Regarding human beings, they (we, as I am human) all have a brain and a nervous system. So?
Well, recently invited to a seminar on the topic of “Neuropathy,” other keywords were adamantly recognized:
- Chronic Pain,
- Lethargy (low energy),
- Inability to Lose Weight,
- Lobe Inflammation,
- Red Blood Cells,
- Temporal Lobe Seizures,
- Gaba (sounds like an herbal tea to me!),
- Acetocholine (Huh?),
- Nitric Oxide Activation,
- PEMF Therapy, and more — yes, more.
Are any of these familiar to you? To your loved one(s)?
Having lived and meticulously dealt with demon diabetes for many decades, neuropathy has slighted me. It is an aggravating, non-stop, continuous companion that I do not like or want. My attempts to rid of it with a controlled diet and exercise keep it calm. However, it will not disappear. Due to being a “T1D,” (T!D), diabetes is uncontrollable. Believe it. Know it.
Constantly led from one physician to another throughout my life (diabetologists (that no longer exist), endocrinologists, neurologists, general practitioners, family practitioners, etc., etc.,) along with the prescription drugs they offer, my chronic pain persists and worsens. Cures for anything are existential (unique and alone), laughable, unrealistic, surreal (expressing the workings of the subconscious), and now I’m off topic!
Bottom line: During this seminar, I learned that many, if not all, of the aforementioned human problems can be controlled if not alleviated. This link will lead you in the right direction to seeking helpful understanding, appreciation, and kind attention to lingering physical problems: http://drjamesmartinsacramento.com/.
I am glad I attended. Many facts were brought to my attention that I never would have thought of on my own – due to chronic pain, lethargy, and whatever. I hope you take this opportunity to review the website hosted by the esteemed Dr. James Martin, Functional Neurology And Integrative Pastoral Medicine (Eh?). You’ll learn a lot in a brief period.
As always, my intentions are good, focused on the general public and its prosperous welfare.
A. K. Buckroth, author. (#buckroth)