Misinformation: Vote for the Lie!

You can still vote RIGHT NOW before reading the answer below! Thank you to readers who voted on Facebook yesterday. Those Facebook results are already included in this poll.

When I first fell ill and nobody could diagnose or treat me, I began trying things on my own. I thought I should write down what I was learning for others who may come behind me and this eventually led to Realitynibs.com

CFS/FMS is a term coined by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum because he found that chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia were simply different manifestations of the same underlying condition: hypothalamic dysfunction. There is a long list of emotional and physical factors that can trigger hypothalamic dysfunction and cause CFS/FMS – this makes it difficult to successfully treat or prevent CFS/FMS but certainly not impossible. Also, when this condition is recognized and caught early, successful treatment is easier.

Some patients have just chronic fatigue or just fibromyalgia but most – like me – have some combination of both. In my case, the CFS is dominant.

The main program I’m attending at the Optimum Health Clinic in London can also be used to become a practitioner. I plan to do this eventually, after I have completed my own healing.

In short, the untrue option above is the second one. CFS/FMS can be prevented. This may be difficult in the 21st century but it is far from impossible. And that’s my final answer!

Day 16 (April 16) – Misinformation

  • Tell us 3 things that are true about you, your condition, or your Health Activism. Tell us 1 lie. Will we be able to tell the difference?
  • Bonus points – share your 3 + 1 as a poll on FB. Share the results! 

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