Tag Archives: autonomic dysfunction

Now just a minute, what is this thing called pain?

There are all kinds of different types of pain. One kind is the pain we feel when we touch something that is too hot, too cold or too sharp.  This kind of pain exists to try to protect us by … Continue reading

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Building Awareness: What All Chronic Pain Sufferers Have In Common

Today, about two months and two weeks after my heart attack, I went back to continue the high dose IVIG (intravenous immunoglobulin G) treatments that were recommended by the doctors at the Mayo Clinic last summer. I am just back … Continue reading

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Trying to Get Back to the “New Normal”: Post Heart Attack Musings

***It’s been about a month since my last post.  I haven’t really felt very good.  On some days, I’ve done a lot, but the fatigue has put me down for a couple of days thereafter.***  ***Part of the problem seems … Continue reading

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Why It’s Been Difficult to Post

The above Benjamin Franklin quote that I shared on my Facebook site (www.facebook.com/mcreyscope) is one of the more popular ones that I ever did (original credit retained in photo above). We certainly do age too quickly and wise up far … Continue reading

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