For many, the internet is the first source of information for healthcare research. A blog is a personal online journal intended for the general public to read about personal opinions, experiences, observation, reflections. A chronic pain blog focuses on pertinent information and tips on pain management, daily activities, healthy eating habits, and physical function.
We have compiled some patient’s favorite chronic pain bloggers in no specific order:
Chronic pain blogger Britt mentions her daily complications as she deals with rheumatoid arthropathy, undifferentiated spondyloarthropathy, Sjogren’s syndrome, scoliosis, and complex migraines. Many people describe their rheumatoid arthritis pain starting at 7 out of 10 on the Pain Scale for Leg & Neck Pain. To learn more: http://www.thehurtblogger.com/.
Registered Dietician Nicole provides evidence-based nutrition while maintaining delicious but healthy food recipes. Her advice helps manage chronic pain conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular health. To learn more: http://preventionrd.com/rd-qa/.
For 25 years, Dr. Wolf has practiced and taught mindfulness meditation to reduce stress, tension, and illness in the body. To learn more: http://arizonapain.com/bloggers-we-love-dr-christiane-wolf/.
Bloggers Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern provide easy, delicious gluten-free recipes. To learn more: http://glutenfreegirl.com/.
Jenni Prokopy understands the struggle to provide support and resources to manage chronic pain dealing with fibromyalgia, anxiety, asthma, thyroid disease, GERD, and Raynaud’s phenomenon. To learn more: https://paindoctor.com/bloggers-we-love-chronic-babe/.
If you suffer from migraines read her blog! Her blog offers realistic, practical advice for people suffering from headaches and migraines. According the Pain Scale for Migraine Pain, many people describe their migraine pain as 7 or more on the pain scale of 0-10. To learn more: http://coloradopain.co/inside-pain/bloggers-we-love-sarah-hackley/.
Highlighting the daily struggles of living with fibromyalgia, in this blog you can expect to find support, encouragement, and practical ideas for coping with fibromyalgia pain. To learn more: http://chroniclesoffibro.blogspot.com/.
With personal details on this bloggers journey through fibromyalgia pain, readers are able to learn more about what to ask during trips to the doctor of what treatments may have worked for other patients fighting fibromyalgia pain. To learn more: http://fightinthefibro.blogspot.com/.
Husband and wife Alex and Sonja create simple, palate pleaser vegetarian and vegan recipes that are good for our bodies. To learn more: http://www.acouplecooks.com/.
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