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10 ACTIONS TO MAKE LIFE MORE POSITIVE AND UPLIFTING FOR YOURSELF

10 ACTIONS TO MAKE LIFE MORE POSITIVE AND UPLIFTING FOR YOURSELF – by Barby Ingle

  1. Choose happiness.
  2. Create goals and more towards accomplishing them.
  3. Get involved in projects that you can be interested in and successfully complete.
  4. Keep yourself surrounded with happy people.
  5. Look at the bright side of challenges.
  6. Motivate yourself.
  7. Practice meditation and controlling your thoughts.
  8. Smile big and often.
  9. Visualize success.
  10. When anxiety and stresses are high,
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Be your own best advocate now to be a stronger healthier person in the future!

When you have a flare or emergency situation, you have to be willing to stand up for yourself.

Case in point 1. I went to a local hospital because I was having severe pain from two kidney stones trying to pass at the same time. I got to the hospital and they brought me back to a er room really quickly. The doctor came in and ordered a urine test and an iv of fluids … Read the rest

 

Smiling Can Help You Be Happier!

Research has shown that when you smile, your brain assumes you must be happy1.

A good way to start the day, prepare for a doctors visit, or a social event (especially if you tend towards depression) is to make it a habit to practice everyday for a few minutes, eventually, it will become more natural and more of a reflex action to help release stress.

Practice the following simple meditation (might help to close your … Read the rest

 

My improvements from infusion therapy

People have been asking a lot lately about my improvements from infusion therapy. Here is a brief overview of what it has and hasn’t done for me.

It has significantly helped with:

Constant burning pain

Abnormal hair growth/loss

Blanching

Concentration/ memory

Fever/ Low grade temperature

Headaches

Hearing disturbances

Hypersensitivity

Insomnia

Migraines

Optical migraines

Skin cold/hot

Sleeping

Stiffness/ Range of Motion

Sweating

Swelling

TMJ/face pain

Vomiting

Walking

Slight Improvement seen in:

Balance

Constipation

Dizziness

Fatigue

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The summer!

It has been a great summer so far. Pretty relaxing. I got to go on my first vacation in 10 years. It was amazing. Now I am getting geared up for the fall. Sept. is Pain Awareness Month and we have a lot of events going on. As well my newest book The Pain Code; Walking Through the Minefield of the Health system will be released in print on September 1, 2012. I will post … Read the rest

 

The Pain Code

The Pain Code; Walking Through the Minefield of the Health System
When it comes to living, the best life you can when faced with a chronic care condition every person has choices. It is a matter of finding the right fit for you. The patient can either let the disease run them or sort through the system and take control of the disease. Coping with a chronic condition takes hope and self-awareness. Through the author’s … Read the rest

 

One of my favorite books: Atlas Shrugged

One of my top 5 books of all time is Atlas Shrugged. Yes it is long, it took me 6 months to get through the whole book, it is so worth it, It teaches about social interaction.  This is one of the bestselling books of all time, but brings about controversial views, most love it or hate it. It covers: property rights, theory of sex, government and business, sanction of the victim, and philosophy. When … Read the rest