By: Dr Alex Robber
We are often told what we should and should not do when we live with fibromyalgia. It is always tiresome to take advice, particularly if that advice is often incomprehensible. You have enough to work against you if you have a chronic disease such as fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue.
For yourself, you don’t have to create things worse! It’s not difficult. According to the definition of society, something (other than disease) is “false” for someone who does not go, go and go at complete velocity all the time. We are anticipated to work lengthy hours in stressful employment, to be incredible parents, to have a clean home and to stay up with the Joneses.
You must be terribly defective if you can’t! It is hard to get out of this mindset, but it can really assist and enhance us. However, it requires job.
1st is Stop the back burner with your own requirements.
You must put your own requirements first if you have chronic weakening disease. You should not allow your needs to go to the back of the line, even if you are the healthiest person on the planet. Since Fibro is most prevalent among females, it is particularly true because females appear to be educated to meet their husband, kids, the church, employment, volunteer work and whatever else they can get. It’s all surprising that we always give ourselves; sadly, too many of us don’t do it.
2nd is Stop Your Negative Thoughts
Holding a grudge is an unnecessary stress. It causes us to create negative thoughts about a person and focus only on those negative thoughts when we should be trying to find ways to focus on more positive things. Let go of the grudge. You’ll still think of the person on occasion, but when you do, just shrug it off and replace it with a thought of someone you care about who makes you smile.
3rd is Stop Believing on Negative Peoples
It will always hurt, but you cannot afford to think it when someone says you’re “lax” or “foolish” or “useless.” Someone who continues to be stronger and more competent through adversity is the best he can. You need to remind yourself of that.
4th is Stop Misusing your Time
Most people don’t care about you sufficiently to care or why you can’t do anything about your illness or disorder. Just say “no” and move on. Keep it easy. Don’t try to explain, because they probably aren’t listening anyway why you can’t.
5th is Stop your Hold Past and Move on
You will probably never be 100 percent again while you may be able to discover methods to enhance your symptoms. There are constant boundaries. Stop attempting to achieve your pre-illness life levels again and understand what was then and now. Concentrate on what you can do rather than what you could do.
6th is Stop and Focus on Small Moments
How often have we heard that we “stop the flowers and smell them?” Until you can’t do them anymore, you really don’t value such tiny stuff. So, take a couple of minutes every day and really think about the little things you could have enjoyed. Write them down so that you can look at them later when you contemplate this pitiful group.
7th is Stop for Being Jealous Anymore
What other people have or what others can do is so simple to be jealous. We don’t know they’ve got constraints, too? No one considers another’s real existence, their capacity or incapacity and boundaries. Do not really or imaginarily judge your life by the “Jones.” Concentrate on what you’ve got is great.
8th is Stop Yourself for Making Everything Perfect
You are already. All right, they might not be ideal; perhaps they could even be better than they are now. However, the point is that you must concentrate rather than perfect on truth. Take little steps to improve things and get closer to the idea of what your life is like, and not always worrying that you are far from perfect.
9th is Stop Yourself from Un-necessary Predictions
You don’t want to wake up in a flare tomorrow, so you believe about all this and you end up sleeping away, which causes a flare. Well known sound? So, stop it. Instead of thinking “I don’t want to…” I believe, focus yourself on the great night’s rest, you know you will get it and how great you know you will feel tomorrow.
10th is Stop being Ungrateful all Time
Every minute of each day be thankful. There is something marvelous for which to be thankful. Say “Thank You” and mean the little stuff. Instead of being upset that someone has done something that you’ve wanted to do because it made you feel “un-useful” or because they didn’t think that you’d play your role.
Before taking any medication always concern your health care provider and it is important to be diagnosed correctly. Stay Healthizes!