If you have an invisible illness, you know the experience of looking (more or less) okay on the outside so other people have no idea what it’s like for you to just get through the day.
Conditions like chronic pain, migraine, fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Crohn’s, epilepsy, diabetes, traumatic brain injury, lupus, and irritable bowel syndrome can take a devastating toll on you. You lose time, the ability to be productive, and quality of life when symptoms are in the moderate to severe range for your condition.
Trying to manage your symptoms can feel like a full-time job and the experience can be like playing a game of “whack a mole,” trying to figure out what makes your symptoms better or worse.
As a person who has managed ME/CFS from early adulthood, I understand the unpredictability and overwhelm that can come with managing a chronic condition. I know the invisible illness life hacks and know what needs to be fixed and when for you to see a big difference in your ability to function and enjoy your life.
Let me help you learn how to manage whatever is challenging you. Know you are not alone and things can get better.