Fibromyalgia (fms) is a chronic neurological condition that causes widespread pain, fatigue, insomnia, cognitive impairments, and a host of other symptoms. Many patients are forced to quit their jobs, studies and life dreams due to the impact of symptoms on their lives.
In Living the best life with Fibromyalgia, Alisha Nurse shares what’s worked for her, to enable her to make the best of life with this chronic illness. Alisha continues to work, and function more than many fms patients are able to. In this short narrative, she shares her health regime consisting of long-standing family remedies, and natural sources of pain relief.
An avid blogger whose writing focuses on living with fibromyalgia and depression, Alisha fiercely encourages fms patients to fight for their lives and not give in to this condition.
Living the best life with Fibromyalgia is a must-read for any fms patient who wants to regain control over their life, and win their battle against fibromyalgia.
"Alisha's book is full of great tips, but the best part she saved for last. The last section is just inspiring and actually brought tears to my eyes as I read it" – Julie Ryan, blogger, Counting My Spoons
"Interesting and thought-provoking book; full of ideas, tips, and first-hand knowledge. I loved the recipe section!" - Amy Mullholand, Blogger, The Fibro Frog
“Alisha has written an excellent book that takes us with her on her journey from diagnosis to taking back her life. If you are looking for a positive, easy to read book on living with Fibromyalgia, which includes great advice based on life experiences... this is the one! – Tamiko, blogger, My Foggy Brain
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About the Author
Alisha Nurse grew up on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. She holds an MA in International Journalism from the University of Westminster, London. Alisha loves exploring culture and ethnic identities having come from a mixed race family. She loves curry, sharing stories and talking to random people on public transportation. Alisha lives with fibromyalgia and clinical depression is keen to raise awareness. She blogs about her experiences at www.theinvisiblef.com