I feel this way often.
I have GAD(Generalized Anxiety Disorder) & panic attacks…The first time I had a panic attack I thought I was dying. I had an extreme nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach. I felt like I couldn’t breathe. I had numbness and tingling sensations in my arms, hands, legs and feet. I could not move or speak. I felt paralyzed. Sweat was pouring off of me and I could not say what was wrong. The only thing I could do was whisper “Jesus” until the feeling went away. I only began to experience this about 2 years ago. It’s one of the worst experiences that I have had to date. What about the doctors you might ask? Yes, what about them? I have a huge medical team. I have a psychiatrist and a therapist. A neurologist, psychologist, physical therapist for 6 different disciplines of physical therapy. A cardiologist, gastroenterologist, geneticist, primary care physician, you name it I have it. Most times a pill is prescribed to put a band aid on a situation that needs to be fixed. The band aid is just temporary and comes off often. Needless to say, I am not a pill taker. I believe that most medications mask and don’t cure. Not all but quite of few of them do. Some of them are necessary for example the treatment for cancer and autoimmune diseases. I firmly believe that there are holistic remedies as well.That work just as effectively if not better than a pill. We are wondrously made and there is alot the brain can do to help the body when you provide it with the right tools.
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I have found meditation to be very helpful since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. No it’s not easy in the beginning but nothing in this world is easy. I use meditation to help with pain and just in my everyday life to lower stress. Stress kills. I have noticed that when I am stressed my symptoms are worse. Meditation has been extremely helpful. Give meditation a try and be very patient and loving with yourself.
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Peace and Blessings
For several weeks I was itching all over now the itching has turned into pain and my skin is very sensitive to the touch…it’s funny, when I told my neurologist what was happening he said that itching wasn’t a symptom of MS. I found information that said it’s an unusual symptom he said that it would be on one side of my body and not all over. If my skin is all over my body and multiple means many than is it possible for my auto-immune to decide to attack the nerves that control my skin? I mean skin is the largest organ on the human body and we have itch receptors in our skin controlled by our brain isn’t it possible for MS to attack the nerves of the itch receptor center in my brain?
Every morning I have Ginger, lemon and honey tea it revitalizes me. This tea is often used to help relieve cold and flu symptoms. All these ingredients have their own natural medicinal qualities and when they are combined, they create a calming and relaxing tea that can ease cold/flu symptoms and boost your immune system. I drink it to boost my immune system.
Just like you wash your body, wash your mind…Meditate!
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