Thank you for the input. I too believe you are what you eat and it was an all green diet that changed me, as it is full of anti-oxidants. There is so much about the complex body we don't understand yet. Getting close though.
The genome project was BIG for everyone.
Well here is hoping this advice changes someone here for the better. Thanks again for the input.
I was just thinking after I posted, are you aware the bacteria in your bowels so much is the cause of gas......
When foods are not digested correctly and the residual is stuck in the colon and not passed through the walls and absorbed...the bacteria go to town with the new "buffet" given them. The process of them breaking down the food...results in a gas generation. Easily put...the bacteria "fart" and then YOU FART! Your gut bloats and your are uneasy and things move along a bit faster............
Methane is the byproduct of bacterial digestion, tainted with odors from the food of choice.....
(what a subject...) Dr OZ loves to talk of poop....and I had a physiatrist who said...we have to figure what is going wrong between your mouth and your ass. Malabsorption is the route of disease in lack of nutrients for the body.
OK...box removed from under my feet........Hugs, Nancy BView Thread
Gee, I wonder if I would benefit from a go through with them? There is one in Jacksonville, Florida.
I pretty much have my tool box down and agree with my position here, but I would always love to learn more.............
Physical therapy never did anything for me......and I would want them to see me before shots when I have my tight bands and trigger points.....as maybe a different label can be on my head. BUT....I am so functional in the mess we are in.
Thanks for the post and I will copy and paste the info.
Yes savella has a side effect of hot flashes and sweating as does Tramadol......a catch 22 here. Please don't play with your hormones, as I also hope the doctor won't adjust your homones as it is not that as a cause.
I am on such a small dose and have all this. I just layer and drink alot of cold water when the flushes come. I tell everyone it is menopause as to not look funny.....
I am sorry you have no energy. As this med is a primary for increasing norepinephrine the cousin of adrelaline...it is surprising to me. I can only take 12.5mg a day....if more my heart rate and b/p are too high, I can't sleep etc......It gives me energy as well..
See how we are all different? Amazing...
The physicians should be more educated in this med and be aware of the side effects possible. Good luck, I hope things get better for you. NAncy BView Thread
I just want to chime in with my experience here. Motrin is my best friend. IT is my breakthrough med when my tramadol isn't helping as much.. This class of med though it has anti inflammatory properties works in the prostaglandin hormone department.....which actually helps muscles. It is useful in menstrual issues and back pain etc....
The problem with them is when you futz with the prostaglandins you also have to deal with fluid retention, bleeding tendencies and such. So they are not taken lightly.
I used motrin for years before surrendering to upgrade to tramadol. But I still always have it near by for a problem. I had to upgrade because of bleeding and taking too many..
Just wanted you to hear that it does help some of us. Others are past the level of help at this level. Good luck on your path to fight this disease, it is a challenge to say the least. Nancy BView Thread
I am gluten intolerant and lactose with eggs and now nuts...(meaning eating nuts, not that I am nuts!) Not written well.*
In being gluten free which is more then wheat free, I abstain from rye, barley, oats but I do eat corn and rice. I saw a change in my overall brain function so fast. My pain didn't alter too much, but I blamed that on years of essential mineral loss from diarrhea. Living dehydrated too.
I now have 3/4 soy protien source to my day and then chicken fish as my animal protien and i am doing better. It is not a fix, as this is too complex to FIX. No cure as they say. But eating to the best of our ablitiy is so imporatant. No processed chemicals for our poor bodies is helpful too. No diet anything....as aspartame is a neurotoxin and adds to our dilemma.
So I agree..........for me it was a good move. Nancy BView Thread