The importance of your breath
Dr. Christine Arseneau, Pharm.D., FMCHC – founder of Lyme Support – was featured on Master the Pause’s podcast on how she overcame Lyme disease and multiple co-infections and how breath played a role.
Breathing and being in the present moment was all she could do when she didn’t know what to do next. When all you concentrate on is the moment you are in, the world feels gentler. A lot of the time, it is our thoughts and judgements about our situation that cause the suffering.
People tell you it’s in your head. Lyme disease is frustrating and overwhelming. But we can remember to breathe. Your breath is a tool you have with you all the time.
Christine’s philosophy is – In order to fully heal from Lyme, you have to FULLY HEAL. Period.
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