Dealing with a chronic health condition is a marathon effort that can often be taxing on multiple fronts—issues stemming from the disease itself, as well as the stress and mental fatigue that can come from constantly coping with a life-altering illness. Finding an accurate diagnosis, navigating health care systems, acquiring the needed resources for treatment, and managing unreachable expectations from others can seem like never-ending struggles that few understand. Thankfully, many options exist for coming to terms with the nature of the condition and finding relief from it, handling the ins and outs of living with it, and sometimes thriving in the face of its difficulties. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.
Dynamic Neural Retraining System is a neural rehabilitation program that has been highly effective in the treatment and recovery from limbic system disorders including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS, Fibromyalgia FM, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity MCS, and Environment Illness EI.
Two-thirds of women 40-59 years old are overweight and more than 1/2 are obese. Intermittent fasting can help women lose weight effectively. And can have profound impact on bio-physical profiles, but also improved self esteem and interpersonal relationships.