spookyspoonie

97d

what products do you use that help you with chronic illness life?

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)

Fibromyalgia (FM)

Myalgic encephalomyelitis/ Chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

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  • olivejane

    97d

    I haven't found any prescriptions that help with all my pain but I recently found delta 8 and it is working wonders

  • 1lovemyheatingp8d

    97d

    following for advice

  • Terp

    97d

    A plastic folding chair in the shower, compression gloves for my arthritic wrists, small pill containers that I can fill and take with me in my purse(of course), lots of notebooks and planners that I can write down what I need to remember plus I can plan out what I need to do and mete it out over the week so that I am not overdoing it, lots of rice socks including one that I can put on my eyes, the ability to message my doctors offices through patient portals or front office messaging text numbers, a really good support system and tons and tons of prayer! I know that's a lot. I hope something in here helps you. 💕 Be strong! You're amazing! 🫂

  • SlothMomma94

    97d

    My cane/walker/wheelchair The microwave, I use to love cooking but now have many days I can't stand up to do it and the microwave makes it possible for me to eat My couch because I can no longer climb the stairs to get to my bedroom at night

  • Teardrops

    97d

    Heating pad and ice packs. Sometimes essential oils, my phone to reach out to others Not much actually heals with pain. I do take hot epsom salt baths.

  • MagickalRebel

    97d

    Braces, curble seat, ergo keyboard and mouse. Medication reminders.

    • 1lovemyheatingp8d

      97d

      what’s a good ergo keyboard and mouse? I’ve been looking for one for work

      • MagickalRebel

        62d

        I like the Microsoft sculpt or Kenesso I think is the brand it has a split keyboard. I also use a sit stand desk and I use compression typing gloves.

  • TellyMeBanana

    97d

    I'm on so many medications and I got sick of sorting them every week, so I ordered a device that I pay around $20 (I think it recently went up) a month for called Hero. I can set it up to go off when it is time to take my meds and it dispenses them for me. I used to dread med sort nights especially if I wasn't feeling well and now I don't have to worry about it and it tells me when my meds are getting low.

    • spookyspoonie

      97d

      😯😯😯 that sounds like a product made in heaven lol

    • Teardrops

      97d

      that’s pretty cool…. Had to edit this before posting as I read your message again. I see my complaint about such device, was answered by you and it does warn you when getting low.

  • Red914

    61d

    Heating pads. And lots of apps to remind me to do things, one for my meds, one for my to-do list, and one to keep moving.

  • RyeRyeBread

    52d

    Hand warmers, cooling towels, hats to block sun, hats to cover ears, plan on getting heated socks, gloves, and jackets/vests, possibly a cooling vest 🙏 A shower chair is hUge, my wheelchair is great but thats a big expensive one ~ eye mask ice pack helps headaches, eye mask for sleeping ✨️ heated blankets are godly fuzzy socks are wonderful

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