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Issue #284: How Exercise Can Help Fight Chronic Fatigue & Chronic Pain Dictates What You Can and Can’t Do Every Day

Issue 284: How Exercise Can Help Fight Chronic Fatigue & Chronic Pain Dictates What You Can and Can’t Do Every Day

Friday, 01 October 2021. Issue #284.

In This Issue:

  1. Exercise can help fight chronic fatigue by reducing inflammation, increasing endorphins, improving sleep and more.
  2. Chronic pain dictates what you can and can’t do in your life, when and how, even for the most basic everyday chores such as eating and washing your hair.
  3. Studies have shown that the ability to process blood sugar in healthy young men decreased to almost match those of diabetics, after they only got four hours of sleep per night for a week.
  4. A common chronic illness problem – trying out a few different forms of the same supplement, such as iron, before finding one that works for a condition, like haemolytic anaemia.
  5. Toxic positivity is now the premier coping mechanism for pain management, as doctors have decided pain is all about the attitude and mindset.
  6. The migraine brain likes consistency, so it’s important to eat at consistent times, and to keep non-perishable food items at hand just in case.
  7. Whilst faking being well is exhausting, it can still be preferable for many who are chronically ill, rather than wasting yet more precious energy defending their invisible illness.
  8. Managing chronic pain and symptoms is a full-time job, even on holidays and Christmas!
  9. Thinking and concentrating are two different things, especially with chronic pain which can impact your ability to concentrate tremendously.
  10. 20 million people live with ME/CFS worldwide, and many of them are bed bound, unable to talk, walk or tolerate light and sound. #PainAwarenessMonth

*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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