Neurocore works on the principle of neuroplasticity. The subject is given a detailed exam of their brain activity using state-of-the-art EEG equipment. / A Chronic Voice / #sponsoredpost

*Note: This is a sponsored post. ADHD, which stands for attention deficit hyperactive disorder, has been a DSM-recognized condition since 1968. Since then, many controversies have erupted over the disease, its proper classification and the best way to treat it. While many laypeople view ADHD as just another kind of personality, which, in times past, […]

Issue #126: The Hard Choices Beneath the Cheerful Demeanour & Your Mental Health is Also Affected When You're Physically Unwell | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 07 September 2018. Issue #126. In this issue: The hard choices beneath the cheerful demeanour, when you live with chronic pain. It’s okay to collapse on the bad days, and to deal with the despair bit by bit. Why would anyone bother to share their vulnerabilities on social media, when there’s so much negativity? […]

Issue #123: How Losing Your Career Due to Illness Can Impact Your Family’s Wellbeing & How Patients Can Support Each Other | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 17 August 2018. Issue #123. In this issue: The fallacy of repeated routines and lifestyles. How to survive a heatwave, as told by a spoonie. Self-talk and learning to trust in your own goodness. The Disabled Diva’s top three CBD products that can be purchased online. Struggling to get by while everyone else is […]

Issue #121: People with Chronic Illness Need Human Interaction Too & Thoughts About the Straw Ban from a Disabled Person

Friday, 03 Aug 2018. Issue #121. In this issue: A sad loss of a loved one to kidney failure and COPD, RIP 🙁 Things not to say to someone who suffers from chronic pain despite the unpredictability, which can make it seem unbelievable. There are homeless people on the street suffering from mental illnesses, and […]

Book Recommendations for Spoonies: Part 2 | www.achronicvoice.com

Welcome to the second edition of book recommendations for spoonies! Like the first roundup, these are all books written by people with illnesses themselves, or revolve around related topics. They’re suitable even if you’re a healthy person with no medical issues, and provide many interesting cultural and humane insights from around the world. I hope […]

Issue 117: Erasing Stigma About Mental Illness Through Conversations & a Lookbook of Young Adults in Their Wheelchairs | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 07 July 2018. Issue #117. In this issue: The need to erase stigma about mental illness by talking more about it. Life lessons from surviving college with chronic illness. Depressing thoughts that need to be shared. The mutual respect and coordination needed between doctors and patients. The fears of isolation from illness, and how […]

Issue #114: There is No Way for You to Know How Much Pain Someone Else is Going Through & Gratitude for a Body That Works Hard Despite it All | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 16 June 2018. Issue #114. In this issue: Finding the way back to hope. Every tissue and cell in our body renews at a faster rate when we sleep. An invitation to speak about pulmonary hypertension at the COPD conference in Rome. That guilty feeling when you look well and go out, even though […]

How Trauma Therapy Helped Me to Deal With PTSD | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: The term ‘PTSD’ is often associated with war veterans, yet trauma can stem from many other life circumstances as well. This includes things like accidents, childhood abuse, chronic pain, and other stressful situations. Some of the signs of PTSD are suicidal thoughts, insomnia, and recurrent flashbacks of the life-changing moment. […]