Liz Dyde’s Mind-Body Connection in Fibromyalgia

This interview started about Liz’s own story or recovery but quickly into a Practitioner’s Interview as we explored the Mind-Body connection in Fibromyalgia.

Liz shares how her recovery was accidental both times and how she only later understood how and why she recovered when she gained a deeper understanding in the mind-body connection and its role in Fibromyalgia.

She shares her experience in assisting people with Fibromyalgia and how recovery occurs as a journey.

Listen to her great insights:

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Farah

Thank you very much for your recovery story, Liz .It gives us hope to continue!
Dan Neuffer you are very kind to share details of alternative treatment plans when you have an amazing comprehensive recovery strategy yourself, ” Ansrewire”

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I tried the contact info for Liz and it did not work. I would like to ask her a few questions and she seemed to be willing to answer those. Can you help with that? I have always known this was connected to my mind. My latest happened after I was diagnosed with EDS. suddenly after that diagnosis I had more symptoms of it than I ever did. This did not make sense to me. But the dr told me I had it and told me what the symptoms were. So I think my brain said ‘oK then” I guess… Read more »

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Candy

Forgot to mention that I am an engineer and researching these things is something we have in common. Wondered if you were aware of new research starting now at RCCXandillness.com? There is also a FB page. They are working to link the turning on of the stress response genes to all of these illnesses and show that they are connected. I am going to give the dr there your information. You might find the information interesting.

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another great interview – disappointing that doctors today are still telling people it’s incurable – so wrong and disheartening for them