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Cristina
Thursday, July 1, 2010, 9:34pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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don t play with fire!


Glad you are seeing the naturopath soon!!  All the best Possum!  Get well soon!!





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Why are so many people on the forums here suddenly having big problems?


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Why are so many people on the forums here suddenly having big problems?

I hope it is because we are working through the major problems that have kept us from healing for a long time, so we will be super healthy once we get through all of this...   


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Hey Possum,
Hope things are getting better.  I would stop the fish oil & vit E for now, it could be contributing & certainly not helping.  I remember Dr. D mentioning that a better source for omega 3 for O's would be flax oil.  I used to take fish oil until I had to get a blood test & the tech asked me if I was on blood thinners.  Mostly, Dr. D's advice convinced me he also says vit E is not advised for O's, can't recall why.
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Why are so many people on the forums here suddenly having big problems?


I think we're not handling the stress in our lives. Or at least I'm not.  
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I think we're not handling the stress in our lives. Or at least I'm not.  


That's for sure. I'm 3mi from hwy on a dirt dead end road everything on the north side belongs to family. The gas co. drilling is stress everybody and the animals as well.   There's no well on this road. but the people seem to thank they can joy ride on this road. we haven't needed to lock our doors for 30 years. Now we lock them everynight. Before long I'm afraid we'll have to lock the all the time. I know that doesn't sound so bad to many people, but this area use to be a haven.



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Funny thing is otherwise I am absolutely fine Bounding with energy, never drink coffee or even tea, rarely get tired, even though I sometimes get broken sleep & seldom more than 6-7 hrs... Hmmm maybe I am overdoing it??!!

Ah well we will see what the naturopath has to suggest.. She is going to do a "Body Talk" session... Never had one of those - my boss says it can be full on??!! Least I think that's what she said

Oh kauaian, I stopped the Vit E when I stopped that original lot of fish oil (it was a combo ) I have been taking a Nordic Natural Omega 3 until fairly recently... Wonder if I should give up on the fish oils altogether? Not sure I can do flax oil... Think it is an avoid for either gatherers or explorers


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"Body talk"  




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Possum have you tried chia seeds. BD and I use them. We couldn't figure out what kind of "fish" was used in the fish oil. BD also had trouble with them. (not the same as yours though) I think I read that the chia seeds have more omega-3 then the fish gels do as well.


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Quoted from Ribbit
Why are so many people on the forums here suddenly having big problems?


I wonder if we're all feeling fearful.

I used to not watch the news....but my DH has it on constantly...His business is affected by
the economic times we live in...yet he's not really acting stressed in relation to his reality......He has a way of outsourcing his emotions regarding what I know is the true reality.  I walk past
the TV...I would prefer to watch an old re-run of something funny...I'm constantly being brought
into a reality that is one I'm choosing to purposely not notice.

But it's there...It's everywhere...disasters.

Remember, prior to 9/11, the world felt safer....

I think we presently all live with huge uncertainty that we might not have ever paid this much attention to before.

I don't live in a fantasy world... I'm a realist...I think about everything related to keeping
us all healthy...and this relates to  my children, my grandchildren...my sister, the smoker,
my other sister the sugarholic although this isn't overt worry...Just in my awareness
and I notice every little thing that feels or looks "off" in my own body..

My kids and grandkids basically all eat healthy foods. The adults send one another articles and information.....and if and when someone has a health issue, I'm the person they
call or email.  All my friends believe I'm their source for natural options...Just got my friend
through shingles...another friend through a toenail fungus...

And as helpful as I want to be, try to be...It's a responsibility.

Are we women carrying the burdens because we are "mothering" so many???  We are doing
this more by instinct....chosing to be helpful....but at what cost?

And then we have to mother ourselves at the same time.

Perhaps WE need mothers. (unfortunately mine died when she was 49) I've been motherless
a long time.

Are we overly concerned about everything related to our health and the health of our
families because we fear so much.  And do we eat well because on some level we fear the diseases we might get or are we all so afraid we might actually die?  Instantly would be
a blessing...suffering would be a nightmare.

Are we suffering because we're fearing suffering?

I don't know..

Worth hearing some points of view.

Because not one particular thing really feels stressful to me...

It's all just rather free floating thoughts, fears and worries....

And these thoughts have to be transferred to our bodies....Our bodies/minds/spirits are one!

People in a blissful state HAVE to feel good....Children, while they're playing are blissful....not thinking our complicated thoughts...don't know or care what we're thinking about.  They
don't really worry.

I do not think we're living in total bliss...

Anyone know how to find bliss!?  



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Quoted from Chloe

I wonder if we're all feeling fearful.


Not me. I don't watch the news...However...fear creates stress..if one has a fear of anything..like with me..my finances that creates stress.  
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Not me. I don't watch the news...However...fear creates stress..if one has a fear of anything..like with me..my finances that creates stress.  


I just think fear is what causes so much stress....and we all worry and fear different things!




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MOMMYYYYYYY!!!!!


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Quoted from Ribbit
MOMMYYYYYYY!!!!!




right on!


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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I'm not even watching or listening to the news today..

But I checked the Weather Channel online for this weekend's weather.

Look at what pops up on my screen that I could link to...

Select a news story below:

Gulf Oil Spill May Leave Emotional Wounds     Thu, Jun 24, 2010
Summer Heat Is a Risk to Diabetes Patients     Thu, Jun 24, 2010
iPods Linked to Temporary Hearing Loss     Thu, Jun 24, 2010
High Testosterone May Raise Heart Disease Risk     Thu, Jun 24, 2010
Cost Concerns Block Cancer Treatments     Wed, Jun 16, 2010
Drug Could Be a Lifesaver for Accident Victims     Wed, Jun 16, 2010
No Proof Healthy Lifestyle Prevents Alzheimer's     Wed, Jun 16, 2010
IVF Babies and Major Birth Defects     Wed, Jun 16, 2010

We are living with a crazy amount of fearful information!  A
lot of it is very subtle..but it's there!


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Quoted from Cristina
"Body talk"  


http://www.bodytalksystem.com/

The developer of the system talks good...  He talks about excess stress "blowing fuses in our electrical system" and the need to reset them.  Even teaches you how to do it in a video on the site.  Since I know that I haven't been handling stress well, I thought I'd try it.  We'll see if my brain starts working better now.

I don't know anything about it other than what I've read or heard on this site, however.


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We are living in stressful times. And there are many stresses. 2Tim. 3:1

So it is good that we as a group help and encourage one another.  


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Possum have you tried chia seeds. BD and I use them. We couldn't figure out what kind of "fish" was used in the fish oil. BD also had trouble with them. (not the same as yours though) I think I read that the chia seeds have more omega-3 then the fish gels do as well.
Of course - I remember thinking that the other day... Thanks for the reminder...

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about the fish oils for Os
check out the synergist......you, being an O can be any of these GTs perhaps?
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT1%2D4SYN


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After concluding the contributing factors re the difficulty in clotting when my nose bleeds were: - too many omega 3&6's (fish oil; EPO; flax oil) as well as Vit E plus lack of Vit K & C etc...& being exaccerbated by things like exhaust fumes etc & the fumes from the heater at work irritating the membranes further...

Surprise, surprise: Today I have found out exactly how & why the the heater fumes were/are a major contributor to my nose bleeds... & why an oil filled panel heater emits fumes in the first place...

When she bought the heater (right around the time this all started - almost to the day) my boss forgot to remove the sticker on the heater that that said "REMOVE BEFORE USE"!!!  

Hallo???!!! Sheesh all these weeks I have been saying that the heater smells bad & she couldn't smell it, it was emitting glue fumes to the air!!!

No wonder I have been getting fuzzy heads & slight stuffy headaches each work day??!!
Today after I found & removed said sticker & aired the shop out (& didn't run the heater) I feel sooo much better I can breathe again & the membranes definitely feel less inflamed (Mr P says I have been snoring lately) Even my skin feels better!!

Those fumes sure were toxic??!! Hmmph we must have been poisoning our customers too??!! & ironic that it is a HFS?! WT??? Maybe my boss is trying to poison me as well as give me bladder cancer??!!
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I'm glad you got that one figured out!  Hope you continue to do well and no more bloody noses.
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Well I would look pretty funny without my nose
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  Another case of trusting body signals ... in this case your nose .... no listening gave you bloody nose ... should have run away when nose said 'bad smell, get me outa here' ... and yes, that would be a funny picture seeing a Possum without the bloody nose ...




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Mmmm   my boss thinks she is always right & I am just over sensitive & simply made the usual slghtly exasperated noise at me, the couple of times I mentioned about the heater giving off fumes...

I made a point of sticking the sticker in the communications book, with the storeman's comment (I'd rung the store where it came from) & my views!! Be interesting to see what she has to say - prob'ly nothing
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