Funny memes that perfectly describe what it is like to have a chronic illness during the holidays.
Life with one or more chronic illnesses is tough. Yet each year we expect our pain riddled bodies to keep up with the ghosts of Christmas or holiday past. Here are a few suggestions to help you survive the holidays!
Whether you have a chronic illness like fibromyalgia, autoimmune arthritis, or any other condition that has caused you to struggle with balance, these canes will have you looking sharp while remaining on your feet!
There is nothing normal about living with multiple chronic illnesses. So why do we expect ourselves to adhere to a holiday schedule that many healthy people struggle to keep up with? Today I am sharing why holiday timelines don’t work with chronic illness/pain.
Instead of waiting until 2020 to set and reach health goals, I am doing it now with the help of a Pack Health coach!
For healthcare to work, we the patient, need to be heard. Find out what I am doing to give the medical community a better understanding of what is important to us.
Meet the mobility aid that is going to make getting of the house out easier than ever before!
Carving a pumpkin can be difficult and painful when you have arthritic hands. Check out these Halloween hacks that will get you into the spirit without hurting your hands.
You won’t move forward or enjoy life until you are ready to leave the past behind
Ten costumes perfect for the chronically ill who are seeking comfort and cuteness!
Is joint pain hampering your life? Have you been told your pain is permanent? Fortunately, we’ve discovered many of the reasons why people get inflammation (and arthritis, which isn’t just a condition in our older population). Whether you’ve recently been diagnosed or have been living with joint pain for decades–especially those with rheumatoid or osteoarthritis–joinContinue reading “Address your joint pain NOW, before it’s too late!”
This week I would like to introduce you to one of my DisneyAbility readers/followers, Berenice R. from El Monte California and I am excited to share her experience with you. First let me tell you a little about Berenice. She is 32 years old, lives with multiple health issues, and is co-owner of Two SistersContinue reading “Berenice has Disney Ability!”