More electrolyte drink reviews

It’s been a while since I updated my electrolyte drink mega-review, which was lacking in powder drinks. I’ve rectified that by adding 5 more drinks to the table: Endura Rehydration Low Carb Fuel, Endura Rehydration Performance Fuel, Hydralyte Sports Powder, Ultima Replenisher Electrolyte Powder, and my old favourite, Powerade Zero. Continue reading “More electrolyte drink reviews”

Electrolyte drink review updates, and some thoughts on Banana Bag

Just letting you know I’ve updated my Electrolyte Drinks Mega-Review post with a couple more reviews. The first is for Repalyte, a flavour-free rehydration sachet which Ruth kindly sent me. It’s a handy alternative for those who cannot tolerate flavours or extra ingredients. The other is Aqualyte, an Australian-made product which proved a sugary disappointment. Check out my mega-review post for more! Continue reading “Electrolyte drink review updates, and some thoughts on Banana Bag”

Electrolyte drink mega-review

Usually my POTS* is content to take the back stage and let ME/CFS run the show, but recently it has been asserting itself in a rather forceful manner. Sitting on raised chairs, showering and just existing seems to send my blood rushing from my head to my feet, leaving me spending a lot of time on the floor or against my dresser with my legs up to get that pesky blood back where it belongs.

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Living with Bob: lack of accessibility for rural patients

Hi guys! The lovely Michelle from Living with Bob is running a series of guest posts for dysautonomia awareness month. She was kind enough to publish a piece I wrote about the unique challenges rural patients face in accessing adequate healthcare.

Princes Highway Ulladulla, 1920s
It’s a long way to the nearest city. Photo may be slightly out of date.

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