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) […]

This Year's Grand Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice (8 Awesome Products Up for Grabs!) | A Chronic Voice

*Note: A big THANK YOU to our sponsors in this year’s Grand Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice: Slick Chicks, Thrive Tape, Winnie’s Picks, YuYu Bottle, Kathryn Trueblood, Nikki Albert, Lene Andersen and Sue Ingebretson! All opinions expressed in this giveaway post are my own, and may contain affiliate links. It will cost you nothing […]

4 Healthier and Greener Period Products You Can Switch to Right Now | A Chronic Voice

There may be many brands of period pads and tampons on the market, but they mostly emphasise on length or absorption capabilities. Reusable and organic products for menstruation are on the rise however, and for a number of good reasons. *Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by The Period Co., all opinions expressed in this […]

Benefits And Risks Of Saunas For People With Chronic Diseases | A Chronic Voice #sauna #infrared

Many cultures around the world include the regular use of a sauna for a healthier lifestyle. It is believed to have considerable benefits for the body such as easing pain, helping the immune system, relieving tired muscles, extending lifespan, and many others. Many also adapt to regular sauna sessions to help manage their chronic diseases. […]

Book Recommendations for the Chronically Ill: Part III | A Chronic Voice

I am finally getting around to the third installment of book recommendations, specially dedicated to my fellow chronic illness friends! Not all of these books are solely about health and illness; we need a break from these topics sometimes, don’t we?! But they are more or less related to humanity, the human body, and the […]

Coping with Chronic Illness: Creating Your Safe Space and Safety Net

Receiving a diagnosis of a chronic illness is an extremely daunting time in your life and knowing what to do next can be difficult. There is so much to think about and having the right people around you will make this easier. A chronic illness can affect your life in many ways and so being […]

‘Stress Less’ Now: a Complete Course by a Psychologist Who Lives with Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not cost you anything to click on them, but I will get a small referral fee from any purchase, which will be used to maintain this blog. Thank you! Stress is Part of Life, and More so with Chronic Illness I have a friend, Julie, whom I […]

How to Rewire Your Brain to Manage Chronic Pain (and Resources to Help) | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

In order to know ‘how’ to rewire our brains to manage chronic pain, first we need to understand ‘what’ pain and neuroplasticity even are. Let’s take a closer look at their definitions and causations to begin with. *Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by Pathways, all opinions expressed are my own. I am also not […]

5 Essential Tips for Living with a Common Digestive Disorder | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: This is a sponsored post. This list is a general guide for common health conditions, and should not be taken as medical advice. Always be sure to check with your doctor before you start on any new treatment or protocol. Whether you experience regular diarrhea, heartburn, bloating, or stomach cramps, living with a digestive […]

Asthma and Sleep: Overcoming the Terror and Finding Relief | A Chronic Voice | Featured ImageaAsthma and Sleep: Overcoming the Terror and Finding Relief | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: This is a sponsored post. Although asthma can be a potentially dangerous breathing disorder, it can by and large be managed with success. During the day, an inhaler may be used to deal with sudden asthma attack symptoms and prevent the sufferer from needing emergency services. Therapeutic breathing treatments can also make breathing a […]