I am extremely proud to say I have fully recovered from severe chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome and also to have broken out of family dysfunction and parental narcissistic abuse.
No one could help me. But I figured out the "impossible" on my own and now I help others :)
I was severely ill. Around Christmas 2018 I was preparing to die (I had made a memory box about me to leave behind, I kid you not). I had been bedbound for 3,5 years. No sound - I cried when I heard cutlery. No light. No appetite. Dizzying headaches. Severe, chronic constipation for over 2 years. IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) for 6 years. I was sometimes crawling from the bed to the bathroom. I had trouble getting food and water in me. I was 40 kg, very underweight. My heart rhytm was out of whack. My hygiene and shower-routine was nonexistent. I will never forget the moment I gave up, that was when clarity came flooding in and a fire was lit inside of me. I realized no one was coming to save me and I would have to fight for myself.
After trying everything and being so tired of doctors making me feel even worse for years, I randomly came across Ayurveda (Indian traditional medicine) on a podcast during the spring of 2018. I was very intrigued. I read books and tried my best to implement elements from Ayurveda and Yoga into my life on my own, but I needed stronger stuff. The 21st of January 2019 I started 16 days of panchakarma (ayurvedic intensive treatment). My energy suddenly improved a few days before panchakarma started, when I started eating the prescribed food during panchakarma: kitchari. I actually digested something without any discomfort for the first time in years. Instead of feeling exhausted and foggy after a meal, I felt light and clear.
The practitioner came to my house for the treatment, I could barely open the door. The night before we started I cried because I was so scared I wouldn't be able to open the door. After one week of treatment every day, my energy skyrocketed back to normal levels! I was able to go outside for the first time in... I don't even remember. I took a taxi to the clinic for the remaining treatment. The last couple of days of treatment I took the bus! I had no muscles but my energy was back!