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Issue #231: A Comprehensive List of Assistive Devices from the Disabled Community & Great Chronic Illness Bloggers to Follow

Issue #231: A Comprehensive List of Assistive Devices from the Disabled Community & Great Chronic Illness Bloggers to Follow | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 18 September 2020. Issue #231.

In this issue: The first step to living life on your own terms is to face the enemy within and accept your chronic illness. The trouble with Chinese herbs with Antiphospholipid Syndrome, as many have blood thinning or thickening effects. The many reasons to join in the Linkups here: Community, advocacy, self-care, awareness and healing. The social isolation felt by those with chronic illnesses, when their symptoms are invalidated or they are excluded by friends and family. The number one recommendation for assistive devices for many conditions is a shower stool. Feeling guilty for being a burden due to your chronic illness isn’t rare, and the pain from that feeling can be excruciating. Strong, resilient women in the chronic illness blogging community to follow! Whilst a chronically ill person isn’t defined by their illness, their conditions do create challenges which they need to adapt constantly to. Reach out to the chronic illness community online – those who have been through or are going through what you’re facing, whenever you need. Migraine resources and techniques to cope with the heat.

*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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