If a person is suffering from a chronic illness such as chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia, he or she needs your full support. While you may be willing to provide such support, there are certain things that one may say that will make a patient feel otherwise. Here are a few things to avoid if you want your loved one to feel your empathy.
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Here are the top things to avoid saying to a friend or family member with a chronic illness:
When a person is suffering from a chronic illness, medications often do little more than temporarily mitigate symptoms. Upper cervical chiropractic offers a natural option that may help relieve some of the pain and other symptoms. This is accomplished by correcting upper cervical misalignments that affect the brainstem, cerebrospinal fluid flow, and blood flow to the brain, thereby helping the nervous system to function optimally. For more information, schedule an appointment.
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