Monthly Archives: March 2014

M.E. and the Lake District

A couple of tweets in my timelime over the past few days have reminded me of my experiences in the Lake District in 2005 and 2006. @pmphillips recently climbed Scafell Pike with a group of friends, in weather similar to … Continue reading

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My First Tweet

Apparently, today (21st March 2014) is Twitter’s 8th birthday. I don’t know if this is the reason, but there have been several entries in my timeline recalling people’s first tweets. As it happens, today is also the 2nd anniversary of … Continue reading

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M.E., Fainting, and the Medical Profession

One of the most worrying symptoms in ME (and some other chronic illnesses) is the feeling of dizziness, or being light-headed, and in extreme cases fainting, blacking out. It is sometimes accompanied or preceded by tachycardia (increased heart rate) and/or … Continue reading

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Sleeping like a Princess

Ok, so I haven’t written any blog posts for a while. This isn’t because of a lack of ideas; there are quite a few half-formed ones in my head. Rather, it’s a lack of energy to put these into a … Continue reading

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