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LisaK
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Is there anything that can help when you have life trauma so that your diseases don't get activated???

I go flying backwards in my health when major things happen- like deaths of loved ones.

I am so "activated" I can't seem to calm down.

mostly my parasympathetic /sympathetic systems are crazy. Always in fight or flight and ugly symptoms of nuero have come out again , like twitching and jerking. not sure if that's bart or lyme or babs.

also babs definitely going full force with temp. issues and I am nauseated all the time, etc. can't sleep.....

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Be thankful in all things- even difficult times and sickness and trials - because there is something GOOD to be seen

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Sadly, I have heard that once our mutations are triggered, there is no going back.

Of course, there are many things you can do to get back to a more normal state.

Have you been to any of the MCAS FB groups for help? There may also be support groups in your area, which would be a very big help.

They always have tips and info that we so desperately need.

Hang in there. Your life is not over.

[group hug]

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It's not surprising major life traumas cause those problems! Our bodies and minds are connected after all.

Have you looked into trying homeopathic treatment? Contact your state's Lyme Support Groups to ask if they can recommend someone.

You can find a practitioner on these websites:
https://homeopathy.org/registered-homeopaths-directory/?cn-s=&cn-cat=6

https://homeopathyusa.org/member-directory.html

https://www.homeopathycenter.org/find-a-homeopath/

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LisaK
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Lymetoo, thanks, do you have any specific MCAS groups in mind ? I am in 2 but always looking to improve upon that.

hoping, thanks. I will check out the links. I haven't gone to a full blown homeopathic practitioner yet so that is a good idea, thanks

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This is my "favorite" one:

Mastocytosis and Mast Cell Disorders-An Integrative Approach

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