What do you see, beside my picture?
Can you see I have AS? Or Fibromialgya? Can you see or notice one of my eye is swollen?
Please let me know because that what this picture is for, to show you that you can appear normal even you have a disease.
Picture Credit To Nuria Arezzi if you want to contact her write me or check her fb profile!
Live the best you can!
I usually do not post anything related to other this is a sort of direct talk to you, and even you do not comment I see you reading me and this is important. I do not raise up money from this blog, I only want to be close to people that suffer of my same disease.
Browsing online I found this video, that explaing to the students a lot about our life friend Spondylitis, is a simple explanation for everyone. If you have time take a look !
Talk to you soon friends!
All my friends and followers in Facebook have already seen this pic! Is not about my pic of course is about us trying to exercise and be more flexible as we could.
I live in south Italy and I’m lucky to have a lot of sunny days so I can expose myself almost daily to the sun to have my dose of Vitamine D and you ? Do you take some time for you to enjoy the sun even during the winter ? Can you find 30 min in your day to catch the sun ? I try even in my small balcony and it works!
I’m sure I’m lucky to live few minutes driving from the sea side, but if you live far do you exercise ? I do in the water until I can usually from april to end of october, some season in november, and after that I exercise after work. I’m not going anymore to the gym to tell you the truth, for many reasons, but my lovely husband helps me in a training and he trains too.
And you ? Are you able to do some fitnessr? You do not have to do much to stay healthy and believe me if you do it with your husband or wife with a friend or someone from your family is a nice way to do it. Try it or give me your feedback.
Talk to you soon!
Have you ever experienced trouble during your speaking?
I do speak 3 languages and I do speak a lot, but sometimes I feel I can’t talk I can’t speak, like my brain is working and my tongue is not reacting in the correct way.
I was reading online that can happen, and is not a brain condition, my sensation is like my jaw can’t move and I can’t speak. And you maybe you would like to share with me your experience maybe I’m not the only person with AS having this!
I questioned myself, can be stress, because this do not happen everyday, but quite often when I’m nervous or concerning about something is going on in my life.
My solution is, apply yoga breathing and trying to relax, and you ? What do you do ? Other of my concerning is can this be also caused from using some medication? Should I change something in my diet? Should I change my routine? What should I do to feel better?
The sensation I have is feeling trapped !
Let me hear from you and your experience!
Talk to you soon …..
as I promised here I’m, to tell you about my summer and above all to know about yours.
My summer started just after they let us free after the lockdown, I moved to my grandma beach house and I’m still here and I’m working from here.
No bad at all, have the opportunity to jump into the water everyday after 6 pm. During my real vacation I went to Abruzzo region and I enjoyed a lot walking and exploring new historical towns.
Because remember exercise is good for people with our diseas. So my summer was very simple, working from home, walking swimming and enjoying my family!
What about yours?
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Everything started with a seasonal flu!
How many of us were thinking that! Me for sure….
After few weeks from the China Corona Virus Alarm, Italy my country was hardly hit it! Our family in Italy and all around the world was listen to the scary news we all went into a deep lockdown and our everyday life has changed.
The day that everything changed for me was March 9th 2020 all my routine all my habits all my dear one far away. All the hospital here in Italy were super busy taking care of Corona Virus Patients and us ? Patients with Rheumatic Diseases? Oh well, I personally I was lucky my Rheumatologist and my family Doctor answered to me all the time for any need! And you not only in Italy all over, I would like to hear from you, Please live your comment…
Talk to you soon….
yes sometimes I come back. Has been a rough period, no time to dedicate to my blog, because I have to work has just like everyone else and with the disease even my wonderful husband helps a lot is almost impossible to dedicate time!
I’m scheduling new blog’s articles where I can tell you about my personal situation with this worldwide pandemic situation.
Hopefully you will like it.
I want to say thank you to all the people they where keeping writing me even I wasn’t posting for long time.
I see you soon online
About 2 months ago, a person that I like and respect a lot contacted me, he wanted me to give a speech to a public of about 300 people. But he was smart he didn’t tell me that my audience was so big, and he knew I wasn’t talking anymore so often in public.
I accepted his invitation even it was hard time for my health, the comorbidities for my AS are bothering me a lot in this period, but I wasn’t afraid, and I faced 300 people in a conference room I went through a guided speech interview and I talk about me and my disease. It was the first time in front of my husband, that was there.
Some tears came up when I remembered the hard time with the pain, and the fear of do not walking and be not any more auto sufficient. I talked to that public and the public responded good people came over to talk to me asking me question, I went straight to their feeling just being me and tell them about my story.
This is something I wanted to share, and I want all of you that land into my page to do not be afraid and fight the diseases. Fight, we have treatments, but above all we are lucky because we can still do many things.
Hello everyone, has been a while since my last article, I know but my life since I’ve got married is so full that I spend less time by the computer.
Today I’m back to write you about my experience trying to approach tango classes with my husband.
I want to touch to 2 point in my article that people with rheumatic disease can know very well.
- When you have a rheumatic disease usually people loose their partner and friends, me with a rheumatic disease I got married so let say I won on this! 🙂 Regarding friends, I understood which one is worth to take with me!
- The second point is very close to point one is about love, believe me if it is hard for a couple without health problem think about me how hard can be, but you know what you have to believe it and trying to grow day by day with your partner. Now you are thinking so what about Tango…….
Here it start my today blogging, one of these bad period that everyone have, my husband look into my eyes and said what about thinking about having tango class together, my first reaction was oh my God, my husband the one who had so much hard time to dance during the weeding is asking me to go to tango class? It was a MIRACLE. Than few seconds ready I start to activate my brain and I thought what about if I can’t if my body will be sore or I’m so rigid because AS that I will look silly… But I already I said yes to him the only thing was trying and see if those classes can fit for us.
At the end of everything I can say the class are amazing, people are amazing, and after 6 months we are keeping going to class together, we love to rehearsal at home we love the feeling that we have dancing together. Tango class is our moment, even I’m not good as my husband has reveled (he is one of the best in out beginner class) he is there with me to hold me when I can’t make on my heals.
So tango, in my opinion can save your relationship with your partner, can teach you a right posture and above all makes you feel good and connected with your partner.