Anonymous asked: I'm definitely not a hernia expert but have you tried yoga? Heidi Kristoffer has healed her spine with yoga, she had a slipped disc and two broken vertebraes. Yoga will also make you super strong if you eventually get into arm balances etc. :-)
Thanks for the advice! I do practice yoga on occasion though it is hard to do so with a hiatus hernia because any inverted postures cause reflux/heartburn and can make it worse and so can any putting strain on cirtain stomach muscles :/ I do love being upside down and doing back-bends etc which i can’t do until it’s healed.. However, i will keep doing yoga just avoiding postures which might have negative effects for me xx
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Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action; rather it is timing, it waits on the right time to act, for the right principles and in the right way.
Lessons of life
In the past a setback would have really sent me into a downwards spiral thinking ‘oh no i can’t do this then’ but now i understand these lessons. Things need to just be dealt with when they present themselves.
I have been trying to do less cardio and more strength training the past few weeks because i long to be strong and lean but i think it has upset my Hiatus Hernia and made it worse. So now i am taking a month or so to focus on trying to naturally heal this which i hadn’t thought of doing before. Hopefully this will enable me to fix a long-term issue i would not have done before. If anyone has experience with this please get in touch!