Are you struggling with mystery symptoms and suspect it is linked to autoimmune?

You are not alone! Many of my patients experience mystery symptoms linked to their autoimmune condition years before any testing confirms their suspicions.

I am seeing more and more patients in my practice JUST LIKE YOU. Autoimmune conditions are quickly becoming the most common diseases I uncover in my practice.

It is possible that you aren’t yet seeing results in your testing that indicate autoimmunity. However, you may already be going down that path unknowingly if you aren’t listening to your body’s signals.

So, what you need to do to get better?
It is tough when you can’t get to the root cause of your mystery symptoms and you aren’t sure if it’s Autoimmune.

Firstly, if you have spent years of ignoring these signals, you may be stuck in a cycle of symptom management. Many of my patients are familiar with these cycles of symptoms that keep getting worse.

Secondly, you do not need an autoimmune diagnosis to know that your body is inflamed. These symptoms are the signs! Chronic inflammation is a huge contributor to chronic illness.

Luckily, there are simple and easy ways to reduce the inflammation contributing to your symptoms, regardless of the root cause(s).

Let’s tackle those mystery ‘autoimmune’ symptoms and start getting better.

BETTER SLEEP: Sleep deprivation is inflammatory to the body! The best time to go to sleep is about 10pm and you want to get up when the sun is rising. Go to bed earlier, eliminate electronics before bedtime and get up with the sun.

DECREASING STRESS: The best, easiest and cheapest way to do this is to breathe. Taking 3 or 4 big deep breaths during your day will shift you into the parasympathetic part of your nervous system where healing can take place.

INCREASING THE RIGHT FOODS AND DECREASING THE WRONG FOODS: There are two foods that we know commonly increase inflammation in everyone, and they are gluten and dairy. Removing these foods alone can have a huge impact on overall inflammation, especially over time. You also want to start eating more vegetables! Your healthy gut bacteria love to eat vegetables. Adding anti-inflammatory foods like fruits and vegetables are a great way to build a healthy gut microbiome.

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