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Fibromyalgia: A Personalized Integrative Approach Steven M. Hall

Fibromyalgia: A Personalized Integrative Approach

Steven M. Hall

Published February 11th 2014
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Kindle Edition
157 pages
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You deserve to know your options. Conventional medicine has a few treatments approved for fibromyalgia but much more can be done to help you than most people receive. If you intelligently combine the best that conventional medicine has to offer withMoreYou deserve to know your options. Conventional medicine has a few treatments approved for fibromyalgia but much more can be done to help you than most people receive. If you intelligently combine the best that conventional medicine has to offer with the best that several forms of alternative medicine have to offer, you can greatly increase your chances of getting better. That is the Integral Medicine approach.Through my 30+ years of practice, I’ve come to firmly believe that healing is always possible. It might not look like what you expect and you can’t always have it on your own terms, but it is always possible, even when you have fibromyalgia. But in order to fully heal, you may have to concede that no matter how powerful our medical science and treatments, the deepest nature of healing remains a mystery. You can eat all the right foods, do all the right exercises, get the best sleep, take all the right drugs and supplements, but I suspect that at some point along your healing path, you’re going to have to give yourself over to the mystery and just trust your deeper knowing as well.When I watch my patients who have healed their fibromyalgia, they appear to be working equally hard on two fronts: 1) they are listening to their body/mind/energy and following the clues it is giving them back to the root of the imbalance and treating the root- and, 2) they are listening to and living their own personal truth to the best of their ability. This book will show you how you can do that, too.For the first front, most people with fibromyalgia have two major physiological patterns going, which have become self-perpetuating: your immune system is on too much of the time and your autonomic nervous system is out of balance, generally in sympathetic overload. I explain what these patterns are, what can cause them, what symptoms they create and what you can do to tell if you have a particular condition and then what to do about it. I also give you criteria that will let you know if you are working with a practitioner who can really help you.For the second front, the personal growth my fibromyalgia patients appear to go through is analogous to the caterpillar morphing into the butterfly. In other words, they find and take concrete steps to actualize the whole reason they are living their lives: to be who they really are, free from conditioning, domestication, wounds, limiting beliefs and other things that tend to hold them down. In this book, I teach you Seven Tools of Healing that enable you to find and live these things for yourself.Hold the faith. Don’t give up. Keep learning and searching and you will find your freedom. That is a law of nature.I sincerely hope that the information in this book will be of significant help to you on your own healing journey.Steven M Hall, MD