You say your doctor is a jerk because (s)he won't give you any more pain meds... Your so-called health insurance won't pay for the drugs that work, and everyone looks at you like you're really a drug addict who's pretending to have chronic pain because that's how you can score.... And there are days when your husband (or wife) acts like a total turd.....and you can tell that (s)he is just plain tired of your pain.
Well, what I have to say here will only "land" with some of you. It's when you're sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, and there don't seem to be any options left -- that's when most people start to open up to the ideas I'm going to put forth here.
Your doctor and everyone else in the medical field is doing the best they can. They've been trained in drugs and surgery. Dispensing drugs is a very efficient way of dealing with large numbers of patients. You've got a headache? Here....take this pill. Allergies? Take this pill. Chronic pain?.......um......er... well........ since the number of deaths due to opiod overdoses has skyrocketed, and since I have a wife and a family to support, I don't want to be sued if anything should happen to you.....and besides, opiods will only work for a while, and then you're going to want more....because the more you take, the more they destroy the part of your brain that receives them and so you're going to need more and more and more.........
You get it......
So if no one out there will help you, what are you going to do? Do you have a "Plan B"? If your answer is "No", don't worry -- you're not alone. We've all been taught to go to the doctor when we feel bad, and the doctor will give us something to make us feel better. Great when it works. Sucks when it doesn't.
What if I were to tell you that you've been relying too heavily on a system of medicine that is efficient, but not always very effective. Especially when it comes to any chronic condition? What if there was a way that you could begin to take your health into your own hands?
Now, I realize that not all health conditions can be helped by natural means, and I'm not trying to suggest that. But there's sooooo much that we can do for ourselves. If you try some of the suggestions I'm going to be making, they might help -- or not. But if you don't try, then you'll definitely fail at helping yourself. So what do you have to lose?
Here's a link to one of many solutions I'll be offering you over the next few weeks. This is a method that I know personally, have used with some of my patients, and have watched it being used on people with incredible results -- often within 20-30 minutes. It's based on activating certain acupuncture points by tapping on them.
I only have one request: If you try it and it helps, please let me know!!! Scroll down and leave a comment! This isn't about making me feel good, it's about helping thousands of pain sufferers move from pain-centered to life-centered.