Burning Nights help raise awareness for CRPS and RSD sufferers
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)/ Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) is not well known and affects approximately 5% of all injuries that occur. The main characteristic of this condition is an extreme constant burning pain which lasts a long time after an incident has occurred. It usually occurs within one or more of the limbs, typically legs, arms feet and hands.
Burning Nights was created by a woman named Victoria who is a sufferer of CRPS and she thought up her website in order to spread the awareness of this condition. She does this by defining the condition in impressive detail, expressing her own story and providing support for other sufferers along with the sufferer’s family, friends and carers.
The website has multiple pages dedicated to CRPS support for carers, families and friends. Each page goes into thorough detail of managing your health, your finances and your treatments whilst also providing references to several support groups or health websites.
Coping with the chronic pain and the mental effect that CRPS/RSD brings is no easy process by any stretch and is definitely not something an individual should have to go through alone. Burning Nights provides the support that could help you overcome this condition. The different stages of CRPS are explained accurately within the website to help prepare you.
There is even a shop within the website which offers awareness postcards, bookmarks, car stickers, medical awareness USB’s and there is even a book available which is about Victoria’s struggle.