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Issue #243: Holiday Gift Guides Galore – What to Give and What Not to Give to Your Chronically Ill or Disabled Friend

Issue #243: Holiday Gift Guides Galore – What to Give and What Not to Give to Your Chronically Ill or Disabled Friend | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 11 December 2020. Issue #243.

In this issue: A collection of holiday gift guides from various chronic illness bloggers. ‘Just because someone carries it well, doesn’t mean it isn’t heavy’. Certain products and gifts can actually be physically harmful or triggering for people with various chronic illnesses. Flavourful low histamine recipes for people with MCAS and other chronic conditions (you can win a copy of the e-book in the Christmmas Giveaway, too!). Delayed December writing prompts but they’re out! Living with chronic illness is harder than most people even realise. Molnupiravir is in Phase II / III clinical trials for SARSCoV2. Remember to check in with your chronically ill or disabled friend before giving them a gift, as what you think is lovely might not actually be suitable for them. Small businesses owned by people with chronic illness or disability you can support this holiday season. Public places with fluorescent lightings, loud noises and strong smells are a definite trigger for migraine.

*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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