Top Health Tweets Issue #80: That Feeling When You Get a Doctor Who Listens & Tips to End Painsomnia | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 21 Oct. Issue #80. In this issue: How I learned to befriend my inner child. Tips to end the vicious painsomnia cycle. Q&A: What are some secret pockets of time you look forward to every day? Adaptation is our greatest strength and flaw as human beings. Living a passion-filled life with Multiple Sclerosis. When […]

Issue #75: The Power of “I Believe You” & Death by Board Games and Tea. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 16 Sep 2017. Issue #75. In this issue: The little thing society can do for those in chronic pain. “I believe you” – three very powerful words. Changing our world views in order to thrive with chronic illness. How to keep your house clean even while ill. Spoonie problems: death by board games and […]

Back Pain Blues? A Physiotherapist Shares Some Tips. | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Jeremy and Joanna are both physiotherapists who have been travelling around the world since 2010, working in all sorts of interesting places! They are committed to staying as healthy as possible while on the road. Today Jeremy shares some basic insight into back pain from a physiotherapist’s perspective, and also […]

Issue #73: Adapting to a Forever Illness & How Bad do You Have to Hurt Before Being Taken Seriously? Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 02 Sep 2017. Issue #73. In this issue: What you can do even if you don’t understand what someone else is going through. The problem with using depression as a diagnosis excuse. How bad do you have to hurt before you’re taken seriously? Learn how to share your truth in a way others can […]

Issue #72: Yoga Poses & Kitchen Tools to Help Manage Chronic Pain. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 26 Aug 2017. Issue #72. In this issue: Helpful kitchen tools if you have chronic pain. Embrace kindness in the full sense of the word. 10 specialists needed just to manage one chronic illness. Yoga poses that may ease bladder and chronic pain. Interview about essential oils and how to use them. A look […]

How Essential Oils Can Benefit You: Interview with Sally of "Hope, Health, Healing". Click to read or pin to save for later | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Sally first contacted me when I expressed curiousity and interest towards essential oils on social media. She kindly offered to send some free samples (which I’ve featured in this post), and also agreed to an interview! She shares her knowledge of their benefits both for everyday usage, and as a […]

Issue #68: Acceptance Means Gaining a New Perspective. Click to read or pin to save for later. www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 29 Jul 2017. Issue #68. In this edition: Imagine what it feels like when invisible pain becomes visible. When your grandparents are more active than you are. The number one cause of death in the world is from chronic illnesses. 81% of patients report pain relief using Quell. Acceptance means gaining a new perspective, […]

Issue #67: Yearning to Give More as a Parent & 30 Mad Skills of Chronic Patients: Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sunday, 23 Jul 2017. Issue #67. In this edition: Yearning to give more as a parent with chronic illness. Passing on the blogging inspiration. Identifying with ‘normal’. Climbing our mountains one baby step at a time. One patient’s quest to manage pain with alternative therapies. 30 mad skills you learn as a spoonie. Gentle exercises […]

Issue #63: A Seaside Vacation with Migraines & a Male's POV on Fibromyalgia - Click to read or pin to save for later - www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 24 Jun 2017. Issue #63. In this edition: Trying flotation therapy for chronic pain relief. Happiness starts right at home in our hearts. Tips for managing PoTs this summer season. I can give some more, despite whatever I feel. Going on a seaside vacation with migraines. Nine ways to manage chronic pain and self-care. […]