For those who live with chronic pain, daily tasks like cooking, cleaning, and showering can be difficult and exhausting. So traveling by air, ground, train, or water requires extra planning and precautions. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t travel to see more of the world.
Often, chronic pain is invisible to those on the outside, which can make interactions difficult, especially when it flares without warning. This can include anything from arthritis or fibromyalgia to lyme disease. Just because others can’t see it doesn’t mean you don’t feel it.
We’ve put together a guide on how to travel if you’re living with chronic pain – which can be tension headaches, back or hip pain, knee replacements, and complications from surgery. We’ll cover what to pack, questions to ask, and much more.… [Continue Reading]