Chronic health symptoms may come and go over weeks, months, years, even decades! And maybe you’re suffering with ongoing symptoms that have been hanging around for longer than you care to remember?
Restoring your health and vitality using a range of up-to-the-minute tools and techniques that give you back complete control teaches you to become your own expert, and it’s where personal empowerment for health fits in.
Returning to good health
This approach works in tandem with whatever else you’re doing in order to regain vibrant health and become well again. And many doctors are now training in the understandings recommended here, especially the ACE / META-Health information and how it applies to how the sympathetic and parasympathetic autonomic nervous system processes illness.
What has previously been absent from this model of understanding is that there is an eloquent process at play.
Chronic conditions to address
Chronic conditions that can be addressed include:
- Pain from muscular-skeletal, injuries, and accidents
- Acute, ongoing and serious diseases, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes
- Psychological mood-swing conditions and behaviours
- The conditions that challenge the medical fraternity, such as ME, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia
- Hormonal conditions associated with the menopause, and other out-of-sync hormonal behaviours
And these sorts of chronic health symptoms can be very challenging as one set of symptoms impacts another. However, once you understand that there is a logic to what’s going on with them as you discover the origins there are a variety of ways to get free of them and get back into the full swing of life over time.
The all too familiar comfort zone
And if you have had a condition or more than one that has held you back from living a more normalized life, this may sound phantasmagorical. But I totally get that, because I was there too!
We thrive, or not, within our own created comfort zone and sometimes it takes a shock, to catapult us out of a safe-haven of predictability. And as we accommodate our illness it too becomes our norm and stretches to a point where sometimes we hardly recognize who we were.
Once you take the first step outside of that all too reliable cushion we call LIFE, there is so much more. There are even schools of thought that believe the illness is the catalyst, and I’m starting to understand how that is for myself. If you are fed-up with the same-old-same-old and have a medical condition to address then the tools and techniques shared here are among the best you’ll find anywhere on the planet.
Until next time.