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5 things you can do for someone living with chronic pain
When a friend or loved one is living with a painful illness it can be difficult to know how best we can help. Painful conditions can vary in intensity from day to day, the symptoms can come and go and...
Living With Endometriosis - What Is It Really Like?
This Newtownards woman with endometriosis wants people in Northern Ireland to talk about their invisible illnesses.
Do you often dream of a good night’s sleep?
For many people, getting to sleep and staying asleep can be difficult, especially for those struggling with chronic pain. If you suffer from pain and find sleep difficult, try our 9 sleep tips…
How to sleep well with pain
If you’re living with pain and struggling with sleep then you’re not alone. It’s very common for people with persistent pain to have difficulties getting to sleep or staying asleep.
Ten Footsteps - Your journey to living well with pain
Learning how to manage your pain is a journey. Like any journey, it takes time and everyone’s experience is different. We know from people living with pain that there are some things which can be...
Persistent pain (sometimes called chronic or long-term pain) is described as ‘pain that continues for three months or more and may not respond to standard medical treatment.’ Understand more about...
Subscribe to the Pain Toolkit podcast
Listen to Pete Moore and his latest Pain Toolkit podcasts. These podcasts are short and easy to digest especially if you are struggling with chronic pain.
Pain and me - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for chronic pain
A video from livewellwithpain.co.uk on the subject of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for chronic pain.
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