One who lives with one autoimmune, usually will develop other autoimmune disease down the road. I know this from experience. After the birth of my second child (age 27), I started developing other symptoms. I did a lot of research of why this happens, and I read that any trauma your body goes through, could result new symptoms down the road. Which made sense, because I started out with bad migraines and inflammation. Was being treated for years for the pain, but it was just a bandage, or temporary fix. I was so use of fixing the problem when it happened, that I never took the time to examine the cause of the problem.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
I have learned that many of us, do the same. We are so busy in life, that we don’t think about the problem…. Until it becomes a problem. I went many years, taking opioids to relieve my body pain. Years later, I realized that I ate a lot of steak and drank a lot of diary. Not knowing that was the cause of my problems.
It’s been six months since I learned that I can no longer eat steak nor any dairy products. The results that I have gotten, has been life changing. I cured the cause of my problem, and now I’m living pain free. Don’t get me wrong, I still have bad days, but they aren’t as frequent.
My youngest son is fifteen years old, and I finally got my pain in control. Fifteen years of trial and error on learning what works for me. This was not an overnight success story by any means. However, there is hope for you. If you find yourself inflamed, more than likely you have a food allergy which is triggering your inflammation. If you need a food journal to document what your eating, then I highly recommend it. I also recommend you to walk or start some type of fitness routine. This has definitely helped me with the stiffness in my back and shoulders. Everything I have recommended, I have personally done myself and got amazing results. You have this one life, make it count!
Highly recommend this book! This book talks about food allergies, and things I had no clue about. This book really helped me learn more about my autoimmune diseases, since I’m battling four of them. (Fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, chronic ITP)