What’s missing in your fibromyalgia healing plan? Have you tried everything recommended or does it just seem like it? What’s likely missing is the very heart of what you need for things to fall into place. Ready to find that missing piece?
Missing Piece – Fibromyalgia Healing Plan
When it comes to healing from fibromyalgia, chronic illness, autoimmune conditions, arthritis, migraines, and more – there’s no shortage of remedies.
Just ask anyone. Seriously.
The internet is a bloated, waddling information-cow filled with news of “guaranteed fibromyalgia cures.” (There’s no such thing, by the way.)
Equally frustrating is the quantity (not quality) of information on what NOT to do.
If I post an article about a recipe, fitness activity, or even a specific nutrient, someone is likely to jump in and say it’s not a good idea and that’s it “doesn’t work” for fibromyalgia.
That’s just human nature.
Instead, in this post, I’ll share a large piece of the puzzle that you may not have in place. It’s one that you may discount, not know much about, or may even feel isn’t all that important.
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Pieces You May Already Have in Place
Here’s a quick view of pieces that may already be in your puzzle box. You may have plans in place to assist with improving your diet or fitness routines. These could include some or all of the following:
- Clean, filtered water
- Fiber-rich veggies and pesticide-free fruits
- Whole, natural unprocessed foods
- Antibiotic and hormone-free, organic, non-grain-fed eggs, meats, fish, and poultry
- Targeted, high-quality micronutrients (supplements)
- Wheat/Gluten and possibly Grains
- Dairy (processed)
- Added sugar
- Artificial sweeteners
- Processed/packaged foods
- Walking and/or rebounding programs
- Posture practices
- Learning body mechanics
- Yoga, pilates, tai chi, qigong, aqua therapy
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Poor body mechanics/posture
- High-impact, prolonged exercises
In my book, FibroWHYalgia, I first mentioned the concept of the Restoration Trio. It includes the THREE key components for any chronic illness healing plan.
You can download your own handy guide listing the BENEFITS of the Restoration Trio HERE.
We’ve mentioned two so far, so what’s missing?
The Missing Piece
Taking care of your body is great – it’s fantastic, actually. And, it’s absolutely critical to the success of your healing plan.
Caring for yourself with healing nutrition and body movement/fitness is essential. But there’s one more piece. And, it’s a BIG one.
The missing component is an umbrella that covers the whole healing plan. It’s what I call, Emotional Wellness.
It’s a very broad term for a number of topics including stress management, sleep, positivity practices, and so much more. These are all brain-feeding and brain-enhancing activities (as well as nutrition and fitness).
Do you have enough of this category of wellness in your healing plan? Are you well-rested, relatively stress-less, and feel that you have the world on a string?
If not, then you’re just like the rest of us!
Where we fit on the spectrum of Emotional Wellness varies greatly.
Click here to download your own printable Restoration Trio Guide.
Sadly, this piece of the trio is often minimized or even skipped. It’s tragic. It’s so tragic, that I want to share the great news of what happens when it’s snapped into place. I’ve written an entire book about it!
In my book, Get Back into Whack, I share lots more. And, I’d love to hear from you!
Help Me Finish the Puzzle
Do you love to read books on healing from chronic illness? Do you have a voice and a passion to share powerful news of healing with your community?
I’d love for you to join me in the weeks ahead. Please reply to this email, use the contact tab on my website or email me directly: Sue at RebuildingWellness dot com.