I have pro inflammatory tendencies and have repetitive strain in my wrists. Will your ebook do the trick
I have a history of multiple food allergies and m.e. This makes me prone to inflammation .
I work part time in a health store,packing bags of oats etc.and I run my own craft business making and selling textile accessories.
Occasionaly in the past I have had to stop knitting or crocheting as my wrists were aching.
This time as I have been more busy than usual..due to money difficulties ,I have much more pain and tightness ..mainly in my left wrist but also in my right ..coming a bit more now that I am having to rely more on my right hand.
I have stopped crafting and stopped bagging at work but I still have to come in and work in the shop and I have a family at home..so it is impossible to completely rest!
Will your ebook help me?I ask because money is short and it is always overwhelming trying to find help on the internet..so many sites and recommendations.
Yes, I believe that if you follow the directions in Reversing Wrist Tendonitis ebook
you will get benefit.
Having said that, you also need to go off all gluten for at least 60 days. Then have a pizza and see how you feel.
Gluten is all about inflammation, as it's an inflammatory agent and even people that aren't 'gluten intolerant' eventually have health issues from eating gluten.
Multiple food allergies show up for a few reasons (and for the record gluten intolerance isn't an allergy,
and reacting to homogenized, pastuerized milk isn't either. Both are poisons to the body and they -should- react poorly). Either your gut health is compromised (Leaky Gut
, for instance), your immune system is compromised, adrenal fatigue, etc.Symptoms of Tendonitis
show up from different directions too. Primarily repetitive strain, or nutritional deficiency.
But you have to start somewhere. And as you say, there's lots of recommendations out there.
My first thought from what you've said is that your Wrist Tendonitis
is secondary to nutritional issues. But if you cut out gluten and follow instructions in the book, I think that's the best place to start, and then reassess and fine tune what you're doing from there.----------------------
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