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Thursday, June 1, 2017

These Lifestyle Hacks Will Help Anyone With a Chronic Illness

JUNE 1, 2017  BY WENDY HENDERSON IN SOCIAL CLIPS.


https://youtu.be/dpUNgYbsQms


If you have a chronic illness, you know just how much energy it takes to complete your daily chores and common household tasks. In this video from newlifeoutlook, Jennifer shares some practical tips to help make life a little easier for anyone suffering from a chronic illness.

Jennifer looks at ways chronic illnesses sufferers can conserve energy and save time when they’re in the kitchen, along with hacks for personal grooming, getting dressed, cleaning, and shopping. The suggestions are designed to help patients avoid lifting heavy items, standing for too long, moving around a lot, or doing too much in one day.
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https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2017/06/01/lifestyle-hacks-will-help-anyone-chronic-illness/

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