Issue #165: The Dread of Summer When You Can't Regulate Your Body Temperature & Craving That Elusive Thing Called Sleep | Featured Image

Friday, 14 June 2019. Issue #165. In this issue: The dread of summer when you can’t regulate your body temperature. When your supportive community turns hostile, because you’re in remission. The constant reminder from others about how prednisone makes you fat, when you’re just trying to stay alive. It would be nice to take a […]

Issue #164: Schedule Time to Rest or Your Body Will Do So for You & the World is Still a Wondrous Place Despite all the Suffering that Exists | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 07 Jun 2019. Issue #164. In this issue: Updated About page on A Chronic Voice with more information and resources. Schedule time for rest or your body will do so for you, and it won’t be pleasant. Your illness can’t be that bad because you’re still alive, right? Whilst yoga does not cure chronic […]

Issue #163: Living in Silence with Chronic Illness for Fear of Being a Burden & Tips to Improve Your Quality of Life as a Person with Disabilities | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 31 May 2019. Issue #163. In this issue: Tips to improve your quality of life with some home and lifestyle changes, as a person with disabilities. Being hypersensitive to everything from light to vibration and temperature with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Living in silence with chronic illness for fear of being a burden, and how writing/blogging […]

Tips & Tools to Help Regain Independence with a Disability or Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by Age UK Mobility, all opinions expressed in this review are my own. Living with a disability, whether visible or invisible, can transform the simplest everyday task into a challenging beast. One that requires tremendous effort to overcome, and saps you of energy when the day has barely begun. […]

Issue #162: When You Forget What it Feels Like to be Pain-Free & There are Many Sources of Hope, Which Looks Different for Everyone | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 24 May 2019. Issue #162. In this issue: Feeling like a private investigator with chronic illness, as you seek out effective treatments. The admiration for and strength required to survive depression every day. A gentle reminder that bad thoughts will pass. There are many sources of hope out there, and it comes in different […]

Issue #161: Hundreds of People Share What Helps Them to Regain Independence & Ride a Pain Flare Out Gently to Minimise Its Impact Featured Image

Friday, 17 May 2019. Issue #161. In this issue: Hundreds of people share their tips and thoughts on what helps them regain some independence in life. The scepticism and lack of specialist care services in many parts of the world for ME/CFS. The foreign notion of ‘never recovering’ that healthy people can’t grasp. When your […]

Issue #160: Hundreds of People with Chronic Illnesses Share Their Thoughts on What They Find Most Challenging, Besides the Pain Itself | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 10 May 2019. Issue #160. In this issue: Hundreds of people with chronic illnesses share their thoughts on what they find most challenging, besides the pain itself. Publication of a new book with proceeds going to the charity, “Invest in ME Research”. Friendship isn’t about changing people, but showing up for them when they […]

Issue #159: Accepting Help as a Mother with Chronic Illness Only Benefits Your Family & the Power of Steroids - Good and Bad | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 03 May 2019. Issue #159. In this issue: Painkillers can be helpful in nipping a big flare at the bud. Managing unnecessary stress of unwanted advice by either nodding along mindlessly, or adding to the block list in life. A blood test created by Stanford University to detect Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis). The […]

How to Handle a Demanding Job When Living with a Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice

*Note: This is a sponsored post. If you have a chronic illness, trying to maintain a full-time job alongside other commitments can be challenging. Pushing yourself to the limits can leave you feeling exhausted and frustrated. However, what you may not realize is chronic illnesses are much more common than you think. Your health should […]