Fibronaut At Home

Hello Again!

on May 5, 2012

Hello again!  I feel like so much has happened and I don’t even know where to begin.  I’ve been to the acupuncturist three times now.  The first two times were to release all the negative toxins I have in my system.  This was a very exhausting process.  I have been so fatigued that I had only a couple days in the last two weeks where I had bursts of energy that allowed me to clean the kitchen and do laundry.  I squeezed in a couple walks around the block, but mostly was saving myself for picking my kids up from school.  This last visit to the acupuncturist was to try to balance all my stuff out (she said it differently, but you get the gist?).  Up until this point, I was kind of iffy on whether I thought she was actually helping me at all.  But this time, I felt like what she was doing was actually doing something to me.  I felt feelings in my tummy as I lay there and felt like I could breathe more fully than ever.  She felt like all my whatevers were in balance except for my large intestine and she feels that once we get that balanced, I should have less spasms in the rest of my body.  I’ve been given an herbal supplement Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan to take and while I’m not looking for a miracle, I am cautiously optimistic.  I had to use the spelling hint to even spell optimistic, which tells you what a pessimist I normally am.  I won’t go any further into the details of how the acupuncturist actually puts the needles in and where or how long they are, just in case you are like my hubby and get queasy thinking about it.  Think about the most sensitive areas on your body.  I’ve probably had a needle there.  I’ve reached my current limit for typing (look at me, pacing myself).  Here’s to a more balanced large intestine for us all.


3 responses to “Hello Again!

  1. My tummy grumbles each time the acupunturist puts the needle just above the right elbow – that’s supposed to link to the large intestine, too!

  2. fallingoutofthefog says:

    You are very brave! I’ve considered acupuncture, but haven’t been able to get past the thought of all the needles. Glad to hear it’s helping!

    • csgomez79 says:

      I’m not sure if I replied to you or not, but I highly recommend the acupuncture. The minimal pain is worth the emotional and physical release you get. This last time I really felt like it helped with my well-being (if that makes sense?).

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