Tuesday, July 23, 2019


Some Advice That Might Help You To Live With Your Chronic Condition.

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(ThySistas.com) Many people live with lifelong conditions. Some are more severe than others, but having to deal with any kind of condition is tough, whether it’s a problem you’ve had since birth or a chronic issue that developed in later life. Still, there are ways to lead a pleasant life in spite of a physical or neurological problem with your wellbeing. Here’s some advice that might help you to live with a lifelong health condition.

Accept all the resources available to you.

The first thing to do is accept all the resources available to you. Living with any sort of chronic or lifelong health condition is a struggle, and that’s an understatement. That’s why it’s important to do your research and make sure you’re getting all the forms of assistance possible. You should definitely look into physical therapy if you suffer from pain on a long-term basis, even if it fluctuates. Getting professional help to alleviate your suffering will definitely help to soothe your body and improve the quality of your life in the future.

You might even want to consider getting a wheelchair mount if you use a wheelchair frequently. This will give you the ability to mount whatever technology needed to allow you to communicate with others. Again, when you have to deal with a lifelong health condition, it’s important that you make your life as easy as possible. You have to accept all the resources available to you so that you can enjoy the best form of lifestyle. A big chunk of this comes down to accepting help from others, of course, and that takes us to the next point.

Help your friends to help you.

This might seem like a strange piece of advice, but your friends (and family members, of course) make up your support network. The people who care most about you are going to be there for you every step of the way, but it’s important to understand that they might not know what they’re doing. You have to help your friends to help you. Let them know if you need assistance with something (even if it’s something as simple as making dinner for you one night because you’re struggling). Essentially, you just need to let them know when you need emotional or physical support and when you need your space. Your loved ones just want to help you, so you need to be brave enough to ask for that help when you need it.

Practice meditation.

Whether your pain is physical or mental, practicing meditation would be hugely beneficial to your lifelong condition. Mindfulness techniques can help to alleviate suffering in both the body and the mind. Deep breathing is one of the most useful techniques to practice. On the surface, it might not sound like a revolutionary way to improve your wellbeing, but it’s a technique that can be mastered over time. The goal is to focus on your breathing so that you can focus your mind on the present moment. It’ll help to reduce stress in your body, and reducing stress has plenty of benefits for your body in a physical sense.

Staff Writer; Sherry Day


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