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Issue #195: Taking Pain Medication to Live Life, Not to Get High & Pain from Mental Illness Can be Worse Than Physical Pain

Friday, 10 January 2019. Issue #195.

In this issue: Straws account for less than 0.03% of marine plastic pollution, yet disabled people who rely on them are being singled out. Managing pain by resting and quickly returning to a strict routine. CBG and its aid with sleep. Travelling can be exhausting even for a healthy person, and taking day flights help with managing the pain. The different problems in regards to healthcare access of first vs third world countries. The problems of having a sitting disorder, and the need to constantly lie down to manage the pain. Taking pain medications is essential to living life, not getting high. Sometimes the pain from mental illness can be worse than the physical ones, and no one has the right to judge that. Chronic pain is more than enough to handle, there is no need to drag the heavy burden of guilt along. Increase your social media presence and raise awareness with the Chronic Illness Social Pod.

*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.

Read More: A Roundup of Biggest Pain Flare Triggers (from 40 People with Chronic Illness)

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