Posted by: seattledizzygroup | December 24, 2017

Surviving the Holidays with Chronic Illness

Ways to Survive the Holidays with a Chronic Illness

Living with a vestibular or balance disorder can be especially challenging during the holidays.  These articles offer ways to survive and enjoy the holiday season with a chronic illness:

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Surviving the Holidays with Chronic Illness

Surviving the Holidays When You’re Chronically Ill

Tips for Getting Through the Holidays with Chronic Illness

Finding Joy During the Holidays with a Chronic Illness

6 Things You Don’t Have to Do During the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year”

Holiday Tips for Vestibular Patients

   How to Survive the Holidays with Meniere’s Disease

How to Handle the Holidays with Hearing Loss

Holiday Migraine Avoidance Tips

Tips for Loved Ones:

A Holiday Letter to Loved Ones from the Chronically Ill

5 Holiday Wishes from Someone with an “Unseen” Illness

6 Things I Wish People Knew about Being Chronically Ill During the Holidays

8 Ways to Support the Chronically Ill During the Holidays

See also:

Holiday Tips

Tips for Surviving the Holidays with Joy and Peace

Living with a “New Normal” in the New Year

Ways to Survive Winter with a Chronic Illness


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  1. Thank you for sharing the articles! They were great to read! I hope you have a great and restful holiday! Take care and I look forward to reading more of your posts!!!

  2. Awesome posts. I loved the way they are compiled, and may mean so much for the vertigo sufferers. Apart from physical suffering and risking fall due to sudden vertigo bout, the imbalance literally throws other aspects of life off-balance. Social interactions, emotional well being, self-confidence shake up to certain degree. Support groups like yours are way too helpful for people to tug at each other and build confidence out of understanding and complacence. Every step counts in a big journey! Kudos!

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