August Newsletter

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Summer is near its end, and if you live some place that isn't hot all year around it might be good to take advantage of the outdoor pools or lakes in your area. We have extensive information on the benefits of hydrotherapy for not only chronic pain conditions, but for wellness for anyone. Also, learn how nature positively influences your body on both physical and mental levels. 

Arthritis? Check out Dr. Axe's Natural Treatments! 

If you want to talk about anything visit our support group

Discovering Alternative Treatments:

From: Hope Instilled

Quick Guide to Hydrotherapy: 

  • Benefits anyone even without a chronic illness
  • Has been used for centuries to stay healthy & ward off diseases
  • Great for people who can't do land exercises
  • Many home treatment and professional treatment options for different health issues. 

What is Hydrotherapy?

HydrotherapyChronic Pain Resources also known as aquatic therapy, uses water for restoring, maintaining, and regulating health. Water is used to alter the intensity of an exercise, and due to the buoyancy of water it is less stressful on a person’s joints and body in general.

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

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"I hope if you have doubts about yourself, you'll be able to re-evaluate your old beliefs and rediscover the amazing person you've always been." 

- Sandra V. Abell, Feeling Good About You

Exploring Wellness: How Does Nature Impact our Wellbeing?

By: University of Minnesota

Chronic Pain ResourcesResearch reveals that environments can increase or reduce our stress, which in turn impacts our bodies. What you are seeing, hearing, experiencing at any moment is changing not only your mood, but how your nervous, endocrine, and immune systems are working.

The stress of an unpleasant environment can cause you to feel anxious, or sad, or helpless. This in turn elevates your blood pressure, heart rate, and muscle tension and suppresses your immune system. A pleasing environment reverses that.

Here are even more reasons to spend time in nature:
11 scientific reasons you should be spending more time outside

Read How Nature Heals, Soothes, and Restores
Natural Treatments for Arthritis

Finding HOPE 


By: Rachel Tate

In this video Rachel talks about her diagnosis with a chronic illness, how it changed her life and what she is doing to help other people through this experience!

"I hope you find grace in this world, that you recognize your worth, and that you can shine." 

-Tsang Lindsay, Live Free: Re-Write Your Story 
DIY Natural Recipe: Milk Thristle 

Milk Thristle is most commonly used for liver problems.

  • Liver Detox
  • Reducing cholesterol
  • Supporting weight loss
  • Can stop spread of certain types of cancer
  • May help with diabetes

Milk thristle is a natural herb with antioxidant and anti-flammatory properties. It is one of the most popular natural supplement to use for liver problems. 

Side effects are rare, but check with your doctor if you are taking any medications. 

    Chronic Pain Resources


    Milk Thristle Capsules
    50-150 milligrams can be taken a day for ongoing liver support. To cleanse the liver 150 milligrams is recommended for 1-3 times daily.

    Buy Milk Thristle Tea or Make it Yourself 
    Crush 1 TBSP of Milk Thristle seeds in a mortar. Add 3 cups of boiling water. Steep for 20 minutes and strain.

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    Hope Instilled Resources & Support

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    Chronic Pain ResourcesNew Content on Website
    View our page on Hydrotherapy and check out our newest blog The Gaps in Our Healthcare (Which Affects Everyone)
    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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