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Issue #244: Ways to Cope with the Cold with Chronic Illness & 95% of People with Chronic Pain Suffer from Insomnia

Issue #244: Ways to Cope with the Cold with Chronic Illness & 95% of People with Chronic Pain Suffer from Insomnia | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 18 December 2020. Issue #244.

In this issue: A ‘slanket’ (sweater plus blanket) can be awesome for coping with the winter cold with Multiple Sclerosis. Over 95% of people with chronic pain would meet the clinical diagnosis of insomnia. A compilation of what hurts and helps the most over the holiday season, from 18 people with chronic illness and disability. How the indifferent attitudes of society make it difficult those with chronic illness and disability from leaving their homes. The pain of going from a social person to complete isolation can hurt more than chronic pain itself. Has it been an exhausting day, month, year or life?; Share more in the December writing prompts. The problem of being not well enough to work full-time, yet not sick enough to claim disability benefits. A list of 12 ways to manage chronic pain naturally. Being in pain all the time consumes a lot of energy and requires more effort than a healthy person. A poem on baby loss, where the child is forever remembered in traces all around us.

*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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