Editor’s Note: This piece was submitted by a contributing writer and does not represent the views of CURE Media Group.
Chronic pain can be exhausting and debilitating, sapping away your life. At one point my pain was so bad I could hardly walk or drive.
Does this sound familiar? Do you remember thinking, “I’ll never feel normal again”? It’s difficult to find one’s way back to feeling better.
My first fear was how was I going to manage this disease and two active grade-school children?
This drove me to find solutions. I learned that pain often is caused by chronic inflammation in the body. If I could reduce the inflammation, I could lower my perception of pain.
Here are some tips you can use to ease the perception of pain in your body so you can start to feel better.
When I used these tools, I got my inflammation levels down to 0.3. The debilitating pain was almost completely gone within three weeks. And it stayed away. I felt so much better. I hope you do, too.
In 2009, specialists predicted Heidi Bright would die within months from an aggressive metastatic uterine sarcoma. After two years of treatment, she was told to get her affairs in order. Her next scan was clean. She has been free of evidence of disease and free of cancer treatment since 2011. Her third traditionally published surgeon-endorsed book, Thriver Soup: A Feast for Living Consciously During the Cancer Journey, is a #2 best seller. Heidi is a national speaker about healing and offers insights on her blog, thriversoup.com/blog.