Issue #193: The Middle Ground of Invisible Illness Where the Fight Isn't Seen & More Patient Perspective are Needed as Google Searches are Bland | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 27 December 2019. Issue #193. In this issue: Searching on Google about invisible illness: Bland, repetitive and overly general; more patient perspectives are needed. The fatigue that comes with needing to prove your self-care in order to be ‘worthy’ of compassion. If migraines just needed Tylenol for pain relief, there would be no need […]

Issue #192: Pain is Private, No One has the Right to Judge How You Cope & Winters May be Miserable, but Getting Cosy Can Feel Wonderful | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 20 December 2019. Issue #192. In this issue: Pain is private, and no one has the right to judge, doubt or comment on how you endure and cope with it. Ignore ignorant remarks and focus on creating good memories over the holidays. People more likely to feel pain on humid days. CBD Oil for […]

Wheelchair Accessible Winter Destinations | A Chronic Voice

*Note: This is a sponsored post. Winter may seem like a dreary season, but that’s all the more reason to get out there and brighten your day. Mobility issues won’t restrict your activities if you look out for wheelchair accessible travel destinations. Below are some of the best accessible holiday destinations for disabled travel – […]

Issue #191: Sickness Does Not Have a ‘Look’ & Finding Ways to Enjoy Life Despite the Constant Downpour | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 13 December 2019. Issue #191. In this issue: Those with chronic illnesses might dread instead of look forward to the holiday season, and three self-care infographics to help cope. Sickness does not have a ‘look’, and other pet peeves of those who live with invisible illnesses. You may be tired of hearing about the […]

Issue #190: The Longer You are in Pain, the More Sensitive You Become to It & The Decrease in Quality of Life with Every New Medical Catastrophe | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 06 Dec 2019. Issue #190. In this issue: The increase in sensitivity to pain, the longer you are exposed to it. A day in the life of a chronically ill 18 year old, where you even have trouble with doing your laundry. The endless emergency admissions and muggle sicknesses that took place in 2019. […]

Is Acupuncture a Useful Treatment for Chronic Pain? | A Chronic Voice

*Note: This is a guest post. Acupuncture might seem like an exotic, or even impossible method for treating chronic pain, but this ancient practice has now been accepted as a useful supplementary treatment for issues such as lower back pain, neck pain and even osteoarthritis conditions. Acupuncture is a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) […]

3 Important Holiday Checklists for Those with Chronic Illness (and Their Supporters) | A Chronic Voice

There are Contrasts in Every Season Holiday seasons are a time for fun and bonding, yet they can also be stressful periods, more so for some than others. Whilst many are out shopping for gifts, there are single mothers struggling to provide a simple meal for their children. Whilst many are drinking in celebration, there […]

Winners of the Grand Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice!

We ran eight giveaways over the past 10 days, sponsored by generous people with fantastic products. All winners were selected at random via the Rafflecoptor widget, with bonus entries taken into consideration as well. Take a quick look at the list below to see if you won anything! (Click here to view original post.) Winners […]