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Updated by Heather Lynn on Sep 09, 2018
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"Out Of The Box" Treatment Idea's For Chronic Pain (Even CRPS/RSD)

1) Diet: 24 Essential Nutrients & Which Foods Provide Them

1) Diet:
Trust me when I say how much I understand the difficulty in this one.

When it comes to cooking, if I am standing for too long while making myself food.... I'll most likely be to nauseous to eat it by the time I was done.

So convenience became a huge thing for me. Buying food that was already made and/or buy everything in the Frozen Food section that I could pop in the microwave.
The other reason it is so hard to give up "the good stuff" (junk food), is because it makes us feel good.... at the time.
When your in pain 24/7, you'll do anything for some relief/temporary happiness.... even if it means eating a big piece of chocolate cake to put a smile on your face.

Trust me, I get it.

But I've learned that if you start things off by treating food as medicine, you're resetting the "foundation" (your body). And giving it the proper vitamins and minerals needed to survive, thrive, and most important.... heal.

Ideally, we want to get all of our vitamins and nutrients through diet rather than fake food and supplements. But that's not always possible.
Here is a great resource guide to help you out!

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Hypnotherapy helps reprogram and allow positive change to occur at the subconscious level which can benefit those undergoing Ketamine treatment.

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Having the time and resources to go on a vacation doesn’t always occur. So how can you get a change of scenery without actually getting away?

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Resources on complementary health approaches from A (acupuncture) to Z (zinc). From NIH's National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

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