No Magic for ME By Lisette Skeet

By: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Company
 
MIAMI - July 30, 2022 - PRLog -- This book hopes to change things.

Says the author:

"This is my second book about myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). I strive to clarify my way of managing the symptoms, and present my point of view about the illness and the potential that sufferers have to recover.

"I offer my understanding of the psychological processes that hold people back, especially the medical professionals who don't recommend nutrition therapy for reasons unknown, medical professionals who don't even acknowledge the condition of ME, and sufferers who feel certain they cannot take control, and instead remain ill, waiting for a magic pill.

"I look at the dangers of imagining ME is a mental illness, and highlight the science that must prove it is not. I point out the cruelty of forced exercise and examine the risks surrounding seeking counselling before a recovery has been achieved.

"I was in my early thirties when I fell ill with myalgic encephalomyelitis. It's extraordinary that one of my main pointers to recovery came in a leaflet from the ME Association, where it acknowledged that while there is no known medical cure, the patients who make the best recovery have paid attention to their diet!

"Since then, over thirty years ago, I got better relatively fast. However, the ME Association has become a far bigger concern, since it still insists there is no cure for the condition. It produces a quarterly magazine full of information, but still promises no way to get better.

"I relate my own experiences, discussing how hard it has been to be with those who are unable to comprehend my long illness, which lasted between two and three years before I achieved wellness independently of the medical profession.

"There were many months when I had no idea what my condition was, and I was confused. Even after diagnosis, I remained ill, getting worse until I could hardly walk. Then a gift arrived from an auntie. It was a bundle of books, some of which were about good nutrition.

"Information from the ME Association fell into place. I devised a better diet, took care of myself, and began to recover. I struggled with the recovery process and kept on researching. I learned the value of vitamins and an important process related to repetitive eating.

"I was able to return to activities such as swimming and horse riding, but most wonderful of all, I could care for my two small sons without needing help."

About the Author: Lisette Skeet lives in Halstead, a small town in Essex, England.

Publisher's Website: www.sbprabooks.com/LisetteSkeet
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