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    Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Chronic Pain

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    Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Chronic Pain Overview According to the National Institute of Health, over 25 million adults in the United States (over 11%) experience pain every day for a duration of at least 3 months....
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    Going Back to School with Chronic Pain 101

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    If you're a student, this is an exciting time of year for you. You're ready to return to school, springtime is mere weeks away and you're one semester closer to achieving your academic goals....
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    Animal Therapy for Chronic Pain: How Fluffy Can Help Heal

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    From aiding victims of disasters to sitting calmly at the bedside of those battling illness, comfort dogs can lend helping paws to those who need it most. Animal therapy for chronic pain can offer...
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    My Difficult ITP Diagnosis Journey That Made Me An Advocate

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    I don't really remember a day of my childhood where I felt “good”. Of course, at the time, I had no frame of reference for what “good” was supposed to feel like. I didn't...
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    Fighting Pain: Military Members with Chronic Pain

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    Members of the United States military serve our country to protect us and our freedom. Once they return home as veterans, we celebrate them and thank them for our service. But it's crucial that...
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    How People with Chronic Pain Are Surviving COVID-19

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    You don’t have to be an epidemiologist to know that the coronavirus pandemic has been hard on everyone. Loss of employment and disruption of routines have affected millions of people around the world. But...
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    Why Is My Leg Pain Worse at Night?

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    Share this video with a loved one who is struggling with leg pain at night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ePtZ9l-JFk&feature=youtu.be Leg Pain Worse at Night Overview In America, up to 60 percent of adults experience nocturnal leg cramps, with 20 percent...
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    How My Chronic Illness Blog Helped My Chronic Pain

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    My journey with chronic illness has spanned over half my life. As a young teen, I received diagnoses for multiple mental health issues, including Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), major depression and anxiety. To this...
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    Reducing Pain by Enhancing Your Home: 5 Strategies

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    Around 50 million adults suffer from chronic pain in the U.S. If you're one of the many people who has to deal with this condition, making upgrades to your home can significantly increase your...
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    How to Feel Grateful During the Holidays with Chronic Pain

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    With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching and the holiday season kicking off, it can be common to see people practicing gratitude. However, finding gratitude is easier said than done when you live with chronic pain.  My first...
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    Q & A with the Mayo Clinic on Fibromyalgia

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    Finding Resources On Financial Aid for Medical Conditions

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    Healthcare costs in the United States are some of the highest in the world. Unfortunately, the high cost of healthcare can place a significant financial burden on many families. If you or your someone...
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    3 Tips for Living with Someone with Chronic Pain

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    Living with someone with chronic pain can come with unique challenges. Even if you do not deal with chronic illnesses, having a roommate or spouse who does can require you to think things over...
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    How Aquatic Therapy Can Bypass Psychological Barriers to Recovery

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    When you've experienced a traumatic injury, physical pain isn’t the only issue. Injuries and illnesses create adverse psychological effects as well. Some patients slide into depression due to the whirlwind of emotions they experience...
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    5 Essential Principles for Living With Pain

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    Chronic pain affects millions of Americans each year. But people living with chronic pain know that pain is more than just physical discomfort. It can affect your appetite, sleep, behavior, and even thoughts. Living...
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    10 Things To Do When You’re Stuck in Bed on a Bad Pain Day

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    Chronic pain sufferers know that, while it affects everyone differently, everyone has a bad pain day every now and then. On days like this, there's really no way to leave your bed, and we...
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    Steps To Take If Chronic Pain Is Impacting Your Sex Life

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    While the words pain and sex aren’t two that we hope to group together, there is a connection between the two that deserves to be evaluated. Sex is an essential component of a healthy...
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    These Are The Best Questions to Ask Your Pain Doctor

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    Doctor's visits can be overwhelming at the best of times, but when your appointment is a long-awaited visit to a pain physician, nerves and anxiety can easily get the better of you. It’s smart...
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    Yoga For Back Pain: Top 5 Poses To Try

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    Back pain is more common than you may think. Researchers estimate that more than 80% of the United States population will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Yoga for back...
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    How To Add Meditation For Chronic Pain Into Your Life

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    In addition to the severe physical symptoms, living with chronic pain can significantly impact your mental health. As you spend more time and energy managing your pain levels, you may find the amount of...

    A Patient’s Review Of “Taming Chronic Pain” By Amy Orr

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    Having lived with varying levels of chronic pain for over six years now, I often joke that I could write a book. The frustrations that come with an invisible illness don’t come with...
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    Interview With Amy Orr, Author Of “Taming Chronic Pain”

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    We had the honor of speaking with Amy Orr, author of the upcoming book Taming Chronic Pain. The book serves as a guide for those suffering from chronic pain, from the perspective of someone who...
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    Degenerative Disc Disease: The 21-Year-Old With A 90-Year-Old Spine

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    At the age of 21, I was diagnosed with multiple spine and pelvis disorders which flipped my life upside down. Health professionals label me as the "21-year-old with a 90-year-old spine". The main cause...
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    Why We Shouldn’t Call Trigeminal Neuralgia “The Suicide Disease”

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    I felt a strange sense of relief when I was finally diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN). After so many years of living with facial pain, my doctor gave me a solution and reassured me...

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