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- Tue Jun 24, 2008 5:05 pm
- Forum: Diet & Allergies
- Topic: PROGRESS UPDATE NO GLUTEN/WHEAT
- Replies: 32
- Views: 2412
Coming off gluten and wheat was crucial for my recovery also. Jan 2007 was the time when I consumed my last ever beer! Don't miss it though :icon_smile_lachuh: I have just had a very interesting experience. Terrible bowel problems of late resulting in fatigue, headaches and all sorts of crap symptom...
- Sat Mar 08, 2008 2:06 pm
- Forum: CFS, IBS, Fibro etc
- Topic: Prostatitis and overlapping Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1269
To be frank IBS is a bullshit diagnosis in my opinion. Had all the IBS symtoms and diagnoses' for a decade then cut out wheat/gluten and not a problem since. I used to have gass and cramps EVERY night after eating for 2 hours!!!
Hi all, Good to speak to you all again. thought I better tell you that life is going great. Job going well, met someone special, and in terms of mental and physical health much better. I haven't had any significant pain since last September which is great. I had a 2 week flare up in November which I...
- Sat Dec 08, 2007 12:05 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Panic Attacks during Paradoxical Relaxation
- Replies: 14
- Views: 703
I suffered from panic attacks inmy late teens and early twenties. Yes they are truly horrifying (especially when on holiday in a foregin country)! Consider that much of our daily lives are spent with us being in a constant state of stimulation (careful :wink: ), mind activity and business. Basically...
- Sat Dec 08, 2007 11:50 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Thoughts on SP, PT in general and the passage of time...
- Replies: 68
- Views: 2771
I agree with Sleeper's observations. I also think that Webslave is spot on in the last post. I have believed for a while now that men do get better over time if - * they stop worrying about the condition which prevents the perpetuation of the condition through the pain-anxiety-tension cycle. * they ...
Bloody hell. That does sound stressful. I can see now why you made the comment about masculinity and not being allowed to show depression. I work in a university where it's practically de rigueur to be a bit upset I don't claim to have a stressful job per se, but I know that above a certain level o...
Yeah Rich after pain free periods a return of symptoms is hard to bear. I have found this also. I do believe though, that just because you're in a stressful job again (as I am) that much can be done to keep pain down. I am an arrest offiver for the immigration arrest team in Birmingham. Wearing stab...
Thanks all. Some good stuff there! Something I think we all have gained surely is a resilience in our character?? Dont you find that having CPPS makes other events in life less fearful? Dont you feel like you can handle tough times after surviving so long with this and not ending up in a funny farm?...
Hi all, Just a couple of questions for sufferes if you could offer your opinion please 1. Do you believe that you'll ever be completely free of the fear of CPPS even if you are symptom free. I notice that even the most successfull of us at beating our symptoms hold this fear to some extent. I person...
- Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:04 pm
- Forum: Muscle Spasm & Anxiety Tx
- Topic: PT not Working
- Replies: 13
- Views: 980
I can certainly answer that question with a HELL YES. I am not 100%, but I don't think about that anymore. I think about dealing with this and continually improving my quality of life. For instance after sitting all day at work, all I could do was rush home and sit in hot water and take Aleve (napr...