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 […]

The Annoying Thing About Antiphospholipid Syndrome (and Then Some) | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note: I am not a doctor. This article is based on my personal experiences as a patient, and research from medical journals and resources that are reliable as far as I know. Nothing should be substituted for medical advice. Everyone is different, so please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols. […]

“Make Great Light” Review: UV Light Filters for Instant Indoor Protection | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note: While this post is sponsored by Make Great Light, all opinions expressed in this review are my own. My Personal Experience Working at Various Offices I started my career as a web developer in an advertising agency, and we occupied three different buildings over the span of two years. After I had to resign […]

What Got Me Curious About Flotation Therapy Flotation therapy has been within my interest radar for quite some time. Reviews from other chronic illness bloggers keep popping up on my social media feeds, and they are all positive. Most of these bloggers are caucasian women with fibromyalgia, however. There’s even an entire research project dedicated […]

A Chronic Voice | What You Reshare Can Change Someone Else's Life Forever

I wrote about how some advice given by others can quite literally kill in a previous post. There are some great alternative therapies out there, but there is no one-treatment-fits-all when it comes to chronic illness. The Chinese herbal brew you consumed might work wonders for you, but trigger liver failure in someone else. Many […]