Author: Cheryl Meyer
Genre: Non-Fiction / Health
This book is for anyone with chronic pain looking for answers. It will give you a place to start. You don’t have to resign yourself to a life of pain and pills.
In this book you will learn:
* What is causing your pain and how to eliminate it.
* How to find a practitioner that will help you gain back your health.
* What’s in your food? Organic, conventional, GMOs processed, fast, canned, dairy, factory farmed meat, soy, water. Identify your sensitivities and heal your leaky gut.
* Identify the toxins in your life. in your cosmetics, over the counter drugs,in you kitchen, in your body. Learn how to purge them.
* 34 stress busting ideas, and four simple exercises to reduce your stress.
* 32 suggestions from leading functional experts on how to get a good night’s sleep..
* How to recognize a toxic relationship and make it work or walk away.
* How to tame Anxious Negative Thoughts “ANTs”.
* The importance of movement, even for people who don’t like to move
* How to take control of your health, reduce your inflammation and feel great again!
I suffer from fibromyalgia. Occasionally, it gets really bad. Sometimes, I barely feel it. Most days, it’s bearable. I wanted to read “It Feels Good to Feel Good” because I was hoping to find some helpful tips there, because often I’ve found that in changing my diet, the pain tends to go away, or at least diminish somewhat. But then I eat something “bad” again (not knowing it will be “bad” for me) and the pain is back. “It Feels Good to Feel Good” delivered on its promise. Stress-busting ideas that actually work (I already tried a few), valid lessons about food and how to identify your sensitivities. Just by adopting a few of the strategies mentioned in the book, I’ve already managed to diminish my pain levels since my latest flare up of fibromyalgia, and I’m thankful for that.
If you suffer from chronic pain and you believe, like me, that there’s a way to get rid of it or at least diminish it that doesn’t involve pills, read this book.