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Author: Lainie Chait

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A weekly look into the life of someone who has been diagnosed with a condition/illness. The interviews find a flow and dialogue around the choices and changes people start to make in their lives when they learn that they have to live with dis-ease, partially brought about by their choices. A diagnosis can be seen as a gift if you look at it as a second chance to get to know and treat yourself in a more loving way. Lainie get's raw and intimate and draws out some morsels of gold from people's journeys of what made them determined to get back in the driver's seat of their health instead of following only DOCTOR'S ORDERS!!
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In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Chris Wark about how, after surgery to remove some of his tumours, he cured his cancer with, diet, lifestyle and mindset changes. He is now well known to many cancer patients and has become a very passionate patient advocate today assisting thousands of people to look at the way they address cancer in their bodies. A very good listen if you are wanting to know other ways to assist your wellness journey if you have cancer. The link to his website and books is below https://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/what-every-new-cancer-patient-needs-to-know/ I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!!  If you would like to donate to the running of the podcast ad free I would be so grateful. https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Amber Wallace about her diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetes is so much more than taking insulin, having an epi pen handy and managing your carb intake. I learnt so much listening to Amber's raw analysis of living with Diabetes and you will too. If not managed properly, it really is a matter of life or death. Enjoy the insights xx FUN CLIPS AMBER SENT THROUGH ABOUT DIABETES : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k-RAmGJT1s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qd0gLQ6W98 I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!!  If you would like to donate to the running of the podcast ad free I would be so grateful. https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health.
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Belle H about her diagnosis of Stage 4 Endometriosis. Endometriosis is a common disorder that affects many women and can be joy altering due to the pain that is endured every month. The disorder is from the uterine lining growing outside of the uterus to ovaries, fallopian tubes and even intestines. OUCH!!! Belle tells her story of having options to deal with the discomfort by taking the contraceptive pill which is the first point of call for many women. This avenue didn't help her though so she sucked it up for many decades and just surrendered to being in pain. Until she opted for a hysterectomy at 37 and her life has never been better. A story of choice, tenacity and hope. Enjoy! I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!!  If you would like to donate to the running of the podcast ad free I would be so grateful.  https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions.
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Cat Seddon about her diagnosis of Breast Cancer and how she was whipped off to surgery two weeks after diagnosis to remove 8 out of 24  metastasised  lymph nodes in her body.  After this surgery, Cat was told that she would need to remove one breast definitely, but to be safe recommended removal of both breasts as well as chemo and radiation to stop the spread and make sure that all cancer was removed. After realising that this was all just a preventative way of addressing the spread, Cat went on a mission to research what else she could do to address her diagnosis alternatively. Her only interest was in her survival and she was open to everything. It's a success story of having tenacity and courage when it comes to finding a treatment/s that align with you. Enjoy and keep a notepad handy! You can contact Cat here: cat@seddon.info SOME LINKS CAT HAS SHARED: https://niim.com.au/research-education/circulating-tumour-cells-ctc-study https://www.mayocliniclabs.com/articles/features/ctc/ https://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/20-Questions-For-Your-Oncologist.pdf https://www.howtostarvecancer.com/ https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/01/170109134014.htm This group was a huge part of Cat's healing. It’s amazing and full of evidence based research and information. Amazing for anyone with breast cancer https://www.facebook.com/groups/healingcancerstudysupport/ To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey particularly for brain enhancing herbs click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis.   I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I can keep these ad free https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Andi Herman about her diagnosis of Obesity and living with a relationship to food that was a tapestry of using it to self soothe, for comfort,  but also feeling the effects of shame around it as well. Andi struggled with her body image and relationship to food from a young age and that carried into adulthood. She tried a myriad of ways to stay at a healthy weight but nothing really worked for her......until she was pointed, rather awkwardly, into looking into lapband surgery. For Andi this was a success and she shares the ins and outs of it in this episode. You can email Andi here to ask her anything related to this here: patchandi@gmail.com This is the book written by Andi's surgeon which I found helpful at the time but may be a little out of date now: https://www.amazon.com.au/The-Lap-Band-Solution/dp/0522854125 To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey particularly for brain enhancing herbs click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis.   Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Kate Mckintosh about her diagnosis of treatment resistance depression, anxiety and pmdd (pre menstral dysphoric disorder) which is a really, really bad version of PMS that leaves women with severe feelings of anxiety and depression which happen cycle after cycle and generally become part of a life that can be void of joy. In this episode we unpack how Kate was existing in and outside of her diagnosis for many years. From denial and using drugs and alcohol to cope to being alcohol and drug free and finding acceptance of her diagnosis within understanding what pmdd is and does. She has also found one of nature's medicine's to assist her, microdosing psilocybin, as one of her treatments and claims that "life has never been better".  For Kate the combo of pharmies, meditation, yoga and microdosing has changed her life. Listen on for all  the gold in Kate's account of her journey. Links at the bottom to research things further To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey particularly for brain enhancing herbs click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com Find me on FB https://www.facebook.com/electrogirlmutterings A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis.   Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be! LINKS TO MORE INFO: International Association for Premenstral disorders  https://iapmd.org/ PMDD Australia private group
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Natalie Holcroft about her diagnosis of AVM - Arterial Venous malformation at age 14 which then led her to develop Epilepsy resulting in five brain surgeries in 20 years FIVE BRAIN SURGERIES in 20 YEARS. Three for the AVM at age 14 and then two related to the epilepsy later on in life. Nat is only 36. Nat's story was particularly interesting to me as she has an outlook that "everything happens to people for a reason" and that having these brain related issues has humbled her and made her a more empathetic human. As much as she would like it, allopathic medicine is really one of the only options for her as she would be risking her life if she doesn't find a sweet balance that her brain can handle to remain electrically stable. She has attempted Keto and other modalities to assist the meds but is resigned to loving her diagnosis in other ways. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey particularly for brain enhancing herbs click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be!
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Geri Henderikse about her diagnosis of ADHD or as it will soon come to be known - Dopamine dysfunction which affects executive decision. I loved everything about this interview as Geri has researched this condition so much to really understand it now and is excited to find ways to make her life feel more dopamine enhanced even if that means using both eastern and western medicine. Some of her symptoms before diagnosis were: Emotional (dys)regulation, flash emotions Impulsivity (actions, money, emotional) Depressive periods (days to weeks) Rejection sensitive dysphoria  Hyperfocus on negative emotions Hyperfocus on social interaction Hyperfocus on new interest occasional Insomnia due to hyperfocus Lazy dyslexia (impatience version) Some parting words from Geri at the end are "Don't be afraid to find a reason for your suffering; Your diagnosis can be the perfect colour of glasses you need and help you see yourself better and be the absolute turning point in your life!" An episode not to be missed if you are wanting to listen to someone with ADHD that is finding ways to get on top of it all and love her new self. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey particularly for brain enhancing herbs click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD If you have a story that you think other people will benefit from and you would like to be on the podcast then contact me at electrogirll55@gmail.com A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be!
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Phil Ybarra about his diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer. Such an interesting journey Phil had with trying to get his symptoms diagnosed. He tried 5 different times to get his symptoms assessed, even had tests where nothing was picked up by doctors that showed he had a tumour the size of a small fist in his prostate. Phil is an amazing example of using intuition when it comes to looking past the tests and feeling into your sixth sense that something isn't right. He had the tumour removed finally after one doctor did the right thing by him and found what was going on. After the tumour was removed he said a big NO to chemo and radiation and instead went into research mode  and utilised these ways of prevention and management for himself. 1) Ascorbic Acid I/V (Vitamin C) 2) Integrative doctors and community 3) Cold water therapy/ice baths 3) CBD oil 4) Ketosis and Apoptosis It's a wonderful story of commitment to addressing the health issues in his body that, even he admits, he helped create through the way he was living in the world. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you about different topics of wellness that you can  feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside allopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions. I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Gael about her diagnosis of Trigeminal/Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia  Gael's symptoms  began around 2014. On a daily basis, Gael would get severe razor like spasms under the left side of her tongue which would sometimes last for weeks or months and then short periods of no symptoms. At this stage she didn't feel the need to seek medical advice. As you'll hear, she is quite a stoic, determined lady. After seeing a neurologist and discussing that his treatment to assist her was going to be  resolved by taking nerve blockers that are usually given to people with epilepsy or cranial surgery, she decided to walk away and seek help from an Integrative Health Doctor. Together they came up with the fix using vitamin, mineral, herbal, and meditation healing treatments. Gael has been symptom free for about 18 months now. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you to feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside alopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you! I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Audra about her primary diagnosis of Autism and Epilepsy.  Audra has a positive outlook on these conditions she has to live with and after trialling a cocktail of medicines over her life and turning down the option of having a VNS inserted into her body, she has found a balance of managing, particularly her seizures with a mixture of Eastern and Western approaches such as: Keto Diet/High Protein Yoga Breathwork CBD It's a  highly interesting story and well worth a listen for those that are looking for ways to manage similar conditions. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using allopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/product/electro-girl-living-a-symbiotic-existence-with-epilepsy-paperback/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you to feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside alopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you! I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
Today Briony discusses how she was diagnosed with cervical cancer and how the options she was given at the time were chemo, radiation and potentially a hysterectomy. We dive deep into steps that Briony took in ridding herself of the cancer by travelling to China and getting a treatment called Photodynamic Therapy which isn't traditionally used for this type of cancer. To find out some ways you can look at using traditional plants as part of your wellness journey click on the link below https://www.happyherbcompany.com/ You can get my book here which is a raw and honest dialogue of how I went from completely using alopathic medicine to manage a diagnosis of epilepsy, to only using a small amount of medicine and managing the rest with lifestyle choices and other wonderful plant medicines and supplements https://electrogirl.com.au/ Also you can sign up to my quarterly newsletter below where tips and resources will be shared for you to feel into and decide if they are right for you. Knowledge is power. http://eepurl.com/hJfOHD A little side note: These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis. Alternative treatments are out there to be used, alongside alopathic medicine, or instead of. That part is completely up to you, but gaining knowledge is the first part in empowering yourself back to health. I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you! I do everything for this podcast with no financial backing why? because I think it's important to share people's stories and successes in order to empower everyone!! As much as I love it, it does take a huge amount of time and if you would like to donate to the running of the podcast so I keep the podcasts running and free of annoying ads, please fell free to donate anything you feel by clicking on the link. Gratitude! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ Thanks for listening and thanks for wanting to empower yourselves to be the best human you can be! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ (Support the show) (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=3TQ95ZU6EXBFQ)
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