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fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby fibro-lu » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:30 am

hi,

in another thread it was mentioned about fibro and old injuries

I have this too that old injuries get painful with cold, stress etc

question:
is this called "kindling"
or is kindling used for mental issues,
or both?

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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby shazq » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:21 pm

Hi Lu

I put in "kindling" into Wikipedia and this is what it said:-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kindling

I find that my scars from my operations hurt more and itch in the colder weather.
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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby denys » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:25 pm

My scars ache and itch and old injury sites too :dunno:
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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby fibro-lu » Mon Feb 13, 2012 4:39 pm

thank you Shazq and Denys,

this sort of kindling referes more to withdrawing from stuff and adding or making each withdrawel more difficult/ harder

think I read somewhere (but can't remember where or when etc)
that ie traumas etc link themself together
and if something new happens
this new trauma somehow
holds on to the older ones
and they break out as one,
which is much bigger
than the new trauma would be
if it would be the first or only one
does this make sense?
maybe this is called something else
maybe there was a mention of circles or loops

think there was also mentioned that it is possible to un-kindle
God only knows how

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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby denys » Mon Feb 13, 2012 6:23 pm

It seems to be saying the same as you it seems very confusing, it states like small twigs producing a big fire. So not sure at all if its what you mean :dunno: :dunno: sorry Lu :hugs:
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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby fibro-lu » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:27 pm

don't worry denys,

I might/might not have saved it in the vaste amount of Favorites :crazy:
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Re: fibro and old injuries, kindling?

Postby fibro-lu » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:32 am

it is actually called

kindling model

originally used for "seizures" and bipolar

when I searched "kndling model fibromyalgia" quite a lot came up
anyway too tired now

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