Puja Rios is a founder, chairwoman, consultant, mentor and director of sales as well as executive board member of Bright Pink and Chronic Pain advocate.
Her mission to rebrand Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain has led her to be recognized as Fibro Daily's #1 Fibro Awareness Advocate and WEGO Health's 'best blog' and 'rookie of the year' finalist.
By working with top doctors through trial and error, Puja has dissected and revealed the seemingly endless effects of Fibromyalgia and CP and uses her voice to support over 100 million Americans diagnosed with these illnesses.
She is the author of the Huffington Post feature blog, 'Me vs. Fibromyalgia,' as well as a contributor to TheMighty.com, NewLifeOutlook.com and most recently, Thrive Global.
Puja brings a fresh, no excuses perspective to managing Chronic Pain. As someone who has made it to the top of her field (and stayed there) with this intense disease, she is proof that you can be successful with a multitude of Chronic Illnesses. Puja is a true role model for the next generation of Chronic Pain patients.
There is no end to the symptoms of fibromyalgia, and excessive sweating is further proof. Here are five ways to cope with fibromyalgia and sweating.
Fibromyalgia pressure points are located on the knees, lower back and buttocks, hips, upper back, neck, chest, and elbows.
You already know that fibromyalgia and summer don't mix well. Thankfully there are tips on how to stay cool and comfortable while having fun this summer.
Fibromyalgia has many symptoms, one including bloating. So, how do you deal with fibromyalgia and bloating? With these four simple ways, of course.
To gain a deeper understanding of what it's like to suffer from Fibromyalgia, Puja offers you a peek into the hidden reality of fibromyalgia.
Many people with fibromyalgia also experience depression. Puja offers her own tips on how to prevent depression to other fibromyalgia warriors.
Forgetting to take your meds? The DrugStars app sends reminders to your phone when the time comes to take your medication and has other great perks!
Raising awareness around fibromyalgia and allergies may save the people in the fibro community lots of uncertainty, extra doctor visits, and suffering.
Ever asked yourself, "How can I help others?" If you have fibro and looking to help others, Puja talks about how to help others when you have fibromyalgia.
When your cortisol levels are high or low, it may affect inflammation, pain levels, and energy. Learn how cortisol and fibromyalgia are connected.