beautiful women out there!!

    • Reply kristine March 8 at 12:55 pm

      Hi and WELCOME Josette! Do me a favor, check your email. When you confirm to subscribe, the PDF should be sent to your inbox. Let me know how it goes! Either way, I’ll get it to you, just want to make sure all is working as it should…Have a wonderful day!! 🙂 ♥

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