Chronic condition

Learn how to effectively manage chronic conditions with expert tips and insights. Take control of your health and live a fulfilling life with our comprehensive guide.
Can a chronic condition change your personality? Would I have been different had I not been managing chronic conditions? These questions may not seem like they’re worth answering because it’s all hypothetical (and can induce a bit of sadness) – but it is in fact a very valuable question. Click on image for more. #ChronicPain #MentalHealth #LifeLessons #Spoonie Change Your Personality, Symptom Tracker, Medication Tracker, Self Advocacy, Spoonie Life, Health Journal, Health Coaching, Medical Records, Chronic Condition

Can a chronic condition change your personality? Would I have been different had I not been managing chronic conditions? These questions may not seem like they’re worth answering because it’s all hypothetical (and can induce a bit of sadness) – but it is in fact a very valuable question. Click on image for more. #ChronicPain #MentalHealth #LifeLessons #Spoonie

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Shruti Chopra Footprints No Boundaries | All Things Endometriosis
The chronic pain cycle is a real thing! This is something i've heard SO many times from professionals. Chronic pain and chronic stress change how your brain and nervous system work, known as central sensitization, where your nervous system is in a constant state of overdrive! Thus being how the chronic pain cycle was formed. There are ways to break the pain cycle apparently Here are 6 tips for doing so: -Pace Yourself -Practice Relaxation & Stress Reduction -Exercise & Physical Activity -Find Ac Central Sensitization, Knee Surgery Recovery, Brain And Nervous System, Chronic Pain Management, Kidney Pain, Recreation Therapy, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Chronically Ill, Knee Surgery

The chronic pain cycle is a real thing! This is something i've heard SO many times from professionals. Chronic pain and chronic stress change how your brain and nervous system work, known as central sensitization, where your nervous system is in a constant state of overdrive! Thus being how the chronic pain cycle was formed. There are ways to break the pain cycle apparently Here are 6 tips for doing so: -Pace Yourself -Practice Relaxation & Stress Reduction -Exercise & Physical Activity…

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Collette Alger