July Newsletter

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Summer is really here now! We hope you are finding a way to balance time for rest and self-care with time for outdoor activities. 

If you are out in the sun a lot, we hope you are drinking enough water! In this newsletter, learn more about how just 1% dehydration can negatively affect your mental health. 

Also, learn about homeopathic medicine and how it can help with just about any chronic illness and even acute illnesses. Additionally, it has been around for over 200 years, and has lot of positive scientific backing.

If you want to talk about anything visit our support group

Discovering Alternative Treatments:
Homeopathic Medicine 

From: Hope Instilled

Homeopathic Medicine: A very safe treatment, great scientific support, been around for over 200 years, can help with acute and chronic illnesses even without a specific diagnosis. 

Chronic Pain ResourcesWhat is Homeopathy?

Homeopathy is based on the principle that “like cures like.” In other words, a substance that causes the symptoms of the illness is taken in small amounts to treat or cure it. In some cases, it is the active ingredient that contributed to the illness in the first place. The substance (active ingredient) is highly diluted and used in the smallest amount possible, to trigger the body’s own natural healing mechanisms.

Learn more about what is is, the principles of homeopathy, conditions it can help, how safe it is, the history of it, scientific proof, how to find a good practitioner, and what to expect at the initial appointment on our website.

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"It's always something, to know you've done the most you could. But, don't leave off hoping, or it's of no use doing anything. Hope, hope to the last! 

- Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby 

Exploring Wellness: Here's what happens to your body when you don't drink enough water

By: Toby Mundel, Massey University on Business Insider Australia 

Water is essentiChronic Pain Resourcesal for human life. It accounts for for 50-70% of our body weight and is crucial for most bodily functions.

Research shows that as little as 1% dehydration negatively affects your mood, attention, memory and motor coordination. Data in humans is lacking and contradictory, but it appears that brain tissue fluid decreases with dehydration, thus reducing brain volume and temporarily affecting cell function.

Here are 20 Really Bad Signs You Aren't Drinking Enough Water

How Much Water You Should Drink
Who founded Hope Instilled and Why
Here is more about my story, what happened to me, how much I lost, how broken I became. Learn about how such deep and utter destruction of my life brought out the fighter in me which unleashed my desire to help others.

Finding HOPE 

Will I Ever Heal From Chronic Pain?

By: Sarah Anne Shockley

Chronic Pain ResourcesThe questions that have come up for me again and again while living with chronic pain are: when will I be healed? will I ever be healed? what does true healing consist of, anyway?

At first, I assumed I knew what healing is. It's when the pain stops–when my condition ends and I get my body back.

But is that really one specific moment? If my pain left me tomorrow, would that mean I was completely healed? What if my pain comes and goes? What if it stems from an unidentifiable source or condition? What does that mean about healing? When is better all better?

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"Hope is the last thing ever lost." 

- Italian Proverb 
DIY Natural Recipe: Dandelion Root 

  • Liver Detox
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Upset Stomach
  • Intestinal Gas
  • Gallstones
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle Aches
  • Eczema 
  • Treating Infections 

It's been used as a medicinal herb for centuries across many different cultures, as early as 900 AD. Its roots and leaves are dried and used to make dandelion tea, which contain vitamins A, C and D, and significant amounts of zinc, iron, magnesium and potassium. (LIVESTRONG, 2018)

The roots and flower of a dandelion can be eaten raw, boiled or infused into dandelion tea. 

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    Dandelion Tea
    Steep root or flowers for 30 minutes in boiling water. You can choose to strain out the roots and flowers or drink them. You can also buy organic dandelion tea bags. 

    Dandelion can also be added to salads, seafood dishes, or pasta dishes as an herb. 

    Allergic reactions
    If you’re allergic to ragweed, daisies, chrysanthemums, or marigolds, you may be allergic to dandelion. Check with a healthcare provider first, especially if you are taking medicines for the liver. View more info here: Dr. Axe

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    Hope Instilled Resources & Support

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    Chronic Pain ResourcesNew Content on Website
    View our page on Homeopathy and check out our newest blog How to Evaluate if You Have a Good Doctor for Your Chronic Pain Condition
    Chronic Pain ResourcesShare Your Story! 
    Help other people who suffer from chronic pain by sharing alternative treatments you have found or hope that you have gained.
    Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments about our newsletter.

    Yours in hope,
    Jory Pradjinski 
    Founder of Hope Instilled, Inc. 
    Disclaimer: The content within this email and on our site is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis and/or any treatment, but are for informational purposes only. We are not doctors or medical professionals, nor do we claim to be such. We are simply sharing educational information and our own experiences. The information often is based upon what has worked for us. Please consult your doctor or other qualified health provider on any health situations and/or conditions you are experiencing. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it due to something you read in this email or on our site. Hope Instilled, Inc. shall not be held liable or responsible for any misunderstanding or misuse of the information contained in this email or on our site, or for any losses, damages, or injuries caused by any application or treatment of anything discussed in this email or on the site.
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