Before we accept a diagnosis of a disorder or disease isn’t reasonable to take a look at our lifestyle?
Now a days it’s hard to find someone who isn’t affected by some kind of disorder. They are either dealing with it themselves or they know someone who is.
Disease labels are necessary for coding and billing so the provider can receive payment and research can be funded for cures (meds). Ever notice that new diseases are popping up all the time?
If a disease is not recognized by the medical community it cannot be billed to insurance for payment. Not every person labeled with the same disease presents with the same symptoms.
Could it be possible that our habits have created some signals from our body letting us know that we need to adapt differently? Maybe responding to those signals with different habits could change the signals?
There are 251 symptoms to this particular disease. Here are a just a few.
Activity level less than 50% of pre-illness activity level
Cold hands and feet
Delayed reaction to physical activity or stress
Dryness of eyes and/or mouth
Family member(s) with same disease
Fatigue, with physical exertion or stress
Low blood pressure (below 110/70)
Low body temperature (below 97.6)
Recurrent flu illness
Shortness of breath with little or no exertion
There are 241 symptoms for this disorder.
Difficulty Speaking hoarseness
Dizziness low blood pressure
Tightness in throat
Insomnia / Drowsiness
Lack of Air
Tension / Sore Muscles
Two different diseases with very similar symptoms and a lot of them. The 1st list is used to diagnose fibromyalgia. The 2nd list is used for anxiety disorder. It’s hard to tell them apart.
Diagnosis is a tool used to treat and bill. It is a measure of signals from a body at a particular point in time and that’s it. What we do about those signals is up to us we don’t even have to label them.
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