Are you worried about about weird health symptoms?
You go to your doctor concerned, but nothing shows up on the traditional lab tests. So then your doctor tells you:
- it’s all in your head;
- it’s due to stress;
- you’re a hypochondriac;
- here’s a recommendation for a good psychiatrist.
Just know that this is common, and that means it’s not you – you are reacting to something.
It’s not all in your head.
It is actually better if your doctor does NOT see anything on a lab test because this means that whatever you are reacting to has not done any damage to your organs, your heart, or to your brain.
Not yet anyway.
You ARE reacting to something, though, and I always believe you when you complain of chronic health symptoms that slowly get worse over time.
And if the kids or grandkids are complaining of discomfort or body pain, definitely take them seriously, even if the doctor can’t see anything.
What Do You Do?
If this rings true for you, search for what is causing you to react!
Contact my office to discuss where you go from here, and to get a confirmation that you are not crazy, stressed or a hypochondriac.
Start searching for answers, and get a hair analysis to uncover what traditional doctors can’t see on their standard lab tests.
You can’t fix anything if you don’t know the cause.
I’m here to help.
If you want to learn more about disease prevention and a healthy lifestyle, contact me at janethull.com. Remember that you are never alone when you are looking for good health!
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