Letters From Our Readers – Comments and Suggestions 6-06-07

Information is Helping Me Help Others

I would like you to know that your e-mail newsletter and your magazine/catalogs are extremely helpful. I have been able to help others by sharing the information I receive from your newsletters. I save each and every volume of your magazine for future reference. Thank you for providing the absolute facts and keep up the wonderful service that you are providing to people in need. – Dinyar

 

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Links in My Newsletter Don’t Work

I wanted you to know that the links in the newsletter seem to never work. They remap to something that ends in a “page cannot be found” message. This has happened with the last three newsletters. At the same time this has happened when I try to directly go to http://www.immunesupport.com – that fails too. I am always connected and I can browser to any place I want to see on the web when this is happening. – Brenda

[Note: ProHealth’s Tech Support should have contacted you by now and hopefully has been able to resolve this problem. If you ever have a difficulty with your newsletter in the future, you can contact Tech Support directly at techsupport@prohealth.com.]

 

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Inspiration

Love your ME newsletter! I especially appreciate that in your “Inspiration” you present uplifting ideas without introducing religion. Thank you for recognizing that we do not all share the same religious beliefs. – Phyllis

 

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Seven Things That Worked For Me

I am still in immense pain with FM; however, my CFS is 100 times better than right after my accident two years ago. I couldn't work, drive – nothing for a year and a half because I was so tired. When you never feel rested, it is the most frustrating thing.

1. Keep the same sleeping pattern every day.
2. Avoid bright lights and loud noises.
3. Drink water and take CoQ-10 (supplement).
4. Go at your own pace for everything, being social, exercising, etc…
5. Avoid chocolate and wine (headaches).
6. Try a muscle relaxer to help sleep all through the night.
7. Time heals.

This takes time, but be consistent so you avoid being stressed. Surround yourself with positive people who understand you! It will get better. This is just one of those tests in life that make us stronger. – farin6

 

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Physical and Emotional Support

Finally, I found in your newsletter and website the support both physically and emotionally needed to continue life with my illness. Thank you for the continued research and support groups. – M

 

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Supplements, DVDs and Books Help

The nutritional supplements have helped me a lot with my Fibromyalgia and CFS. The DVDs and books I sent for have helped me a lot, too, and have also helped some friends, including my therapist and my doctor! He knows what I’m taking and advised me to continue, because it’s helping me very much. Thanks to you all. – Fátima

 

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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Resource

It has been brought to my attention that there have been a few people asking about Ehlers Danlos Syndrome [which involves a defect in the connective tissues with symptoms such as joint hypermobility]. I am the President of the Central Florida Chapter. Anyone may visit our site at http://www.ednf.org for information. Maybe they will find the answers they are looking for. Most states have local support groups. It would be best for them to look under local groups and make contact with the nearest support team. – Cynthia Colabella

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