I Don’t Rely On Food Restriction To Make Me Happy Anymore I’m So Grateful! _HOT_
Fact: It's stressful when you're worried about money. In order to be happy, you do need enough of it to cover your basic needs: things like food, shelter, and clothing. But once you have enough money to be comfortable, getting more money isn't going to make much of a difference in how happy you are. For example, studies of lottery winners show that after a relatively short period of time, they are no happier than they were before their win.
I Don’t Rely On Food Restriction To Make Me Happy Anymore I’m So Grateful!
This has been really interesting. I went through menopause at 38 years (am now 51) and was really happy as I found what I suffered with menopause a hundred times less than what I suffered monthly for years with my menstrual cycle. I was also diagnosed with hypothyroidism during this period so the symptoms are confounded! The brain fog, the sweating and the weight issues are awful and no one has ever been helpful regarding these and so I have had to make it up as I go. I did some literature searching over the years but found most articles were written purely from a clinical academic viewpoint and activities of daily living or quality of life was not really addressed. I have not done any research in years so hopefully this has changed.
Doctors working in or owning pain management clinics have become the target for angry chronic pain patients who have relied on their opiate and benzodiazepine prescriptions at therapeutic doses to live and function, taken away from them. The truth is, the doctors are not the ones pulling the strings. They are just the last person in the chain between the government and you. Working in a pain management clinic must be a lot like being an oncologist. Many of your patients will never get better. The best you can do is make them as comfortable as possible and understand the depression, anxiety and anger many chronic pain patients feel. Being a Dr. in any field is stressful, but in many branches of medicine, most of your patients recover, and are reasonably happy. Rarely if ever seeing your patients return to 100% year after year can easily turn into burnout. You know your long term patients well, because they come in frequently and often deteriorate over the years. That is one hell of an emotional overload.