Q-Stories: ‘After taking micronutrients Suzanne has her life back and no longer suffers from Bipolar
Suzanne’s Q96 Success Story
“I’m a daughter, a sister, a wife and a mother. I’m a worker, taxpayer, a student, a friend and I’m bi-polar. If you were to see me on the street you would not know that I have struggled with a very real and devastating disease.
I’m attractive, successful and ambitious. I love to laugh and have a genuine love of life. I have had the opportunity to be on Q 96 for two and half years. It gave me my life back. Sounds incredible? It is. I was skeptical in the beginning but felt like I had very little to lose. I had lost everything already, including my dignity and pride, so I gave the product a try. My symptoms were so severe that I was not able to study, work, mother and feel alive.
I was strictly bi-polar. This started in early adulthood. I was given so many drugs: Luvox, Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Effexor, Lithium, Valproic Acid, Olanzapine, Ativan – what a cocktail! As a patient you think you can trust that the doctors know best and will fix the chaos that the disorder causes.
But that calm never comes, you lose hope and eventually realize this is as good as it gets. Every day is a struggle, you can’t sleep, eat, or socialize. You withdraw from society out of shame. This isolation often would result in suicidal feelings. I had no hope, I felt alone, ashamed and angry that my life had been robbed. I had two suicide attempts while on psychotropic medications.
When the illness started I had no idea what was happening to me nor why. It was very frightening. This illness is very real and incapacitating. The drugs, even with the most genuine effort of my doctor, offered no hope. One can rarely function at all on them. On the other hand Q96 has given me the health I always wanted. I thought life and health was for others. I have been able to live a life I only dreamed of since I have been taking Q 96.
This is another great story! No more bipolar! And did you catch the part about 2 suicide attempts while taking antidepressants. Friends, that’s the sad truth. Suicide is a potential side effect of antidepressant. How ironic don’t you think?
Of course if you ask me, bipolar is NOT a disease but merely a set of symptoms, that YES are VERY REAL and VERY debilitating but again, they are just symptoms of a deeper medical issue. In Suzanne’s case, we do not know what her medical issues were, but guaranteed, they were linked to micronutrient malnutrition.
Nonetheless, she is no longer suffering and she is no longer debilitated from time to time. Who do you know that is suffering like this? I can BET there are more people than you think. Why, because they hide it just like I did and just like Suzanne did, and yet on the inside they are in such despair. Wouldn’t you like to know that there is help and hope available for people you love?
Get in touch with me. I would be happy to send out a free 10 day sample bottle!
Livin’ Life eXponentially!