We’re all so busy that sometimes we overlook the little things.
If you have children, you probably don’t notice that each day they change just a little bit. But every once in a while it hits you – you can’t believe how much they’ve changed!
The same thing happens if you exercise. No one starts a new exercise program and notices a difference the next day. But after a month or so you might notice you are sleeping better, have more energy or your clothes fit a little differently.
Tracking Your Progress
Making a commitment to track your progress daily is a good idea no matter what personal journey you’re starting.
It’s normal to have “good days” and “not so good days”. But how do you know when you’re starting to have more good days than not so good ones?
Plus, how do you know what is contributing to those better days? Is it a new supplement like Myetin®? Is it a better diet or exercise? Is it getting better sleep?
When you’re feeling better, you might go a few days without noticing you’ve had more energy or haven’t had as much pain. You simply go about your day feeling a little better than the day before. We call this “the ripple effect of feeling better”!
Tracking your symptoms each day allows you to see progress when it happens over a longer period of time when small changes each day might be hard to notice.
Feeling Like Yourself Again Takes Time
When you start taking a new supplement like Myetin® that supports cellular level health and your overall energy levels, it’s unlikely that you’ll notice anything right away. After all, it’s not a steroid or fast-acting drug. It takes time for your nerves to get to the point they are in and it will likely take that amount of time to help the nerve damage improve.
But that doesn’t mean it’s not working.
Myetin® was created to address key nutritional deficiencies in the body to better support nerve health with D-Biotin. It also includes the energy-producing qualities of NAD+ as it’s 2nd active ingredient.
In a recent 180 day pilot study, patients taking Myetin® reported significant improvements in pain and fatigue. But as you can see from the length of the study, these results were not achieved overnight.
That’s why it’s important to keep a note of your symptoms every day. Feeling like yourself again takes time. But we believe you can get there when given the right support.