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Issue #142: Sleep is a Big Game Changer for Managing Chronic Pain & the Three Most Important Words You Can Say to the Chronically Ill

Issue #142: Sleep is a Big Game Changer for Managing Chronic Pain & the Three Most Important Words You Can Say to the Chronically Ill | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 28 December 2018. Issue #142.

In this issue: Sleep is a big game changer for managing chronic pain. Intolerance to most prescription pain medications, but cannabinoids have made a difference. I believe you – the three most powerful words you can say to the chronically ill. Breathe. What else in life could be more important than that? How to create a wellness planner and use them to manage your health data. The differences of nightfall, and the pursuit of sleep. Using your Fitbit as a benchmark and reminder to pace yourself. The frustration when nothing is wrong, visibly at least. Most people who are hurting are coming from a place of pain. Flare ups happen at any time, and do not give you a break just because it’s a holiday.

*Note: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is based on each person’s individual experiences and circumstances. It is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols.

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2 comments

  • We totally agree that sleep is a game changer in managing chronic pain! In fact, we recently published a post about how to get better sleep. Our #1 sleep tip is simply to get more sleep 😛

    Thanks for sharing these health tips! Every positive change can make a big difference in our care and quality of life 🙂

    • Haha that’s a smart one 😉 I will have to go check it out! And these are all the best tips gathered from all of us in the community. There’s always something to learn from everyone 🙂

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