By Jo Moss in A Journey Through The Fog.
Having a chronic illness means everyday tasks can be challenging, exhausting and painful. But there are steps we can take to make life easier, to limit the stress caused and to conserve our energy for more enjoyable activities. Here are some practical solutions to everyday problems.
1. I’m too weak to lift everyday objects
Some everyday objects like kettles, crockery and food containers can be too heavy to lift but you can replace them with lighter alternatives.
- Kettle. Try using a ‘One Cup’ kettle. It only dispenses one cup of boiling water at a time. You don’t have to lift it, as the water is dispensed straight into the cup of your choice. It doesn’t take long to boil (about 90 secs) so you don’t have to stand for long.
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