Celeste Cooper, RN

Celeste Cooper, RN, Health Professional

Celeste Cooper, R.N., is a freelance writer focusing on chronic pain and fibromyalgia. She is lead author of Integrative therapies for Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Myofascial Pain and the Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain book series. She enjoys her family, writing and advocating, photography, and nature. Connect with Celeste through her website CelesteCooper.com, Twitter @FibroCFSWarrior, or follow her Facebook page.

What You Can Do About Dry Eye

Dry eye is a complex condition that can occur with other health disorders, with aging, or as a primary problem.
Celeste Cooper, RN

Piriformis Syndrome, Sciatica or Both?

When pain turns chronic, you’re not sure if you should worry and go to the doctor or go out and get yourself a massage. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Celeste Cooper, RN

Spring, Sinusitis, and Fibromyalgia

After months of cold weather that winter brings, many people welcome spring with open arms. However, for some of us, it also means stuffy noses, watery itchy eyes, sinus pressure, and headaches. For those of us with fibromyalgia, it can also mean our ...
Celeste Cooper, RN

Chronic Pain and Sleep

Over 100 million Americans experience persistent pain. It can wake us up with a jolt; keeps us from getting to sleep, or causes microarousals leading to fragmented sleep by interrupting the slow wave healing stages.
Celeste Cooper, RN

RLS, Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain

Do you experience a creepy, crawly, pulling sensation and the overwhelming urge to move your legs in an effort to make it stop? You could be suffering from RLS.
Celeste Cooper, RN

10 Tips for Managing Fibrofog

Fibrofog is a term used to describe short-term memory loss, trouble finding common words, transposing letters and numbers, losing our train of thought, etc. Unfortunately, it’s a common symptom of fibromyalgia.
Celeste Cooper, RN

How to Motivate Yourself to Exercise

Let’s face it: exercising with chronic pain can be a real drag. The key is finding the right type of exercise for your pain type and something you actually enjoy doing.
Celeste Cooper, RN