All In Your Head? Part 3: FIBROMYALGIA

Breakthrough in NeuroScience Offers New Hope to Millions of Fibro Sufferers-Without the Use of Drugs and Without Drug Side-Effects!

Fibromyalgia is a common, chronic medical disorder characterized by widespread pain and often coupled with other symptoms such as fatigue, disturbed sleep, chronic headaches, and other ailments. Depending on whose statistics you read (National Institutes of Health, National Women’s Health Information Center, American College of Rheumatology, etc.), as many as 4-8 million adults suffer with Fibromyalgia. However, since approximately 30 million Americans suffer with “chronic, generalized pain unrelated to a structural or inflammatory cause”, the actual number of those suffering with Fibromyalgia may be much higher.

Throughout most of the twentieth century, many physicians considered Fibromyalgia to be purely a psychological condition (i.e., “It’s all in your head”). Patients complained of pain (along with many other symptoms) and doctors were unable to find anything wrong. So, most either dismissed the condition (again, “It’s all in your head”) or reluctantly diagnosed it “by default” when they couldn’t find anything else that might be responsible for the patient’s condition.

Eventually, the number of Fibromyalgia patients became too large to ignore. In 1987, the American Medical Association (AMA) finally recognized Fibromyalgia as an illness and cause of disability. In 1990, the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) provided diagnostic criteria for the disorder. Even though Fibromyalgia has now been officially recognized by the medical community, and is slowly gaining some respect, things are still difficult for the average Fibromyalgia patient, who suffers for at least five years and is often shuffled between rheumatologists, neurologists, internists, hematologists, and a variety of other specialists before she finally receives her diagnosis (80-90% of those who suffer with Fibromyalgia are women).

If you can relate to this, please don’t be discouraged! In what follows we will give you some important, new information which can give many who suffer with Fibromyalgia cause for real hope. Here’s why we say this… Read the Complete Article

All In Your Head? Part 2: PANIC and ANXIETY

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The United States is now the most anxious nation in the world, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Anxiety Disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults age 18 and older (nearly one in every five). American women suffer from anxiety and stress almost twice as much as men, and anxiety is the most common mental health issue facing senior citizens in this country. What’s more, this epidemic is not limited to adults. One psychologist recently noted, “The average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950s.”

But wait! There is a better way. We’re not thinking here about techniques, or methods, or therapies, although many of them are helpful.  We’re thinking about a strikingly-simple solution to what can at times seem to be a complex, insurmountable and overwhelming problem.  In a nutshell, we’re going to tell you about a real breakthrough: a non-drug, alternative approach to Panic and Anxiety which can offer you some real hope.  So, take heart.  And, read onContinue reading

All In Your Head? Part 1: DEPRESSION

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A recent study by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics reported that antidepressant use in the United States has skyrocketed over recent years, increasing nearly 400% between 2005-2008 alone.  The study went on to report that antidepressants are the most frequently used prescription drug taken by Americans between the ages of 18-44; that more than one in ten Americans over the age of 12 takes an antidepressant; and, that almost one in every four women between the ages of 40-59 takes antidepressants.  What’s more, over 60% of Americans taking antidepressant medication have been taking it longer than 2 years and about 14% of Americans taking antidepressant medication have done so for 10 years or longer.

Given the above, and unless things change, there’s no reason to assume we’ll see a decline in the number of Americans taking these medications.  It appears that antidepressants are here to stay.  This is not only disturbing, it’s depressing.

But wait!  There is a better way.  We’re not thinking here about techniques, or methods, or therapies, although many of them are helpful.  We’re thinking about a strikingly-simple solution to what can at times seem to be a complex, insurmountable and overwhelming problem.  In a nutshell, we’re going to tell you about a real breakthrough: a non-drug, alternative approach to Depression which can offer you some real hope.  So, take heart.  And, read on
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