My CIDP Story

According to Cedars-Sinai, CIDP occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the myelin sheaths around nerve cells. But exactly what triggers this isn’t clear. Symptoms are usually the same for all types of CIDP. They can include: Tingling in the arms and legs  Gradual weakening of the arms and legs  Loss of reflexes Loss of balance and your ability to walk  Loss of feeling in the arms and legs, which often starts with not being able to feel a pin prick

Am I cured? Life After Lyme

First off, I would like to state that I still wholeheartedly believe in the treatment that I had at Klinik St. Georg. I believe that Lyme Disease is no longer active in my system, despite being re-bit in May 2019. As of August 2021 I did not and have not had any relapses to the caliber of my symptoms prior to treatment at the Klinik! I have been off all medications and supplements since Summer of 2019 and had been feeling quite good for quite a long time.

WORK IN PROGRESS

Sometimes we face set backs.But that doesn't necessarily mean we are not progressing.Sometimes those setback seem like an eternal black hole.Sometimes reality can be daunting.But we just have to stick to it.KEEP ON KEEPING ON!Ultimately, WE are always a work in progress.We WILL Get There.Just DON'T GIVE UP! 💚

Break Free From The Stimulation Nation

These are some EXCELLENT words of wisdom! We owe it to ourselves to see more than what’s in the palms of our hands. Let’s look to each other. #greatread

Dr. Eric Perry

Written by Dr. Eric Perry
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“I believe people are afraid to be still because we’re used to being stimulated.” ~Michael W. Smith

When was the last time you sat alone in silence without anything or anyone to distract you? For many of us, it is difficult to be alone without something to entertain us or to focus our attention on. In its most obvious and prevalent form, the distraction comes in the form of our mobile phones. The real question then should be when was the last time you spent a day without your mobile phone? I accept that we all depend on our mobile phones for a myriad of reasons such as work, staying in touch with friends and family and in case of an emergency. The issue that I am seeing more often in my practice is the inability to put the mobile phone down…

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