Flu-like Symptoms & Central Sensitivity

While central sensitivity involves a lot of flu-like symptoms in general, there are some things that can make these symptoms more pronounced. These symptoms can include flu-like aches and pains (dull, achy, sharp, pinch), altered sense of smell, congestion, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, swollen, soar, and watery eyes,…

Severe Central Sensitivity: What It Feels Like

On August 24, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, By ,, , With No Comments

It’s impossible to really express in words what it feels like to have have severely debilitating central sensitivity. In fact, it’s impossible to fully capture any severity of central sensitivity through words alone. So, since a picture is worth a thousand words, I thought I would use images in an…

Nutrition 101 – For People With Central Sensitivity Syndromes

The overall rule of thumb for nutrition for people with CSS – avoid foods that are *rich* in anything, or at least make sure you’re not doubling up. Banana milkshake for lunch + lots of asparagus for dinner = too much potassium = tighter muscles and more muscle pain. Skip…

My Severe Pain Relief Guide

The following is my guide to treating sudden onsets of pain and other symptoms. While they work wonders for mes, they may not all work for you. I hope you find at least some of these relief programs successful in your sudden onsets of symptoms. And I hope you keep…

It Hurts to Stand – Centralized Pain

On May 25, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, By ,,, , With No Comments

Whether it’s standing in line in the checkout aisle, or standing while cooking, CSS can be more painful standing still than to on the go. In fact, moving, and I mean really moving, creates endorphins which are the body’s natural pain killers. So, if you’re walking at a brisk pace…