Living With Fibromyalgia and Related Conditions
What you'll learn
- The relationships between fibromyalgia and other ailments characterized by chronic pain, fatigue, and inflammation.
- Why people who suffer from these ailments either avoid, or give up on medical treatments.
- What the microbiome is telling us about fibromyalgia.
- The relationship between chronic pain, inflammation and fatigue and exposure to toxic chemicals.
- Why nutrient deficiencies that contribute to fibromyalgia and related symptoms are prevalent.
- How childhood trauma, PTSD, and dysfunctional family and workplace histories promote chronic fibromyalgia-like symptoms.
- Attitudes and belief systems that promote pain free, energetic, healthy lifestyles.
- Guidelines to consider when exercising with fibromyalgia.
- Financial planing and flexible income generation strategies you and your family can use to stay in the black when chronic illness threatens your job.
- How to build a personal conquest strategy that leverages physical, biological, nutritional, social, emotional, and financial solutions so that you feel better.
- Suggestions for mitigating impacts chronic illness can have on family members.
- Natural alternatives for pain relief.
Why a Course on Living with Fibromyalgia?
There is no cure for fibromyalgia.
This course will help you understand the complicated spectrum of biological, physical, environmental, nutritional, social, emotional, and even spiritual factors that can influence your condition.
The course combines my personal experience reversing a severe and debilitating fibromyalgia flare-up with my scientific understanding of human biology and the microbiome.
I am hopeful that by sharing the strategies myself and others have used to reduce pain, minimize negative stressors, and keep health care affordable, I can arm you with a smorgasboard of alternative options to consider in conjunction with external advice from health care and financial professionals as you develop your own unique strategy for living with your chronic condition and embracing a healthier, more symptom free lifestyle.
*The content in this course is not intended to replace medical treatment, nor is it designed to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure disease. Personal health and the factors influencing the success and the affordability of any health care approach are complex. The results and testimonies shared herein are unique to individual circumstances. Because each of our situations is unique, there is no guarantee that you will experience the same results by making any of the changes identified herein.
Who this course is for:
- People seeking relief from those fibromyalgia.
- People seeking relief from fibromyalgia-like conditions, including chronic fatigue syndrome multiple chemical sensitivity, rheumatoid arthritis, and others.
- Health and wellness professionals seeking alternative approaches for helping clients manage fibromyalgia and related conditions.
- Family members (spouses, children, etc.) of people who suffer from fibromyalgia or related conditions.
- Caregivers (professional or otherwise) of people who suffer from fibromyalgia or related conditions.
Dr. Mary Lucero spent more than thirty years as a research professional examining plant and microbial interactions in complex ecosystems.
From this work, she has concluded that microbial communities determine the health of all living systems. They also provide a framwork for restoring soil health, crop nutrition, food security, and general health and wellness.
Today she enjoys sharing information that helps people utilize microbial communities to:
-restore nutrition to crops and soils
-build food security
-improve human health
-clean toxic environments
-build sustainable and prosperous communities