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
Several of our neighbors are also struggling with the same feelings of confusion, nervousness, and are overloaded with the pressures of what's going to come next ... We need to try and shift our focus on what we can do NOW
"Chin up, Chest out, Hands on Hips, Legs hip length apart, and Plant Yourself to the Ground!" - stand in a superhero pose for just five minutes before a job interview or a big presentation or a really hard task, you will not only feel more confident, you will perform immeasurably better!
"Know that deep inside you are resilient, brave and so much stronger and more powerful than your fears.
When we are kind to ourselves we can truly allow ourselves to thrive.
My Inner Mantra:
I am stronger than I know.
As I look back at this past year I think I have cried more than I have ever cried in my entire life. I cry at least once a day, every day, for various reasons. Sometimes it feels really good to let my emotions flow and other times it feels like total sorrow with no … Continue reading Reflection – Let Your Tears Fall
"Just by being here and existing on this Earth Together - We Are Strength!" 💚💚💚 - Tommy-