Wisdom From The Other Side
Of Recovery from Fibromyalgia, ME, CFS, POTS & MCS
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Episodes & Show Notes:
Kristin shares her CFS recovery story in this wonderful detailed interview and talks about the treatments she tried, the ups and downs, her relapses and the constant expansion of diagnoses and symptoms. We delve into how she changed her approach to recover from ME/CFS, POTS, MCS, Bulimia and PTSD.
In this episode, world-renowned fibromyalgia researcher Professor Dr. Kati Thieme shares her research and understanding of the root cause of fibromyalgia. She tells of how her theoretical research accidentally led to the discovery of an effective treatment for fibromyalgia called Systolic Extinction Training (SET), which when combined with psychological brain-training strategies, is very effective in resolving chronic pain in fibromyalgia and other conditions.
After speaking with 100s of people that have found a way to cure their Fibromyalgia, POTS, ME/CFS and MCS, there are many learnings to be shared.
Raelan Agle who also shares recovery interviews on her YouTube channel was the ideal person to join me for a conversation about recovery.
After so many years I still get emails about how CFS Unravelled has changed people’s life in their quest for recovery from ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS, MCS and related syndromes. We discuss how the hypothesis was born and how it explains the many “mysteries” of the illness.
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum is one of the world’s leading ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and POTS physicians and shares his experience and insights in this episode of the Wisdom from the Other Side Podcast.
Dan answers questions about neuroplasticity and why it matters for recovery from Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, POTS & MCS as well as well as how it and central sensitisation occur.
What prompted Dan Neuffer to start this new podcast for people experiencing ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS and MCS? What are some of the worst injustices we experience with invisible illness, and what can you do about it?