It is very common to have questions about whether the DNRS program can work for you. You may have found your way to DNRS through online research, a recommendation from your medical practitioner, or someone else who has successfully regained their health through the DNRS program. If you have experienced various forms of physical, psychological or emotional stress or trauma and find yourself suffering in an ongoing cycle of illness, you may have limbic system impairment and rewiring your brain may be the missing link to your recovery.
Cumulative stress and trauma can impact the structure and function of the brain and create an unconscious and chronic “fight, flight or freeze” stress response. This maladapted stress response can negatively impact all systems of the body, creating a wide range of symptoms.
You may notice changes in your immune system, digestion, hormone production, or detoxification pathways. Perhaps you are experiencing hypersensitivity to stimuli, such as smells, light, sound, touch, or foods and environments you once enjoyed. Chronic pain, fatigue, sleep issues, depression, anxiety are also common symptoms with limbic system impairment.
The good news is the brain has the ability to change, this is called neuroplasticity. Understanding your brain’s involvement in your condition is an important paradigm shift that allows you to consider the root cause of your suffering from a new perspective.
Learning the tools of neuroplasticity rehabilitation through the DNRS Program has proven beneficial for many people experiencing a wide range of chronic symptoms regardless of their specific diagnoses. Rewiring the brain allows the body to move from a state of survival, into a state of “rest and digest” where healing can take place. It doesn’t matter if your condition is mild or severe, or how long you have been suffering, harnessing the brain’s ability to rewire is available to you.
The program was first created to address limbic system impairment as it relates to the symptoms of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Electric Hypersensitivity Syndrome (EHS), and Fibromyalgia, however, it is now understood that when the brain is stuck in a chronic, maladapted “fight, flight or freeze” response, this can lead to a wide range of symptoms. For over 12 years, the DNRS Program has been helping people find relief from a growing list of chronic and hard to treat conditions. It is amazing to see how many seemingly unrelated symptoms turn out to be linked to limbic system impairment, and when this missing link is addressed, the results are life-changing for so many.
To get more clarity about whether your own symptoms may be associated with limbic system impairment, we encourage you to complete the self-assessment survey, as well as view the many success stories of DNRS participants.
Some of the most common conditions associated with Limbic System Impairment include:
Click on conditions below to see success stories.
“For me it was so important, and it made such a difference when I was able to absolutely tell myself that everything I was experiencing was part of this limbic system impairment. The more I was able to commit to that truth, the more the symptoms faded away.”
Riley recovered from symptoms related to Lyme Disease, Food & Chemical Sensitivities, Pain & Inflammation, Severe Anxiety, OCD, Mobility Limitations, Chronic Fatigue, Temperature Dysregulation, Post-exertion Malaise, Digestive Issues, Insomnia, PTSD
“I was so used to saying: It’s the Lyme that’s creating this for me, or it’s the microbials on my food or the cell phone towers or someone’s perfume. I had to reframe [my symptoms] and I had to say, really what’s causing all of this, the root of this, is my brain just isn’t functioning correctly. When my brain comes back on line much of the symptomatology will dissipate.”
Michelle recovered from symptoms related to Electric Hypersensitivity Syndrome, Mold Sensitivities, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities & Food Sensitivities.
“I was so used to looking at the environment as the cause of my symptoms. With the recovery process it became more and more natural for me to come back to: this is a limbic system impairment; this is a maladaptive stress response. I would go back to that whenever my mind would go back to the reasons and start analyzing.”
Pam recovered from symptoms related toFibromyalgia, Vestibular Disorders, Migraines, PTSD, CIRS & Mold Sensitivities.
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