Living Health Integrative Medicine Celebrates its 19th Anniversary

Living Health Integrative Medicine, Which Was Founded by Dr. Thomas Chaney and Dr. Stephanie Chaney, Provides a Natural and Effective Integrative Approach to Health

ANNAPOLIS, MD / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2020 / Dr. Thomas Chaney and Dr. Stephanie Chaney are pleased to announce that Living Health Integrative Medicine, which they co-founded, is celebrating 19 years in business.

To contact Living Health Integrative Medicine and/or to sign up for their newsletter, please visit https://www.mylivinghealth.com/contact-us/.

As Dr. Thomas Chaney noted, he and Dr. Stephanie Chaney are proud of the way their devotion to integrative medicine has helped Living Health Integrative Medicine to become the leader in holistic wellness throughout Maryland, Washington DC and Northern Virginia.

They also take pride in the fact that they are leaders in functional medicine and physical medicine. They use the most current research and science to help guide the treatments they suggest for their valued patients.

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Finding Purpose While Living With a Chronic Cancer

Photo credit: ACTUAL PATIENT
Photo credit: ACTUAL PATIENT

From Good Housekeeping

In 2008, when I was 38, I was told that my life as I knew it was over. I had gone into the hospital with my third unexplained blood clot, only to discover I had polycythemia vera (PV). This rare, chronic, blood cancer caused my body to make too many red blood cells, resulting in intense fatigue, shortness of breath, and blood clots, among other symptoms. That meant I could forget about the competitive mountain bike racing and riding my sport bike that brought me so much joy. I was told I needed to overhaul my diet and that I may never be able to have children.

I had known something was wrong with my body since my mid-20s but struggled with misdiagnosis after misdiagnosis. I felt relieved to finally know what was wrong with me, but I couldn’t believe it was cancer.

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My experience living with sickle cell anemia

I’ve always been a little obsessed with having a great quality of life. I guess it makes sense considering I was told from a young age that my life expectancy and quality of life would be low.

It also makes sense then, that I’ve always been precious about how I spend my time, especially the older I get. That’s why I gratefully celebrate every single birthday I have, because aging is a privilege that few recognize.

The year was 1990, and we were living in Hamburg, Germany. I was only 3 years old then. My parents tell me this part of my story as I don’t really remember any of it.

Apparently, I had an unexplainable, persistent stomach ache. When the doctors eventually came back with a diagnosis, they said, “Your daughter has sickle cell anemia, the most severe form of sickle cell disease.”

My parents were devastated. My mum

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Healthy Living – Are You Obsessed With Your Health?

When it comes to health, most of us are merely trying to do the very best we can. We take note of how we are currently feeling and are striving to one-up how we feel as time goes on. We exercise, make changes to our diet plan, and look after our sleep needs. So, one should think we are on track to optimal success.

However, could you be too concerned about your health? For some people, this is a genuine concern: call it health OCD if you want, or call it anxiety. If you spend too much time looking at and researching your state of health and how you should feel, you may have a problem on your hands as incidents of acute stress affects your body and in a measurable way…

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