How to Stay Strong When You Have EDS

How would you respond if your body did not work for you but against you? What if you felt that your body was actually your enemy?

For people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), most days feel just like that.

Simple things that many others take for granted can cause catastrophic pain. Like what? Like opening your car door. It could not only cause you pain, but possibly dislocate your fingers or wrist.

Imagine living everyday with the possibility that an organ could spontaneously rupture at any moment.

These are just a very few examples of what someone with EDS has to live with each and every day of their lives. The risk to live a normal life can be scary, painful and challenging. But for some there is hope by learning to connect and align their body with their mind.

Sounds simple right? However there is more to it then that.

Click here and learn more about how one man managed to find that connection. Witness how he and his family, living together with EDS, are making important and effective decisions to retrain their bodies and in more control of their disease.

Facing what they were genetically born with, they still live as normal as they can. Regardless of how different they may be to others.

Choosing to accept a disease that has no cure and being your own cure by reprogramming your body….That alone is triumphant.


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