Pain may not be the worst about fibro…
…at least not if you’re supposed to believe those who really struggle with it.
However, to be clear, make no mistake. There is no doubt that the pain a lot of people who suffer from fibro is the number one complication in their life. We’re talking about physical complications in the body that hurt so much that it’s almost unreal. It makes people struggle to sleep. There are so many who really cannot get a good night’s sleep. Some of them haven’t slept well for one single night for years. Imagine how horrible that is if you have a family. You have a spouse and children and have to take care of them, too. But you’re just too exhausted, too fatigued, too tired to think of others because you have your own problems to deal with.
And this is where perhaps something that’s even worse than physical pain comes in.
Because, believe me, it is a form of pain in and of itself.
It may just not be the kind of pain that you had in mind.
And that is mental pain.
The feeling of being alone. Of not being understood. Of being left outside alone, all by yourself.
Your friends and family can’t possible comprehend how you’re doing. In fact, they don’t have the slightest clue how you’re doing. They just don’t get it. All they do is ask you the same kind of asinine and inane question like ‘How are you feeling today’ or ‘I really wish there was something I could do for you.’
While you, you know it so well.
What they can do.
What they should do.
If they really care about you.
Of course you cannot expect them to miraculously cure you from your pain. That’s not what we’re talking about here.
We’re talking about the willingness to understand.
To know that the pain you’re in right now is so tremendously awful and that you’re in such a reduced state, you cannot possible be the best version of you. It means you cannot attend parties or go somewhere necessarily. You cannot go hiking right away. Even going out for a beer is extremely challenging and demanding.
When you’re in such deep pain, all you want to do is stay at home, hoping that it goes away and that you have someone there who at least understands you and know how you are doing.
Sadly, that’s lacking in the world today.
Especially in the cold, medical world where it’s all about the body mechanics and not so much about the spirituality or mental state of someone.
Something that may help, depending on your current chronic disorder state, past medical record and many other factors is CBD oil.
It will for sure not help you with your mental state. Lest you consume marijuana to cope with depression issues.
But it may help you relieve you from a lot of pain.
And the best thing is, you don’t need your doctor’s approval or any prescription to get your hands on it.
Sounds great, right?
Well, time to do something about it.
Get yourself some CBD oil and let the naysayers wallow in pithy and spite.
You’re on a mission to get a better life.
And it all starts with CBD oil.