Peripheral Neuropathy And Crohns Disease

Sheila OShaughnessy Peripheral Neuropathy Relief

My name is Sheila O'shaughnessy and I've been coming to see greenand staff for six months. I saw him on Facebook awesome people liked him so I um made an appointment came I came because I new I was suffering from peripheralneuropathy and I had burning and tinglingmy hands and feet and

heating and burning went up to my elbows and my knees and I knew I had to do something about it and I knew if I didn't take care of it this issue that I would be very I would be immobilized as I got older I also came because I have avery foggy brain lo and behold

up to six months I do not have theburning and tingling up to my knees and elbows t's now onlymy feet and hands I found out I was allergic to gluten I found out I was allergic to lots of foods different foods.I changed my diet I change the way I think about how I need to improve my health I'm off

all mediions except for the supplements that Green has been giving me and I am more than thrilled about the way I feel today and peoplehave noticed the changme. I look forward to continuing on this journey with you and I look forward to continuing thisjourney with green and his staff until I feel like I am completely cured of all my ailments wonderful great

Feel This Pain S1E1 Crohns Never Ending Food Poisoning

(Feel This Pain jingle) Hello and welcome to Feel This Pain. In this series of tutorials, I'm going to attempt to convey to you what it's like to experiencecertain types of chronic pain. Now, for our first episode, we're going to concentrate on Crohn's and when my wife andI were discussing this

trying to figure out a good way to make it relatable to people, we were thinking, well, flu maybe, but it has to bea very extreme kind of flu like H1N1, and a lot ofpeople didn't get that so it wouldn't be relatable. But then she came up with a brilliant idea of food poisoning.

Food poisoning that never endsthe example of a Crohn's person, which is brilliant because most people at one time or anotherhave had food poisoning. Now when I say food poisoning, I'm not talking about (grunts) my tummy's a little off today, I think I'll stay home and

watch Orange is the New Black on Netflix. No. I mean real food poisoning. The kind that has diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, cramps, you know, all those funthings that add up to

you're gonna a very bad day. So, imagine you're there, you're at home on the couch, you feel horrible, and then a friend or a family member, a coworker who came by tosee why you weren't at work, offered, you know, thehelpful suggestion that maybe you should go for a walk.

That would make you feel better right? Just get some freshair, get some exercise. Go for a jog. Try some yoga. Maybe you just need to eatsomething different like . Some kale. Kale's a super food, I'msure that would improve the way you're feeling right now.

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