Stay the course with your good health and neuropathy care habits, and over time everything becomes a little better!
One of the things patients and the BEST caregivers realize is that good treatment plans for patients with neuropathy and many forms of chronic pain can be simplified.
With simplification comes less stress AND expense.
Pulling this off means you must learn to be personally accountable, to you.
For example, we learned how easy the NeuropathyDR Diet can be to follow. If you still don’t have a copy, you’ll find it in our Patient Library. Many of you have told me how much better you feel JUST by following it!
Amazing as it is, we feel so much better by eating this way—and spending less on groceries.
We also have talked about how important each key nutrient is, along with daily applications of neurostim and other key components of your NeuropathyDR clinician’s home care plan.
Every week is a little better until… something happens and you find yourself greeting off-track—lousy diet, not enough water, and not enough activity.
Maybe it was that wedding or party. Or weekend away. Or, worse yet, maybe some criticism from friends or relatives, targeting you for being so “good”.
Then you get to thinking, I can “cheat” on all this self-care and it won’t make a difference. Nope, not at all…
Before you know it, a week or more has gone by and you find yourself sluggish again, in more pain, with poorer sleep…
So what’s up here? In reality, our bodies are “plastic”, but only to a point. And the older we get, the less this is true.
Miss a day of self-care—so what? But miss 2 or more, and before you know it, all hell has broken loose.
The fix for this is to tell yourself day after day that EVERYTHING matters, especially your good self-care.
So don’t let others sway or deter—stay the course with your good health and neuropathy care habits, and over time everything becomes a little better!
Remind yourself that it can take years to get sick, and repair takes time.
Just remember: everything you do matters!
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