There's no doubt that it's been a difficult year for everyone, not least for bloggers and the self-employed. I've not done as much with my blog as I'd planned to, but I've still managed to produce some interesting topics (and hopefully you agree). I wanted to share a summary of my best posts of 2020 … Continue reading My best chronic pain and wellbeing posts of 2020
This week I am delighted to have a guest post from Brandon Ulmer of Elevation Process. I've worked with Brandon several times before and it is such a joy and an education at the same time. And this time, Brandon talks about the difficulties of sleep and chronic pain, which I'm sure is something a … Continue reading Sleep and chronic pain: the new program that can help you!
Puzzles are often seen as a simple hobby and a way to relax and pass the time. They provide a daily challenge that keeps the mind occupied and the opportunity to test our abilities to see if we can complete the puzzle. There are also ways that they can help you cope with chronic pain … Continue reading The surprising ways puzzles can help you cope with pain
I've had endometriosis pain for probably 20 years now. It's not nice at all, and it takes over your life. I've tried all sorts of treatment but even when it's successful, it's a short-term fix due to the complications and side-effects that comes with it. For me, and many other women who have this debilitating … Continue reading 5 things you need to know to help you cope with endometriosis pain
Quite simply, I wanted to create something short and sweet to help people living with chronic pain. The book is in an A-Z format that gives a practical overview of what people can do to help cope and manage their pain better. In this post I give a little more detail about why I wrote … Continue reading Why I wrote my chronic pain book
There is always more I can do to help improve my posture. I spend a lot of my day on a laptop, either sitting or standing at my desk, and find that bad posture can make my other pains worse. Today's blog is a guest post from John at Yourbackpainrelief.com - John shares 5 posture … Continue reading 5 posture exercises to help your daily routine
Having a good posture is more important than ever. Our lives have become very sedentary and static and we often spend lots of time watching TV, and using our phones, laptops and other wireless devices. We need to spend a little more effort thinking about our posture to make sure we don't cause any other … Continue reading The benefits of good posture and 3 easy ways to improve yours
I'm delighted to have another guest post from Brandon Ulmer at Elevation Process. This week, the topic is distraction and why it helps with pain. I've written several posts about distraction previously, but this post goes in to the theory behind it - something that I am extremely grateful to Brandon for explaining. A while … Continue reading The power of distraction and why it helps with pain
Chronic pain is something that no one ever would choose to have. Millions of people live with it everyday and it affects them more than just with the pain itself. Read this post to understand exactly what is chronic pain and the different ways it can affect you. What is chronic pain - the definition … Continue reading What is chronic pain?
I've always found that the more I learn about chronic pain and pain management, the more I learn to accept things and cope better. I'm constantly wanting to learn more about pain, why certain things can make my pain worse, and understand what I can do to self-manage things as much as I can. I … Continue reading The best online programme that helps you self-manage your chronic pain