When people think about their diet, they think about the impact that it’s having to their waistline. The thing is, the food that you eat has a much bigger impact on the body as a whole, and what you eat will affect your brain, your eyes, your muscles, your heart - you name it, your … Continue reading Do you need to change your diet?
I've written my first ever ebook. It's called An A-Z of Chronic Pain and I wrote it to help you. Find out more about my ebook below. Click the images below to buy your copy, and get it free if you have Kindle Unlimited - try free for 30 days. Amazon UK Amazon US What … Continue reading EBOOK: An A-Z of Chronic Pain
Your health is so important these days, and you need to do as much as you can to work toward improving this as much as possible. Think about what it takes to make the most of this, and factor in the ideas that can help you to become healthier in your life. You need to … Continue reading Changes you can make to work toward better health
There are some things that we can do to help our overall health that can possibly also help our pain. Drinking enough water is one of them. In this post I delve in to why drinking enough water and being hydrated is so important, what happens when we are dehydrated, and what you can do … Continue reading Staying hydrated: why it’s important and how it can affect your pain
This is a collaborative post and the ideas and opinions expressed are of the author. Sleep is an important part of life and health, and this is all the more true if you are dealing with a specific medical issue, such as chronic pain. It is, after all, while we are asleep that our bodies … Continue reading Insomnia: Why it happens and what to do about it
I've always said that walking helps my chronic pain. I've written several blog posts about it previously, and always try to encourage others to up their walking if they can. I wanted to give you a quick update on what I am currently doing and how I'm building daily walking exercise in to my pain … Continue reading Walking for chronic pain: What I’m doing
I've learned that the best way to look after my chronic pain is to look after me. If I'm healthy, energised, and feeling well in myself, it makes managing my pain so much easier. When I'm unhealthy, lethargic, and feeling unwell, then obviously the opposite happens - managing my pain is so much harder. I'm … Continue reading Wellbeing wisdom: Eat the rainbow
In last week's first post of this new seires, I jumped in the deep end and spoke about stepping out of my comfort zone. I wanted to talk about my events of the week to highlight how this can help us and how it makes us feel when we make that leap and try something … Continue reading Wellbeing wisdom: what is wellbeing?
I am delighted to have another guest post on the blog this week. Amanda Pratt from www.imaginelifetherapy.com shares her top 5 tips for better self care for anyone with chronic pain or chronic illness. Amanda has lived with Fibromyalgia, Lupus and several other chronic conditions for years, and knows exactly how devastating and difficult it … Continue reading 5 Tips for Better Self Care
This is a guest post from Kirsten at Graphic Organic who writes about how to start exercising again with chronic pain. Kirsten is a 20-something year old from Belgium. Since she was 9 years old she's lived with multiple chronic illnesses. She is an entrepreneur working from home. Her business is called Graphic Organic. She … Continue reading How to start exercising again with chronic pain