Effective neuropathy treatment plans are easier to implement with patients who have good habits and schedules.
What does your daily routine consist of?
It is a well-known fact that our daily habits contribute more to our long-term well-being than any other single activity.
Of course, this includes things like exercise, drinking soda, tobacco usage, drug usage etc.
It also includes our mental activity. We have a choice to regularly have active mental stimulation such as reading, meditation and prayer, versus passive activities such as long periods of watching television.
Unfortunately, most of us never take a hard look at our daily activities, and the impact they’re having upon our health.
Now when you’re young, these are relatively easy to ignore. But throw in advancing age, and some health challenges and it becomes a different ball game!
With chronic pain and neuropathy, sticking to good daily health habits becomes a much more difficult task.
Nonetheless what I can tell you after taking care of hundreds of patients is that those who have routines and habits fair far better.
More effective neuropathy treatment plans are easier to implement with patients who have good habits and schedules.
Scheduling and timing of daily things such as meals, light activity, supplements, and even your own self-care goes along way.
One of the reasons this is true is because your body has its own biorhythms.
Timing of certain supplements, and even self-treatment throughout the day, can make a BIG difference in your outcome!
And these are all things your specialist is able to assist you with.
Just make sure you engage us and ask for guidance with regard to the most effective neuropathy and chronic pain treatments and activities.
But most importantly ask and learn about the best scheduling, and timing.
Make a DAILY schedule for yourself, then stick to it!
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