a few years ago he suffered from vertigo attacks. This balance was confusion as to the expenditure of the day the decision is literally a whirl in a carnival, with the exception of the journey never stopped. The first time it happened to me I got out of bed and ran into the wall of the room and the floor were both spinning. I spent the rest of the day lying on my back in my head afraid to move for fear of turbulence including re-started.
It took some tests and two doctors to determine that there was dizziness. Medical terms, this is a condition, not a real threat to health and inexplicable. Unfortunately, the drug does not mean much, except that I was sleepy and dizzy. Like many things in life I've learned to compensate if dizziness struck, do not move your head quickly, not looking up or down, and I kept my eyes straight ahead. When a colleague suggested that perhaps my vertigo is not only a physical reason I began to explore other options.
Her remark is directed at that time was like Cinderella lived with two wicked stepsisters. The two teenage girls were a constant challenge. They were like a tag team wrestler would go a weakening my resolve, and just when I thought it was a game plan going off. I was definitely out of balance, both literally and figuratively as well.
The medicine looks for the cause of cancer, autoimmune diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome and many other conditions, it is often ignored is the most widely the factors leading to the disease, hidden tensions embedded in our daily lives. As I read countless books on the mind body connection began to see that what we need more than a new drug had some insight and emotional awareness.
started to follow the episodes of vertigo and bingo was their conflicts coincided with my daughters. The first is a classic. My oldest daughter just left her summer job in order to go to the 1999 Woodstock concert. He will come back in time to pack up for college. There seemed to be little concern about the number of missed income from summer employment. It bothers me, but there was more disturbed by the concert as well. Four days of what seemed to me a total debauchery. I gave him a bucket and a roll of toilet paper, and said have fun. went the whole time, I was tormented by viewing the web cam at the concert seemed to encounter the best of the wildest and knowing my poor daughter will join the event.
It took me a while to make the connections, but I realized that I was emotionally tangling my daughter & # 39; s decisions in their own self-worth and stayed a hard knot. I could feel the weight of thought comes judgment. He hijacked a family conversation with him without being noticed that putting so much energy denying and hiding the cost of things meant to me in my personal sense of balance, I stumbled, my screenplay and did not even look up or down.
Fortunately, in time for self-reflection and the decision to let my guide helped their personal development. They also found an excellent ear, nose and throat specialist and two vertigo is a thing of the past.
recently he told this story to my younger daughter, who is now a medical student. He is puzzled by the mysterious mind body relationship has been revealed that he is the gross anatomy lab. He said that there was no evidence of this study for the erection of the male penis. All they have to think forward to the primitive brain and rushes blood to engorge the penis. How does this happen is really a medical mystery, because the physical change begins in the mind.
Do you really need more evidence to know what the emotions and thoughts have a powerful effect on the health of our bodies?
It & # 39; not just what we do, but what and how we think. I have met many women who experienced dizziness. As I share my story I ask them to voice their opinions; Who or what is holding you back in balance? I do not know why this condition seems to afflict more females. Maybe you & # 39; and because our self-image as a mother is reflected in our children. It & # 39; It's hard to find that balance. Perhaps it is a mirror that focuses on more than just a mirror image of ourselves.