Doctors not taking you seriously? People with chronic illness are often dismissed or treated poorly. Here are some practical tips to help you get the most out of your appointments.
If you’re looking to get your chronic pain product, service, or app in front of an audience looking to buy, you’ve come to the right place. Advertise on chronic illness website, I Told You I Was Sick!
Are you thirsty all the time? Are you living with an autoimmune disease, digestive disorder, or other invisible illness? Chronic dehydration is a problem for spoonies. Learn how to finally get relief!
Dating is complicated enough. Let’s add a chronic illness while we’re at it! If you’re living with a chronic illness, you need to try this app! Lemonayde is the dating app for individuals living with chronic illness.
Unfortunately, autoimmune disorders can affect almost every single part of your body, from your nerves and joints to your eyes, which can be very tedious and painful.
Having an autoimmune disorder can be confusing as you may not know enough about the inner workings of the disease, especially if you’re newly diagnosed. This is when your immune system tends to damage its own healthy cells, up to and including the ones in your eyes.
Are you living with chronic joint pain? Copper compression clothing can help relieve your pain safely and naturally! (Get better sleep, too.)
How could anyone wish for cancer?? At first glance, you might think it’s horrible, but step into the shoes of a person with debilitating chronic illness, and try to understand.
Why doesn’t this article title use the word “crisis” instead of “crackdown”, you ask?
Because when it comes to prescribed pain pills, there is no crisis. It’s completely fabricated.
However, it has brought about a true crisis in the chronic pain community, and that crisis is patients dying by suicide at an alarming rate due to their inability to receive prescribed medication that controls their unbearable pain.
1. When were you diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease? What kind of IBD do you live with?
I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in March 2013 at age 25.
2. What are some conventional methods you've used or tried to treat your IBD?