How to Heal Yourself: When You Have a Fibromyalgia
By: Dr Alex Robber
“Did you try it? “I believe that’s going to work for you, hey! “Have you seen this article, you’ll certainly find a way”. These are all things that anyone with a chronic disease must hear, particularly one so mysterious as fibromyalgia ALL TIME.
Don’t get my mistake, it’s valued very much. Many papers with distinct natural “remedies” and fresh drugs and treatments are accessible that are being investigated and published. Too often it’s up to you. What is valid, tested and not valid is difficult to understand.
But it is just as overwhelming as it is valued. It is not simple, among many other frustrating symptoms, to deal with chronic pain, exhaustion and depression. Personally, I’m ready to try anything to be relieved. The hard part of this is that one person can’t assist another. It does not imply cures for everyone that has suffered just because a random Facebook post has been considerable relief for one individual.
There are people that love you and care for you, so you feel guilty that you don’t listen and look at your “healing,” even if this hasn’t succeeded you before. The culpability is as painful and awful as the illness. “Why has this not been attempted by your doctor? “This is the fresh medicine, what is your doctor thinking? Tell your physician to do so. “You need a fresh physician.”
Another hard matter is the way individuals judge your physician. Fibromyalgia is so mysterious that it’s just as frustrating for your doctor to treat you and so distinct from patient to patient.
Over the years, some of my recommendations were:
- Celery juice
- Vitamin B
The list continues and continues. Don’t get me wrong. Because I want relief, I’ve attempted many of the suggestions. I want family and friends to take assistance. As much as anybody wishes to heal me, I want to heal myself. Because I don’t want to be so many prescription medications, I want a natural remedy.
Understanding Reality of Situation
Yes, it can get better with fibromyalgia. Yes, nice days and bad days can be nice. However, there’s no cure. It’s not going to be gone. After taking some vitamins, you won’t wake up one day and be magically healed. In fact, you can handle your fibromyalgia hopefully. There are many trials and many mistakes, with some achievement hopefully. In fact, out of 100 suggestions, a significant relief can be provided.
The truth is that not everyone is aware of the pain and the difficulties of any chronic disease. The truth is that those who care for you want to assist. They want to see that you are relieved and “healed.” The truth is we still want to create suggestions from friends and family, because it helps us understand how they are concerned. The truth is that the truth is not optimistic. There’s no healing. A magic pill is not there. You not alone and its reality
The life we were destined to live is sometimes interwoven with the reality of the life we live today. It can be a battle to find joy. The challenges of every day confuse maintaining a positive outlook. The joyful and energetic person we used to have lost because of the strain of trying to preserve “normality.” We feel we were sentenced to death in some ways, but we know that life will continue. Our motivation is small victories. What we never thought of a second time now requires more effort. Who we once were, we want to live?
We want to be the individual we used to be. But we’ve changed our lives now. A new reality, a new way of life, must be learned. Nobody can give us the cure of magic. People are still doubtful of our pain, but we must move forward. Our new path needs to be built. Our focus is to live a new reality. Every day, we face doubts in all directions. Our life continues with insecurity, culpability, self-doubt and so many people’s lack of understanding. We must find out how to move without fail from point “A” to point “B.” We must always be all to all so that we do not let down anybody. We try to be the ‘ old us, ‘ the ‘ us, ‘ who helped all, the ‘ us ‘ who ran our house, the ‘ us, ‘ who could work 40 + hours.
The “us” we felt was important. We hope to become one day the person we were once, the one who worked his ass every day and maintained a flowing family life. The person who changed the situation. We want to be the person we once were! We would like to do what we never thought about a second time. We always want to be the one who gave everything to every situation. Once again, we want to be “us.” The man that never gave up, the one that chose to fight every day! Head on! We would like the life we once had, the life that “regular” us. We want to look beyond the ‘ condition ‘ & LIVE!!! We want to say that we gave everything to us! We want to say we gave it, “Try the old university!”
We want to make progress and experience what is good, what is bad, and they are ugly! We want to show the world that our diagnosis is more than what we have. Some day we might return to some sort of normal life that we once had. Perhaps our life one day will be what we had once. But for now, we just must give it the best we can, give the world the best we can, and hope every day it will come. We must wake up and do everything we can to survive, to enjoy our best life. Fibromyalgia might have taken who we were once, but who we can become will never take it.
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Fibromyalgia Contact Us Directly
Official Fibromyalgia Blogs