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Issue #194: The Indescribable Debilitation of Chronic Fatigue & The Difference Between Active & Passive Suicidal Thoughts

Issue #194: The Indescribable Debilitation of Chronic Fatigue & The Difference Between Active & Passive Suicidal Thoughts | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 03 January 2019. Issue #194.

In this issue: Chronic fatigue – compared to pain – can be unfathomable as most people have never experienced it to such a debilitating extent. The link between chronic pain and psychological issues, which is obvious yet some research find ‘weird’. Writing to encourage empathy and to reduce ignorance. The exhaustion from trying to be good at self-care in order to feel ‘worthy’ of compassion. Autoimmune disorders are difficult to pin down, so even the best primary care physicians can struggle with diagnosing them. The pain of Trigeminal Neuralgia, where not all treatments and medications work for everyone. Clinical trials for a seaweed-based drug to improve cognitive function in Alzheimer’s. Invisible disabilities are real even if you can’t see them, and a video feature of spoonies. The differences between passive and active suicidal thoughts. Patience is required during the often slow healing process, but which is beneficial in the long term.

*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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