Dear Readers and Supporters, As the year comes to an end, we would like to extend a heartfelt gratitude to each one of you for being a part of our journey so far. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to grow, foster, and build the idea that was a mere thought! 2019 has been… Continue reading A Heartfelt Note of Gratitude
Introduction Living with Chronic Illness is like being in for a new surprise everyday. Despite following all that you have been advised, your body might choose to respond differently to the same factors daily. Bringing together such experiences of day to day life is Shruti Buddhavarapu's book 'The Weight of a Cherry Blossom'. About the… Continue reading Book Review: The Weight of a Cherry Blossom by Shruti Buddhavarapu
Fibromyalgia is famous for not being curable with any medicine. Therefore, we need to rely on some hacks to manage Fibromyalgia better. Here’s a list of some of them that have worked for me.
With nine years of experience rolling , am pretty sure I can be a racer on my throne.. er..chair. Life is filled with moments of sour lemons, jugaad and chocolate cake. But it always comes around to chocolate cake, with cherries of course. I am Leha, a writer and mostly a dreamer with a crazy… Continue reading This is How I Roll #WorldDisabilityDay
In continuation of our previous article on CRPS Awareness, today we will be discussing the challenges of living with CRPS and also talk to few CRPS warriors about their life.
Across the globe November is celebrated as CRPS Awareness Month. It is one of the most challenging chronic pain conditions and falls into the category of rare illnesses. Chronic pain is a global public health challenge, becoming an area of great concern to Healthcare professionals, patients, families, and the wider society.
Here are some gift ideas that would be appreciated (hopefully) by the Warriors. They could find it helpful and you would find it liberating. Finally, being able to do something, even remotely useful. So, it's a win-win (as much as it can be in circumstances like this).
At Chronic Pain India, it has been our constant endeavour to bring forth stories of Pain Warriors and spread awareness about living with pain. This Pain Awareness Month, we launched our YouTube Channel as a step further towards our goal.
1. But you look so good!. Yes, still I have days when my whole body is hurting and aching. 2. Most of the days I go outside is to visit my doctors. Yes, I appear confident and calm but sometimes I am anxious what new fear will unfold. 3 . When I meet my friends… Continue reading Things you don’t see about my invisible illness! by Arun Dahiya