Judging from the many responses to the BHRT Summit advertisments on this blog a short while back, and the increasing sales of my book, it's becoming obvious that readers are benefiting from my writings.
Readers Agree with Me: We CAN Break Through Barriers to Cope and to Heal to the the greatest extent of human capability.
My "Can-Do Strategies" for dealing with medical problems puts much of the control of your medical future in your own hands: YOU decide how you will respond to various medical complications. YOU take positive action(s) that can produce desired emotional and/or health oriented results.
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING TO IMPROVE YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES.
My book highlights Alternative and Complementary Medicine endeavors. They literally made a Life and Death difference to me after my medical crisis in 2005. My organic foods and lifestyle continue to help me break through barriers and "generally expected limitations" until today. That's why my vision continues to improve against Western Medical guideline expectations and why my eyewear prescription continues to fall. It's how I beat the odds of having a horribly broken arm amputated in 2007, succeeding instead with innovative surgery and follow-up therapy.
Make the decision to heal/cope with medical challenges.
Be willing to think outside conventional practices.
Doing so helps countless numbers of people bedsides me to manage better in the face of medical crises.
Let such decisions and actions help YOU, too.
The return to natural living and healing methodologies is affecting the world of Western Medicine. The NIH (National Institutes of Health) is even accentuating the natural healing arts. Check out this recent National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine press release announcing the NEED for health care providers and patients to discuss nonconventional healing methods.
PATIENT TIPS FOR DISCUSSING CAM WITH PROVIDERS
-- When completing patient history forms, be sure to include all therapies and treatments you use. Make a list in advance.
-- Tell your health care providers about all therapies or treatments -- including over-the-counter and prescription medicines, as well as herbal and dietary supplements.
-- Take control. Don't wait for your providers to ask about your CAM use.
-- If you are considering a new CAM therapy, ask your health care providers about its safety, effectiveness, and possible interactions with medicines (both prescription and over-the-counter).
PROVIDER TIPS FOR DISCUSSING CAM WITH PATIENTS
-- Include a question about CAM use on medical history forms.
-- Ask your patients to bring a list of all therapies they use, including prescription, over-the-counter, herbal therapies, and other CAM practices.
-- Have your medical staff initiate the conversation.
Keep praying! The One Above is in charge of our progress. Our job is to make that progress possible with improved attitudes and efforts.
To your good health,
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life.