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804 days sober. After more than 2 years of fighting, strict diet and exercise, I managed to have only a few days per month with a very slight disturbance, which does not effect my life or mood anymore. That is 98% symptom free. I wish to continue so. The only symptom for now and only in difficult stressful situations is a very occasional pin in the fingers, but with long intervals, like a few per day. I wish everyone healing and peace!
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804 days sober. After more than 2 years of fighting, strict diet and exercise, I managed to have only a few days per month with a very slight disturbance, which does not effect my life or mood anymore. That is 98% symptom free. I wish to continue so. The only symptom for now and only in difficult stressful situations is a very occasional pin in the fingers, but with long intervals, like a few per day. I wish everyone healing and peace!
Great report! I, myself, am close to a full recovery myself.

1) Faith
2) Diet & exercise
2) Seeing a new DO

All 3 in that order have made a world of difference and I caught myself jogging this morning while watering my trees

Yes!!
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Great report! I, myself, am close to a full recovery myself.

1) Faith
2) Diet & exercise
2) Seeing a new DO

All 3 in that order have made a world of difference and I caught myself jogging this morning while watering my trees

Yes!!
I am happy for you IceHouse! Keep it up!
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