It's easy to get overwhelmed with Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, POTS, MCS, and similar invisible illnesses.
People feel overwhelmed trying to do new diets, lifestyle changes, medical treatments, brain training, and just about any other helpful strategy to recover from Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, POTS, or MCS.
Understanding how this affects your recovery and how to change your approach may be the biggest breakthrough in your recovery.
The 7 Steps:
1.) Prioritise a Healing Environment
2.) Progress Not Perfection
3.) Practice Self Compassion
4.) Consider a Time Out
5.) Scale Your Engagement
6.) Adopt a Flexible Approach
7.) Focus More On How Than What
|Overwhelmed with Fibromyalgia ME/CFS POTS & MCS Recovery strategies intro||0:00:00|
|The single shift that can create breakthroughs||0:01:23|
|A big problem with recovery strategies||0:02:58|
|Changing your focus and approach||0:04:25|
|Consider a radical change||0:05:18|
|Don't let brain training stress you out||0:07:35|
|Should you 'make it happen'?||0:08:37|
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Episode 4: Dr Jacob Teitelbaum, world leading MECFS Fibromyalgia POTS physician, shares his research and experience
Episode 13: Snippet – Should you change program, coach or practitioner to help you recover from CFS/Fibromyalgia/POTS/MCS?
Episode 7: Top Scientist shares Chronic Pain Insights & discovery of New Effective Fibromyalgia Treatment
You can see the full list of episodes HERE.
Thank you, Dan, for your compassionate and understanding voice. At times I lose my centeredness and fret, ”How can I work on my healing as well as manage all the necessities of daily living?” But then you present a podcast that encourages patience, cutting back, taking things more easily and more self-forgivingly, more gently. It’s what I needed.
Thanks for the feedback – I am glad it supported you. 👍😉❤️