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October 4, 2017 |  written by IVX Health

Chronic Illness & Halloween Link Round-Up!

It's October, and that means it's time to start thinking about Halloween!  Having a chronic illness doesn't mean you have to skip out on the fun.  You might have to take some extra precautions or make some substitutions, but you can still enjoy the holiday.  Check out this collection of links to great resources for Halloween fun while managing a chronic illness. Halloween Costumes with Chronic Illness Some chronic illnesses can present complications when it comes to choosing a Halloween costume.  You may need to avoid certain fabrics, or you may need easy bathroom access.  Check out these articles from The Mighty about choosing a Halloween costume that will cooperate with your chronic illness. https://themighty.com/2017/10/halloween-costumes-chronic-illness-pain-disability/ https://themighty.com/2016/10/what-its-like-dressing-up-for-halloween-with-a-chronic-illness/ Halloween Treats with Chronic Illness Different chronic illnesses require different modifications to your diet, and Halloween is no exception.  Knowing what causes flare-ups can help you pick and choose what sorts of treats your body can handle.  Check out these links for tips and tricks. http://www.ivxhealth.com/chronic-illness-friendly-treats-halloween/ https://asweetlife.org/8-perfect-halloween-treats-that-arent-candy/ How to Celebrate Halloween with a Chronic Illness Having a chronic illness doesn't mean you have to skip out on the fun.  Check out these links for ideas on how to celebrate the holiday! https://themighty.com/2016/10/how-to-celebrate-halloween-with-a-chronic-illness http://lupuschick.com/halloween-lupus-style-chronic-illness/ We hope you've gotten some good ideas from this link round-up for how to partake in and enjoy Halloween, even with your chronic illness.  At the end of the day, holidays are about celebrating friends and family.  And anyone can focus on that, chronic illness or not. Stay Healthy at IVX Health If IV medication is part of your chronic illness treatment program, know that you have options on where and when to receive your infusion. IVX Health makes it possible for you to get your treatment and engage in self-care with a spa-like environment and the comforts of home at any of our offices.  You can receive your IV treatment while catching up on your favorite TV shows on our HDTVs, digging into the latest hit novel on our eReaders, or by simply hanging out with friends or family in your own private room.  You can bring your laptop and work if you’re on a tight deadline at work, or you can even bring your spouse and call it a date!  It’s the right care at the right place to get your health on track. We’re invested in helping you live your best life, so we offer appointments during days, evenings and on Saturdays at any of our convenient locations.  If you’re ready to experience the difference IVX Health can make in your life, give us a call at any of our locations.

It’s October, and that means it’s time to start thinking about Halloween!  Having a chronic illness doesn’t mean you have to skip out on the fun.  You might have to take some extra precautions or make some substitutions, but you can still enjoy the holiday.  Check out this collection of links to great resources for Halloween fun while managing a chronic illness.

Halloween Costumes with Chronic Illness

Some chronic illnesses can present complications when it comes to choosing a Halloween costume.  You may need to avoid certain fabrics, or you may need easy bathroom access.  Check out these articles from The Mighty about choosing a Halloween costume that will cooperate with your chronic illness.

31 Comfortable Halloween Costumes for People With Chronic Illness

What Dressing Up for Halloween Requires When You Have a Chronic Illness

Halloween Treats with Chronic Illness

Different chronic illnesses require different modifications to your diet, and Halloween is no exception.  Knowing what causes flare-ups can help you pick and choose what sorts of treats your body can handle.  Check out these links for tips and tricks.

http://www.ivxhealth.com/chronic-illness-friendly-treats-halloween/

8 Perfect Halloween Treats That Aren’t Candy

How to Celebrate Halloween with a Chronic Illness

Having a chronic illness doesn’t mean you have to skip out on the fun.  Check out these links for ideas on how to celebrate the holiday!

Celebrating Halloween the Spoonie Way

A stress-free Halloween, chronic illness style…

We hope you’ve gotten some good ideas from this link round-up for how to partake in and enjoy Halloween, even with your chronic illness.  At the end of the day, holidays are about celebrating friends and family.  And anyone can focus on that, chronic illness or not.

Stay Healthy at IVX Health

If IV medication is part of your chronic illness treatment program, know that you have options on where and when to receive your infusion.

IVX Health makes it possible for you to get your treatment and engage in self-care with a spa-like environment and the comforts of home at any of our offices.  You can receive your IV treatment while catching up on your favorite TV shows on our HDTVs, digging into the latest hit novel on our eReaders, or by simply hanging out with friends or family in your own private room.  You can bring your laptop and work if you’re on a tight deadline at work, or you can even bring your spouse and call it a date!  It’s the right care at the right place to get your health on track.

We’re invested in helping you live your best life, so we offer appointments during days, evenings and on Saturdays at any of our convenient locations.  If you’re ready to experience the difference IVX Health can make in your life, give us a call at any of our locations.

Treatment at IVX Health

If biologics like Remicade, Actemra or Orencia  are a part of your chronic illness treatment plan, then consider choosing IVX Health for your ongoing care needs. IVX Health makes it possible to receive your therapy in a comfortable, convenient, and private environment.

With a private suite for every patient, you can watch your favorite Netflix show or movie on the big screen TV in each room, use a laptop or other mobile device to surf the web, or simply hang out with family and friends. We always have chairs for guests, and each center has a family room that is spacious and private if you need to bring your kids to your treatment. We also offer flexible appointment scheduling – including evenings and Saturdays – at any of our convenient locations.

At IVX Health, we truly are invested in helping you live your best life. If you’re ready to experience a new kind of infusion clinic, click here to learn how to move your infusion or injection therapy to IVX Health.

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