Feeling Bad All of the Time
Feeling Bad All of the Time

Feeling Bad All of the Time

No one wants to Feel Bad All of the Time. I have clients who come into my office looking as if they have not slept for a week, their eyes bloodshot, their faces displaying discomfort with every slight movement, and their voices barely audible. When I see someone like this, I am reminded that remediation of pain isn’t the only aspect of someone’s life I need to be concerned with. A patient’s well-being is contingent upon the idea that health is somewhere in the near future. If one loses hope, they have lost the main ingredient of faith.

Feeling Bad All of the Time

To feel bad even a part of each day is no fun. Some people can’t find enough medication to take care of their problems. Others solve one problem, then the pill or medication that solves the problem may cause another issue. This circle of medication is crazy, especially when the client sees multiple doctors and none of them are managing the whole person. This is when I feel I must intervene and discuss each issue and all of the effects of every medication. I’m not a physician, but I can help a client look at their medications. There is no law against this for me. And for you, there is nothing stopping you from intervening with a loved one when you see this happening.

Most people over-trust physicians or healthcare workers, mostly because family members have given over the hard job of managing meds over to physicians who see 100s of patients a week. Some physicians are on auto pilot when it comes to pain prescriptions and psychotropic drugs. I’m very disturbed by what I’ve been discovering:

  1. Some clients have not been instructed on the side effects of drugs;
  2. Some have not been told what not to eat or when to eat with a medication;
  3. Some have not been told how the medication affects other organs or causes systemic problems—such as sleeplessness, a consistent cough, muscle pain, etc.

When you don’t understand your medications, you move to a place of being “out of control” of your own life. This is not a good thing, especially as a person gets older and is unable to understand the benefits and the harm of each of her medications.

My Experience with Feeling Bad All of the Time

When I was in my early thirties, I taught 2-3 yoga classes a day. I would then come home and see clients for the rest of the workday. One morning as I got out of bed I experienced a pain that consumed my entire body, radiating from my lower back and hips. Honestly, it caught me off guard. My entire life I had been doing everything correctly—watching what I eat, exercising, not taking medication, living holistically. At first, I thought I had pulled a muscle. However, the pain didn’t go away.

 

I did everything I could think of to alleviate the pain. I tried every modality that was nonmedical first: acupuncture, acupressure, chiropractic, pain management, hypnosis, herbs, dietary changes. Then, after exhausting all possibilities, I moved to traditional medicine. I discovered I had the severe arthritic condition that my father and mother had, which in my case began to cause me to be super sensitive to everything, including, and most importantly, smells.

 

I became acutely annoyed by odors, perfumes, mold, and cigarette smoke. I was consumed with smells that I couldn’t get away from. This sensitivity turned into migraines three to four times a week. Eventually, I would only have three good hours of life a day. After the three hours, the pain or a headache would keep me immobile, in bed, in a dark room, and covered with ice packs.

 

I tell you this because I understand pain. In fact, from that point in my life, even until today, has been an unfolding of what my life needs to be to effectively be able to live a normal life without pain.

 

I have spent the last twenty years finding just the right meds, exercises, food, meditation, and environment to keep me from hibernating by myself where there is no negative anything. Yes, that place exists, but it’s not where you think you would might find it.

 

Give me a call to find out more about how Hypnosis and changing the story in your mind and actually turn your pain into a spiritual pathway to perfect peace.

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The purpose of this blog is to realize that the stories in the brain are impulses from Spirit to help us heal, if we are willing to take the time to understand our own pain. Most of us want to avoid it. But, if you are tired of reliving your stories over and over again, try learning to become the observer of your mind. Restore and Renew Your Mind. Change from Plenty of Fish.

GIVE IT A TRY.

With 31 years of experience and a new, great office in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Hypnosis on Las Olas creates a clear path to health and prosperity for many people in South Florida. I will help put you on the road to peace of mind and keep you there, so that you may rewrite your prosperous story daily and learn the True Meaning of Healing: “Your New Story, Your New Life.”

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When Healing Flows like Living Water through your being, you’ll notice you feel led and connected, sleep better, your mind stays affixed on positive things, and you’ll even want to cook better, healthier food to protect your body. Are you looking for help with anxiety or are you bored at home. 

Try this yoga practice below on YouTube I made just for this purpose or give me a call for a 10 minute consultation. I’d love to work through your stress at this time with you. 

The process is so simple, it doesn’t make sense that it could result in such a vast change in mind. You could do some seated yoga. I actually made 3 different yoga videos on YouTube you could go to now and enjoy how great you’ll feel if you spend just a little time getting your body free of stress. But, I can’t do it for you. This article about it can make you do it. You  must be a self-started at home, as well as work. Set your mind to a clear schedule of things to do. This would be a brilliant time to learn a new language or clean out the closets.

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DON’T FORGET ABOUT PEACE OF MIND

We give away our peace of mind every time we react emotionally to inevitable change. Peace is yours to keep, not give away. So, if you are not experiencing peace, it’s up to you to share why you are anxious with yourself by carrying on a self dialogue. Yes, that’s right. Question yourself. Work it out together with all the parts of your mind (the good, bad, and the ugly). These are the times when we will be closest to our loved ones and also have a great deal of alone time. Use it to your spiritual and physical advantage.

Some friendly reminders about Peace:

  • You are made in the image and by the grace of Peace. 
  • Peace doesn’t comprehend pandemonium. 
  • Peace of mind is gentle.
  • Peace does not judge you or others.
  • Peace promotes calm and love.

Peace Helps You Keep Your Retrospect in Check

Psychology Today says that “it’s not bad to have negative thoughts …

We just have to stop believing them!” (Change your unhealthy thought process to a positive connection with Hypnotherapy.) Don’t avoid the Ripple!

You will always find all the coaching, compassion, and peace of mind you need at Hypnosis on Las Olas with 31 years of experience. You can find what we do? and How we do it here… Getting Older with GraceExperiencing Narcissistic AbuseIronically, despite the popularity of the word, most people have never heard of the phrase “narcissistic abuse.”

Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional and psychological abuse. It is primarily inflicted by individuals who have either narcissistic personality disorder (NPD, which is characterized by a lack of empathy), or antisocial personality disorder (ASPD, also known as sociopaths or psychopaths), and is associated with the absence of a conscience.  More than enough fish in the sea.

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Feeling Bad All of the Time
Feeling Bad All of the Time

The Physiology of Hypnotherapy:

By going into a subconscious, light sleep or trance, a hypnotists helps find the pathways connecting your outside stimulus to your negative thoughts (food, smoking, anxiety). The work begins in the frontal cortex of your brain

Disconnect the root cause (stress, relationship problems, no quality ME time) at the foot of the pathway (the place where our response to triggers happens) and build a healthy, new pathway to positive outcomes in your life—a new story for tomorrow.

Email me at [email protected] or call/text at: 954-253-6493 now! 

I’d love to help you find peace, regain control over your life, and build a bridge to a positive future.

How 5 Simple Words Can Change Your Life, by Bo Sebastian, Hypnosis on Las Olas, owner for 32 years.

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