Living With Chronic Diseases in Colorado

Living with a chronic disease can be challenging, especially in Colorado. The state is known for its outdoor lifestyle, which can make it difficult to manage a chronic illness. However, coping strategies and resources are available to help individuals with chronic diseases live in Colorado.

Coping Strategies:

  • Find a Support System: Living with a chronic illness can be isolating. Finding a support system to help you navigate the ups and downs of living with a chronic disease is essential. This could be a support group, a therapist, or a close friend or family member.
  • Manage Stress: Stress can worsen the symptoms of chronic diseases. Finding ways to manage stress is important, such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, or gentle yoga.
  • Stay Active: Exercise can help improve the symptoms of chronic diseases, and it’s essential to find the proper exercise that works for you. Gentle activities such as walking or swimming can be effective. Please be sure to talk to your doctor before you start a new exercise regimen.
  • Eat Well: Eating a healthy, balanced diet can help manage the symptoms of chronic diseases. Be sure to talk to your doctor or a nutritionist about the proper diet for your specific condition.


  • Chronic Care Collaborative: We provide resources and support for individuals living with chronic diseases in Colorado.
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: This department provides resources and information on chronic diseases, including prevention and management.
  • Colorado Center for Health and Wellness: This center offers programs and classes for individuals with chronic diseases, including nutrition, exercise, and stress management.
  • Colorado Hospital Association: This association provides information on hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the state.

Living with a chronic disease in Colorado can be challenging, but with the right strategies and resources, it’s possible to manage the symptoms and live a whole and active life. If you or someone you care for is living with a chronic disease, we support you and strive to provide the necessary resources to help manage the condition.

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