February Newsletter

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We are here to bring you some more HOPE! This month, as mentioned in the previous newsletter, we are sharing an alternative treatment that isn't well-known. However, it is known to find the source of a lot of chronic pain problems, and can be helpful to just about any chronic illness out there. It can help a lot of people to get their lives back from pain. You can read Jena's story of how it helped her chronic pain heal from a 6-8 on average, down to for the most part a 0. We also have some great tips on taking back your mental health! 

Remember, if you want to talk about anything, even the information we share, you can visit our support group. 

Jena's Story of Conquering Chronic Pain (Part 1)

This is my Story of Severe Chronic Pain and Depression, Unraveling the Truth Behind Chronic Pain, and Finding Nothing but Light at the End of the Tunnel! 

This ISN'T just a story of pain, finding hope, and finding the right treatment that only works for me.

This IS a story about finding the truth out about chronic illnesses – that most people don’t know. It’s about finding a successful alternative treatment that can help a lot of people who suffer from a chronic illness to get their life back. IF they can be open-minded.

By: Jena, Hope Instilled, Inc. 

My body healed from ongoing horrible stomach pain, fatigue, constant migraines, back pain, neck pain, chest pain, depression, sleep problems, and severe food allergies. My doctor also sent me to a hormone specialist and that has improved, as well. I feel normal 95% of the time. My pain levels were normally in the 6-8 range, and now I’m usually at a 0 on the pain scale.

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"Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today."

- Thich Nhat Hanh

Discovering Alternative Treatments:
Muscle Testing

What is Muscle Testing?

From: Hope Instilled

Chronic Pain ResourcesMuscle testing is a tool that can be used to find the root cause as to why an organ or body system is out of balance, whether it’s dietary, a nutritional deficiency, nerve tissue damage, or a chemical imbalance.

Practitioners find the areas of the body that create muscle weaknesses, and then correct those weaknesses by providing supplements and dietary changes. Once the problem with the associated internal organ is resolved, the body will have the ability to heal itself, and the muscle will no longer be weak. Muscle Testing can help to some degree with any chronic illness.

Learn more about what is is, how it works, how it helps with chronic pain, 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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Is it possible to reduce pain medications?
Is it possible to reduce pain medications?

Exploring Wellness: Mental Health 

Being chronically sick, it is very easy for our thoughts about ourselves to turn negative. These are some awesome tips for turning those thoughts around.

6 Ways to Stop (Mentally) Beating Yourself Up

By: Psychology Today

Chronic Pain ResourcesDeveloping a balanced, realistic view of yourself takes curiosity and commitment. You must be willing to look at the ways in which you 
talk to and appraise yourself, and change those habits. But it's worth it. Healthy self-appraisal is associated with reduced depression and anxiety, more satisfying relationships, and improved overall quality of life.

Step 1. Listen to your self-talk. Most of us talk to ourselves—narrating our successes and failures—all day. This streaming commentary, which cognitive behavioral therapists call "self-talk," is usually internal and automatic—we're often not aware that it's going on at all.

When you spill your coffee, do you declare yourself a slob who ruins everything, or do you laugh it off? When a friend compliments your clothes, do you think, "I feel great in this!" or wonder if they are implying that your clothes are usually frumpy? The first step to changing how you view yourself is to listen to how you talk to yourself.

6 Steps to View Yourself in a Healthier Way
"The sky takes on shades of orange during sunrise and sunset, the colour that gives you hope that the sun will set only to rise again. "

– Ram Charan
DIY Natural Recipe: White Willow Bark

White willow bark can help with headaches, gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, menstrual cramps, muscle pain and Ankylosing Spondylitis (a disease of the spine).

This bark can lessen inflammation found in the gastrointestinal system, joints and respiratory tracts, and also break fevers (which are a symptom of infection). 

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    A tea can be made by boiling 1-2 teaspoons of dried bark in 8oz of water. Let it simmer for 10 minutes and then steep for 20 minutes. For optimal benefits, drink up to three cups a day.  Capsule or liquid forms are also available. Do not consume on a regular basis. 

    Hope Instilled Resources & Support

    Chronic Pain ResourcesSupport: Join Our Forums or Facebook Closed Groups for Peer to Peer Support, it's a place for us to talk about how living with chronic pain affects our lives.

    Chronic Pain ResourcesFollow us on Pinterest where we have boards on chronic pain, specific alternative treatments, wellness, preventing & curing cancer, stories of hope, DIY products/recipes, and more.

    Chronic Pain Resources  Follow our YouTube Channel for inspiring videos.

    LikChronic Pain Resourcese us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter for Hope, Medical News, Support, Alternative Treatments and Wellness information.

    Chronic Pain ResourcesNew Content on Website
    View our page on Muscle Testing find out what it is and how it can help with chronic pain.
    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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