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Dress for success!

So today I’m going to talk about dressing in a manner that is easiest for an individual with chronic illness and or pain.

1)  Clothes that don’t constrict are less likely to cause pain

2) A lot of times patients like myself always feel cold so the name of the game is layers!

3) Easy to get on and off. Zippers and buttons can be difficult on hands

A sports bra is ideal bra because there is no clasp to deal with and it moves easily.

Sweat pants are fantastic for days when your joints are swollen and binding clothing seems impossible [like today]

As previously mention layers are the name of the game and what’s more comfortable than a hoodie? nothing.

Excuse the lack of entertainment in todays post, I’m a little off my game today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also check out the ‘spoonie chic’!

http://blog.healclick.com/tips-spoonie-look-better-while-sick/

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