Let's face it, it is hard to imagine what it is like to live in chronic pain, and even harder to figure out the best gifts for someone with chronic pain. This person you want to by a gift for is probably a loved one or a friend and it kills you that you can't take some of their pain away. So finding a gift that they will treasure AND that they really want is your mission. Well, this gift guide is here to help you accomplish that mission!
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Awesome Christmas gifts Ideas for Someone with Chronic Pain
Relax the Back is one of my favorite stores. I have had my Theracane for more than 10 years and it is absolutely one of my favorite products to release muscle pain and tension. When you have chronic pain, your muscles react by tensing up. The Theracane allows you to target your pressure points with more pressure than you can apply by yourself. So having an item that can help release that tension on a moments notice and without having to go to a massage therapist every time is a lifesaver.
Chronic pain can make it hard to fall asleep. And since most people with chronic pain are on multiple medications, it is amazing to find ways to sleep better naturally. This DoDow is a new product to the market that is a actually a metronome with a light system that helps you fall asleep naturally.
I don't know anyone who would turn away the opportunity to get a foot massage. These washable insoles have 400 nodules that stimulate the pressure points on your feet and strategically place magnets that draw out inflammation and increase circulation. Just imagine, a foot massage when you walk! Yes, please!
4. cane chair
I wish I would have found this chair so much sooner! With my CRPS (Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome) that mainly affects my lower back, I can only stand or walk for a few minutes before the pain skyrockets. So, this is amazing to have with so many occasions where I can't find a place to sit down. This is especially helpful when I walk my kids to the bus stop and we have to wait for the bus to come.
In one of my Chronic Pain Facebook Groups, I asked, "If money was no object, what pain related product would you love to have?" Multiple people said an Oska. It uses electromagnetic pulse therapy to mitigate pain.
6. recliner that lifts you
This soft and plush microwaveable heating pad is filled with flaxseed and cherry pits. The flaxseed holds heat longer and the cherry pits produce a soothing aroma. Whether for chronic pain or just overall stress, this is something I would keep right next to my favorite recliner to help me relax. Now, I might have to wait until all my kids are in school for some piece an quiet.;)
8. Blue tooth speaker and amazon unlimited
This portable bluetooth speaker is waterproof and has 66ft. range capabilities. It also has 24 hour playtime. So I love to use mine while I am soaking in a bath or while the kids are playing outside. This gift would be great paired with a subscription to Amazon Unlimited Music. There are lots more bluetooth speakers to fit individual needs. Checkout my inspirational Warrior Playlist for songs I love to listen to when I feel like my chronic pain is taking over.
Heating pads are a necessity when you experience chronic pain. But most heating pads are plastic, stiff, and rough. This heating pad adds luxury comfort with the same Sunbeam quality I have come to love through the years. But a quick search on amazon for soft or cozy heating pads reveals lots more choices.
I experience a lot of pain, stiffness, and stress in my neck and upper back. This massage block feels heavenly, plus it is made out of super sturdy material that won't smush and lose it's support to exert pressure on your trigger points.
Now that you've found this list of gifts for someone with chronic pain, you'll never be without meaningful and helpful ideas. And although you can't walk in your loved ones shoes with chronic pain, you can make their life a little more comfortable. So, don't hesitate to spoil them a little!