Tip #4 finds out more about why symptoms come and go, leading to the label of a chronic health condition, and often involves being put on a prescription drug for life.
Interestingly those same medications may become part of the problem during the disease process, rather than the long-term solution, which you’ll notice more with a different approach.
What is chronic health?
I want to introduce a model of health that you’re unlikely to have seen before, at least with this understanding, and I might just add that doctors have been using this model for a long time, although not necessarily connecting the dots between the two main parts of the model (better known as the Two Phases).
And there’s a very real link between these Two Phases in the Central Nervous System (Sympathetic & Parasympathetic) which highlight the cause of diseases by showing that the model is a highly interconnected process, in all sorts of ways.
The roots are based in Embryology:
The UDIN (stage 2 on the diagram) happens due to an emotional event. You know that feeling when someone just throws a curt remark into the conversation, or an argument (intending to hurt or otherwise), but a remark nevertheless that cuts you to the quick. You’re momentarily speechless, from where the body goes into a Fight Or Flight Response.
The stress phase
This is quickly followed by the STRESS Phase (Sympathetic), where your system is trying to fathom what happened, and along with a range of nervy type symptoms you might find yourself obsessing over the UDIN event, why didn’t I say this, and that. You know that feeling right?
But something happens (stage 4) that moves the process on. In our example of the person that threw you a curt remark where you felt hurt, you may well have responded by being a bit off with them, even though they might not have noticed, or acted as though they didn’t.
Then one day it changes between you, the ice thaws as they make another comment, or cast you a friendly look and you feel that everything’s back on even keel with them. And by-the-way it doesn’t have to be anything major, you might not even consciously notice it, but it will be significant in relation to the UDIN (stage 2).
What happens is that how you felt about the UDIN reverses, your feelings completely change, you feel you’be both over it and you get that feeling that all’s well with the world because at some level it was deeply upsetting.
But ironically just as you’re feeling better about the original event you start experiencing a diagnose(able) set of symptoms.
The regeneration phase
The Regeneration Phase (Parasympathetic) contains it’s own sub-stages which we’ll not delve into here, in order to keep this model simple for now. As your symptoms continue through the process they eventually ease, but if the original UDIN doesn’t get resolved it will be re-triggered and the symptom pattern of the two phases begins all over again, next time the same sense of the original event (UDIN) crops up.
Here’s a clue, it doesn’t have to be the same players or setting, only you will play the same role through the same trigger (a trigger being your repeating pattern of symptoms, i.e. bronchial issues, sore throats, digestive issues, pain, etc).
Is this the only way to ease symptoms, of course not, because a range of things can change things, i.e. you move out of an unhealthy environment like a job or a relationship, you start a new habit, you can make changes in all sorts of ways.
Making direct change
But if you do nothing to change (what would unconsciously affect a change in you that cancels out the UDIN pattern) then your symptoms will come and go until you do.
And dramatic change isn’t always needed, it can be very subtle, especially with the sorts of energy tools and techniques I use with clients.
P.S. Jane would love to support you in getting rid of what weighs you down, so that you can have more vibrant health, vitality and bring more balance into your life.
Take the next steps
Are you ready to take some steps to change whatever’s creating an emotional roller-coaster, because this will make a difference. Let’s arrange a chat so that you can get more of an insight into what you can end a run of.