Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Increase Platelets Naturally | Curing vrs. Healing

Can Low Platelet Blood Count or ITP Blood Disorder be cured? Well that depends on what you mean by the term "cure." If you want your doctor to give you a pill that will make your ITP Blood Disorder disappear... the magic bullet so to speak than the answer is no. There is no cure. The Medical Profession hasn't found one as of yet and most likely won't in the near future. So if you are depending on your doctor to cure you... it isn't going to happen.

Unfortunately most people view alternative medicine with the same mentality as conventional medicine. They look for a specific herb or vitamin that will get rid of their disease. This is unlikely. And because of this mentality or approach is the norm many more are even discouraged to even look into the benefits to being able to Increase Platelets Naturally.

Healing on the other hand is a better approach. What is healing? Healing is taking control of your own body and accepting responsibility for your own health. Looking for answers, discovering things that need to be done. This would include finding bad habits that need to be curtailed or even eliminated and taking action. Many times this alone can restore health.

Healing can also involve the use of herbs, vitamins, diet, life-style and other natural therapies. Healing involves getting in tune with your body and discovering your personal laws of health and obeying them. In short, empowering your own immune system to heal your own body. We are talking about addressing overall health and not just a specific issue such as low platelet count.

When your body is not healthy or under some form of stress then conditions manifest themselves and in this particular case platelet counts drop. Then that leads to other issues such as bleeding bruising and other symptoms. If you are willing to obtain the healing of your own body than you can be freed from ITP Blood Disorder.

See you soon and wish you the best...

Good Health to You,

P.S. Have you read "Conquer Low Platelets" by Louis Cruz? It deals in depth with what we were just talking about. He is giving away the first 18 pages for free! You can get it TODAY... click here.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Increase Platelets Naturally | Time to Start - Today!

The time to increase platelets naturally is today. Why am I saying this? Well....

If you are any thing like me you put things that are good for you off until the last minute. Exercise is a good example. I know it is good for me, I enjoy it while I am doing it and I feel better after I am done. Why do I have trouble getting started?

I guess I might be a bit lazy, unwilling to get out of my comfort zone.

When it comes to doing things about your blood count, maybe the same thing happens to you.

To increase platelets naturally you need to take action. Your doctors are not going to do it for you and neither are any pills they may give you. Don't get me wrong, you need your doctors and they are willing to help you and will but you also need to get involved in helping yourself to increase platelets.

If you can improve your health naturally it will be easier for your doctors to control your platelet counts and even wean you off of unnecessary medications. All to your long term benefit!

Have you read "Conquer Low Platelets" by Louis Cruz? I suggest you do. He is giving away the first 18 pages for free! You can get it TODAY... click here.

See you soon and wish you the best...

Good Health to You,

Friday, May 7, 2010

Increase Platelets Naturally | May Take Time - Be Patient

Read some interesting comments on how to increase platelets naturally and thought I might share them with you. The life of a platelet is 10 days on average so the body is constantly refreshing the supply. If for some reason your platelets are being consumed in a shorter time the body can step things up a notch or two to make up the difference if it has the proper resources. That is why a healthy diet is so important. Anyway, take a look at these posts, some very helpful information to say the least.

"March 6th, 2010 at 2:32 am
One of the reasons of having low platelet count is deficiency of Folic acid and Vitamin B12. Medicines can help BUT check with your doctor first. And by intake of food items rich in Vitamin C like Gooseberry, Orange, lemon etc. It’s a slow process to recover platelet count back to normal in adults. Platelet count which shows an increasing trend is a positive sign. Take medicines under the consultation of Hematologist only."source

Although they may be necessary, medications taken to increase platelets can have adverse long term affects. For this very reason a healthy natural approach can be very beneficial. Natural methods may take a little longer, but they do seem to hold better and the side effects are negligible if any.

Increasing platelets naturally is often overlooked or not taken too seriously and this is understandable especially if ones condition is severe however natural methods, no matter how simple they seem should be part of your arsenal against low platelet count.

Good Health to You,
Laura Jean