Aching and Fatigue
Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue
Generalized pain and stiffness
Associated fatigue, digestive disturbances, cognitive dysfunction and many other symptoms
Physical therapy, exercise
Remove all the problems in your existing food supply
Add all the nutrients your body needs
Reintroduce the best, nourishing foods available and establish a new healthier diet
Learn how to take better care of yourself
Begin gentle exercise and slowly regain physical fitness.
There is a growing population of people who are not well but who do not have the markers of specific disease. Physicians have been tempted in the past to dismiss these patients as hypochondriacs, attribute their symptoms to "stress" or try to include them in diagnoses such as depression or somatization disorder. In primary medical practice non-specific and in-between disease are more common than the nicely packaged diseases described in textbooks. Patients with in-between disease have some of the symptoms and signs that suggest the diagnosis of specific disease but not everything fits together. A patient may have joint pains and swelling, for example, but not show rheumatoid factor or have X-Ray signs of rheumatoid arthritis; she feels like a second-class citizen since she does not have a definitive diagnosis. Chronic diseases take many years to evolve so that many in-between patients are on their way to the final disease product.
The Book Introduction
More chronic in-between diseases are here to stay and may represent increasing problems in the food supply and general environment. The human body should be viewed as sensitive and reactive to the environment. It is appropriate for a patient to report sensitivity and reactivity to food, beverages, water, air and other features of the environment. Emotional, intellectual, and physical sensitivity-reactivity are different expressions of the same biological properties.
Body surface protection involves immune sensors act in concert with nervous systems sensors to respond to threats at the body-environment interfaces. All body surfaces continuously monitor the ambient environment and generate symptoms when activated. An interactive, often synergistic effect of molecular stressors in air, food, water, and drugs should be recognized.
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