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Issue #287: Books Recommended on the Topic of ‘Breathing’ & Living with Chronic Illness Means You Don’t Get Much Choice in Many of the Things You Experience Daily

Issue #287: Books Recommended on the Topic of 'Breathing' & Living with Chronic Illness Means You Don't Get Much Choice in Many of the Things You Experience Daily

Friday, 22 October 2021. Issue #287.

In This Issue:

  1. Some books my psychiatrist recommended on the topic of breathing.
  2. Living with chronic illness means that you do not get a choice for many things you experience every day, or how you want to live your life.
  3. The stigma of the chronically ill being too lazy or proud to work part-time or menial jobs.
  4. Exercise can help you to figure out which parts of your body need to be strengthened and loosens your muscles, so you feel less discomfort.
  5. The annual Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice is a bit like an online holiday party for the chronically ill and disabled; come join in as a sponsor or participant, too!
  6. Many POTs and Dysautonomia patients are advised to drink 2-3 litres of fluid per day and to stay well hydrated especially in the morning.
  7. To be human is to need connections on all levels, including social. In fact, social and physical pain share the same neural pathways.
  8. Whilst courage may be visible, invisible disabilities still remain invisible. Read more as advocates share during Invisible Disabilities Week.
  9. Peppermint oil can help provide nausea relief for migraine and more, by rubbing on your temples or behind the ears, or just smelling it.
  10. Friendly Shoes – one of the best adaptive shoe brands for AFO (leg brace) wearers, foot drop and other disabilities, as recommended by a person with chronic illness.

*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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