Tom’s Success Story – The Gupta Program

Tom’s Success Story

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Hi, I started this programme about seven months ago and I can report that I have improved significantly since. I’m not 100% better (I still have some minor symptoms sometimes), but I feel like I’m *almost* 100% cured. By this, I mean that I feel that within perhaps another six months I’ll be 100% better, based on how things are progressing right now. I would recommend this programme to anyone with ME. I am so happy that I found it! Basically, here is my experience of ME. I’ll try to make this as short as possible. About seven years ago, I went to a nightclub one evening, and the next morning I woke up with the world’s worst hangover. It felt like I’d woken up on another planet! And this hangover just never went away. In fact, it gradually got worse over time. To cut a long story short, several months later I had to quit college and basically stop going out full stop, and I   went to the doctor in desperation. I was told I had ME, and that there was no cure.My symptoms were:

  • Overwhelming fatigue, at all times.
  • A feeling of being “distant” from everything in the world, as if I was in a  dream and nothing was real.
  • A very significant inability to think clearly, especially with regard to   reading

(I.e., “mental fog”).

  • Strong depression and anxiety, and a feeling of just not caring about anything anymore (friends, obligations, etc.).
  • Insomnia — so bad that at one point I had no sleeping routine, and I would be waking up and going to sleep at pretty much any time of the day.
  • All symptoms worsening after eating (especially with particular foods).
  • Occasionally, vomiting and diarrhoea after eating a particular food.

(There must have been more, but I can’t remember.)

I continued to get worse and worse until I got to a point where I was housebound most days (for about a year). At that time I just kind of accepted   that I was unwell and there was nothing I could do about it (previously I’d   been desperately looking for a cure, trying everything, to no avail), and   after that I seemed to get a little bit better (but not a huge amount), and was able to get out a little bit more.

Then at one point years later I got into reading again (although this was tough with the mental fog), and one day I stumbled upon a book called “Fear:   The Friend of Exceptional People” by Geoff Thompson, and it piqued my interest since it was a book about overcoming fear, written by a guy who had   been a nightclub doorman for several years. After following the advice of this book about overcoming particular fears, I found that actually, I started to feel a lot better on the whole, to my surprise.

Then several months later I found the Gupta Program (from an advert in an ME charity magazine) and it all clicked into place. At that point, I realised that the advice of the book and the Gupta Program were fundamentally quite similar, except that the Gupta Program, of course, was ME-specific. So, basically, I’d already been doing some amygdala retraining,  but in a slightly different way. But now that I had started the Gupta Program, I went on to improve a lot more, and eventually, I got to where I am today, which is where I feel that I’m almost cured of ME.

I go out every single day now, and I actually have a life again. I’m still not back to work, but I’m looking to try it at some point soon. I still seem to have minor reactions to some foods, but they are also lessening, and for the first time since coming down with ME, I’m not really very bothered about them. I suppose what I’m doing now is just gradually expanding myself one step at a time.

I go out every single day now, and I actually have a life again. I’m still not back to work, but I’m looking to try it at some point soon. I still seem to have minor reactions to some foods, but they are also lessening, and for the first time since coming down with ME, I’m not really very bothered about them. I suppose what I’m doing now is just gradually expanding myself one step at a time.

Just writing this now, I’m surprised how far I’ve come actually because the improvement has been so gradual that it’s been quite hard to notice it, as weird as that sounds! I   guess it’s kind of like how I gradually got worse over time with ME, and before I knew it I was housebound — only, in reverse! It’s odd writing this really, thinking about how bad my symptoms used to be, because now I’ve just kind of got used to feeling better in general, and I expect *not* to feel awful if I go out, or do whatever. Anyway, I’m rambling on now!

In conclusion, I cannot recommend the Gupta Program highly enough. I shudder when I remember how bad I used to be, and to be honest it was hard for me to write this. Just thinking back over the past seven years makes me want to cry it was so bad, and so I really feel for the others. It’s almost something you never want to think about again. If anyone reading this is in that awful situation right now, I hope I’m able to convey to you that ME is not necessarily permanent.

Thanks for reading, – Tom

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