Monday, 24 December 2007

Happy Holidays -back pain tips.



HAPPY HOLIDAYS MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
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to all who celebrate)


Just to wish you the best time over the holiday period. I hope it is a time to relax and take care of yourself. Enjoy the festivities and have a wonderful time :)

(Heres a photo of our gorgeous Goldie opening pressies a few years ago)

Don't put too much pressure on yourself to do everything or take part in everything. Just do what you CAN DO and dont worry about the rest. Still do all the things you have been doing to take care of your back and try to relax and enjoy this time.

I know it is not always an easy time for many people... If you are in pain holiday periods can be extra stressful especially if you try to do a lot of running around.

It is important you take care of YOU too. Know what helps you to r-e-l-a-x and build that in to the schedule.

If you are on medication or taking any regular herbal tablets make sure you have enough in stock to last you over the holidays.

Keep any medical phone no's you think you may need in a safe place.

If travelling to a new area to visit people ensure you are aware of the nearest medical faclility just in case.

If you are in too much pain to go out to do all the social things at this time, know that you are especially in my thoughts and prayers... If you need to talk to anyone over the holiday period then seek out a good back pain discussion forum; there are usually folks around only too happy to chat, and more importantly who understand what you are going through. We all need someone to listen now and again.

Whatever your circumstances know that I am thinking of you all who are coping with back and sciatic pain and sending good thoughts your way for a healthy and happy holiday time.


With peace and love
jasmine ann


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