More to Consider in the Battle Against Crohn's

More to Consider in the Battle Against Crohn's

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Crohn's is a devastating disease. They call it "incurable." It is an inflammatory disease that can affect any part of the intestinal tract causing pain, bleeding, and extensive tissue damage. A high percentage, up to 80%, of Crohn's patients will require at least one surgery during the course of their lifetime. And their lifetime may be cut short at the hands of this disease. We treat it with powerful medications we wish we did not have to use. Side effects abound, and although the disease process may be interrupted, it may not be vanquished. All too often this thing just keeps on coming. But help is on the way. More to Consider in the Battle against Crohn's explains, in layman's terms, what this disease is all about and offers suggestions on how to treat it more effectively. It only exists because of the careful observations I have made, the unique experiences that have come my way, and a lot of hard work and dedication. Stick with me and new opportunities will emerge that, if acted upon, just might give you an edge in the battle against Crohn's. Here you will learn of the experiences of other individuals who have achieved remission in their struggle with this disease by the use of alternative and complementary measures. There is so much you need to learn about a disease that persists and is out to destroy. Here, we will look at a variety of alternative and complementary therapies available now for the treatment of this disease. This is a book that needed to be written, and I promise it will not be a waste of time. Eugene L. Heyden, RN is a registered nurse with a wide variety of clinical experiences. His passions include medical research and patient education. He has written a wonderful book just for you.show more

Product details

  • Paperback
  • 152 x 229 x 30mm | 762g
  • Impact Health Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0982827628
  • 9780982827628
  • 1,525,991

About Eugene L. Heyden, RN

Eugene L. Heyden, RN is a registered nurse with a wide variety of clinical experiences. His passions include medical research and patient education.show more