What to do if you’ve been diagnosed with:
Cancer, Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Attack, Cardiovascular disease,
Arthritis or Failing Health.

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The scariest moment of your life is right after you’ve been diagnosed with: Cancer, Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Attack, Cardiovascular disease, Arthritis or Failing Health.

And, there is no shortage of advice for what you should do and the attitudes of the afflicted – once you’ve been diagnosed with “it”!

There is the:

  • op·ti·mist (noun): One who usually expects a favorable outcome.
  • pes′si·mist (noun): One who stresses the negative or unfavorable or to take the gloomiest possible view.
  • prag′ma·tist (noun): One who uses a practical, matter-of-fact way of approaching or assessing situations or solving problems.1

And, there are medical treatments to consider:

  • Likely outcome
  • Expense
  • Side-effects
  • Long-term implications of the treatment(s).

Plus, of course, there are the moments of:

  1. Why me?
  2. “Shoulda – Coulda”
  3. “If only …”

… that haunt you when you’ve been diagnosed with “it” and during the subsequent treatment(s).

2 Categories of People Should Be Concerned About Being Diagnosed With:
Cancer, Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Attack, Cardiovascular disease, Arthritis or Failing Health:

  1. People who have been diagnosed.
  2. People who will be diagnosed.

The good news is:
. . . being diagnosed with one of these conditions is predictable – not inevitable!

All of these conditions are categorized as “Degenerative Diseases”.
In layman terms, that means your body has lost its ability to protect and sustain itself that, in many cases, can be traced back to 3 things that contribute to degenerative diseases:

  1. Things you eat, drink, breathe or rub on.
  2. Immoderate exercise (too much or too little).
  3. Anguish and stress.

Reversing, or better yet – avoiding – being diagnosed with one of these degenerative diseases may be as simple as changing the habit(s) that produce declining health, sickness and disease into habit(s) that produce healing and health.

The tricky part of the process is identifying the ingrained habits that are contributing to your condition.  For that, you may want to seek some professional guidance.

Remember these 3 things:

  1. Healthy people don’t get sick – nor do they take drugs that manage their symptoms.
  2. Staying or becoming healthy is easy – it’s just not simple. It requires a pragmatic approach with: decisiveness, determination and discipline.
  3. If you don’t like the way things are – change the things you do. Your choices have consequences.

Facing the scariest moment(s) in your life is predictable – not inevitable!

It is far easier to stay healthy than it is to become healthy when you’re not, but, either way, there are steps you can take, using holistic methods, natural remedies and practical tactics to stop or reverse the predictable decline of your health.

A Natural Health Consultant can be helpful when formulating a strategy for protecting or improving your health.  You should consider securing his or her services to help protect or improve your most valuable asset – your good health.

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1.  American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

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