It's not unusual for very healthy individuals to opt for stem cell therapy as a proactive health measure. Typically, those who notice significant improvements after the therapy are individuals with multiple existing health conditions. This is because their organs may have been compromised in function, so it's logical for them to feel the changes once their functions are restored.
But what about people who are already quite healthy? Just because you don't feel any immediate changes doesn't mean you haven't gained benefits from the treatment. One important factor is how closely you observe your own body.
Our cells naturally die off every day, in the millions. We might not notice this process until a long time has passed, at which point we start experiencing signs of aging as functions gradually diminish.
You don't observe when your cells die, so it's not surprising that you might not notice when new cells are being rebuilt. Our bodies are designed this way. We can't hear or feel the changes happening at the cellular level because if we could, it would be overwhelming with millions of cells communicating and working. What we can feel in our bodies is just a small part of what's truly occurring within us – like the tip of an iceberg.
Whether you feel the changes or not, healing is already happening after the treatment. Think of it like the wall of your bedroom. Over time, it might develop a long crack that you might not notice because you're busy or you always keep your room dark. Then, someone comes along to fix the wall – they cover the crack with cement and paint. The wall doesn't become bigger or taller, so you might not notice the entire process. However, the wall has been repaired and will look good for another decade.
I recall a case where a woman had been suffering from chronic hip pain for a long time. After undergoing stem cell treatment, her pain improved significantly within a matter of weeks. At first glance, it might seem like just a relief from pain, which might not appear to be a major change. However, when we examine the process more closely, we see something remarkable.
This pain, which was a result of inflammation localized in the hip area, was resolved without the need for surgery that could potentially affect other joints as they compensate for the hip. Moreover, the treatment didn't rely on steroids or painkillers, which often offer temporary relief and can sometimes do more harm than good with prolonged use. The inflammation was not only addressed in the hip area but also wherever it was needed in the body. However, all of this happens without a shout for attention that we can hear.
You might not feel the healing in your internal organs like the kidneys, liver, or heart. Pain isn't the way these organs communicate with us. But rest assured, the healing process is happening silently and effectively.