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Does Poor Health Impair Your Writing?

Do you suffer with chronic pain or malaise that interferes with your stamina or concentration? Have you been told, “There’s nothing wrong with you,” or that your lab test results are “within normal limits,” despite your having acute flare-ups of symptoms that make you feel acutely unwell? Have you ever been prescribed antidepressant or anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) drugs to cope with these problems? Have you lost the will to write?

There’s a high probability that your health problems have been misdiagnosed. You may be afflicted with one or more autoimmune diseases. Autoimmunity has been called “the great pretender,” because its symptoms mimic those of common ailments, but they cannot be verified by the standard screening tests which are used to diagnose other conditions. Special tests are required.

Click on the poster to find some links that may help you and your doctor get to the root cause of the trouble:

You’re not a hypochondriac. You’re not lazy. You’re not clinically depressed. You can find out what ails you. You can write again.

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