Gluten intolerance is far from a simple gastrointestinal effect...more of a spectrum of conditions with wide-ranging complications, as I was reminded recently. Here's why to take gluten elimination seriously (and tackle it thoroughly!) if chronic pain is your reality...
Being an HSP isn't a flaw but an evolutionary advantage, as has been amply demonstrated by science and history. We were always meant to be the natural outliers of the community, by design, so that we could be the first to notice important things that others miss, picking up envornmental cues and alerting others to any danger that we sensed coming our way. But what happens when our alarms start to go off all the time and when or how do we get a respite? How does this relate to the modern age phenomenon of chronic pain, fatigue and systemic meltdown?
It's been a while since I wrote about Myers Briggs personality types though the method remains one of the most consistently useful tools I have ever used to come to deeply understand myself. Yesterday, I happened upon a particular foible of each personality type called a “grip stress" state, something I had never come across … Continue reading INFJ “Grip Stress” sheds light on lasting trauma and chronic pain
Today, I want to share an article that resonated with me very much so, for the main part, I want to direct you to that article. By way of an introduction, I want to ask any of you that identify as a Highly Sensitive Person (especially those who struggle with emotional, health or other issues, … Continue reading The long-lasting impact of parenting style on the HSP child
Its been a while since I've written for this blog because I've been deeply into the process of following the Gupta Program limbic retraining since February and wanted to give my all to that...ongoing. I've seen massive improvements in many area of my health management, far too many and particular to me to itemise and, … Continue reading Is limbic retraining any use for structural chronic pain such as EDS? (Spoiler: yes!)
Three months ago, I began a recovery program for chronic health conditions called The Gupta Program and now, well, I have extremely positive news all round in this update of my progress!
Could people with fibromyalgia, ironically, be less suceptible to covid-19 and the worst of its effects than the rest of the population? A new study (Interleukin Deficiency Disorder Patient Responses to COVID-19 Infections, Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 2021) suggests so and when I read about it today in this article, I … Continue reading An advantage to fibromyalgia?
On the theme of recommending useful tools, I just want to briefly recommend this wonderful free course offered by Prune Harris for Vaccination Alignment and Integration. I am already familiar with Prune's offerings and with Energy Medicine so when I came across this course, some time before signing up for my covid vaccination, I was … Continue reading Working with the covid vaccination
I am still relately new to CBD topicals but here's what I have found after some experimentation, leading to some promising outcomes concerning muscle, nerve, skin and joint pain.
Continuing on from my last post, diving into the topic of hormone balance and autism, particulalrly relating to adult females on the spectrum and those with corresponding pain conditions such as EDS. A personal discussion, backed up by recent studies.