Welcome Christina – so excited for you to offer us your unique perspective – especially as a married person and as a worker in the health field, while having FA! I can’t wait to read more of your topics!
Hey Sally. A program I recommend is Dragonspeak.What specific issues is she having though?
If I go to a restaurant with good company, and we stay at the table after the meal is finished, or if I go somewhere for breakfast/brunch, I really enjoy a hot coffee.
However, hot coffee is not an easy task for us FAers.
What I normally do is to order the coffee in a to-go cup. I find it easier to manage a disposable cup than a glass…[Read more]
Frankie Frankie Frankie,
I just scrolled on this and laughed out loud. I’ve been in quite a few weddings and what you describe has never happened to me, but that is something that definitely would.
I know I’m a jerk but LOLOLOLOL
One thing I was surprised about at my yearly cardio check up was how much the doctor was in favor of my smart watch. He thinks it is great the way he can access the history from my phone and see my heart rate throughout the day. I never really considered this to be a big benefit to doctors.
Do you have a smart watch? What kind is it? Do…[Read more]
Even though getting your heart checked every year is strongly recommended for all FA patients, I’ve only been doing them for the past three years. Before that I didn’t know it was recommended.
I had my cardiologist appointment this week. They performed a sonogram on my heart and an EKG. The doctor was thankful I have an Apple watch, as it…[Read more]
I saw this video last night, and it stuck me:
I love the idea that life is more a dance or a song, than a means to an end. Making the best of each moment seems especially relevant to us with FA.
What do you think?
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