‘ello ladies and gents! So sorry I haven’t updated on my Thrive (we were provided with a 3 month supply for sharing the experience) experience in a while. Things have been hectic and honestly I fell off the routine for a while. That was not a good idea but it did give me more insight into the program. It also let me get a feel for the results. I definitely prefer a life with Thrive than without. Within a week of stopping Thrive I was aching again and feeling sluggish. I thought maybe it was withdrawal from the ingredients but I let more time go by and the symptoms did not go away.
I did some research. I Googled the heck out of other people’s experience with Thrive to see if what was going on with me was normal. Apparently I’m not the only one who stopped taking it and noticed a negative impact. A lot of people actually blame Thrive for making them feel bad. To me it’s the same way I felt before starting the program – Thrive just makes life better in my opinion.
That’s a strong statement, I know. I have never been the type of person to rely on anything to make me feel better. Heck, I will suffer in pain as long as possible before taking anything for relief. That’s just who I am, but with Thrive I feel great. Not okay, not good, but great! I have energy, I’m not aching, I’m not constantly looking for snacks to munch on. I’m content and feel amazing. I have energy to do things like exercise and get dressed.
I’m in no way a medical doctor – my opinion is just that – an opinion. I would never suggest you take or stop taking any kind of medicine or supplement over your doctor’s recommendation. With that said, I have noticed a HUGE change in my mood when taking Thrive. I’ve talked a little about my mental health issues, namely being Bipolar. It probably isn’t the smartest decision I’ve made but I stopped my regular medication to see how Thrive worked on my moods. I’ve noticed a huge difference which is a big deal since I am a rapid cycler. Basically what that means is my moods change extremely quick. Imagine being ecstatic one minute and in tears the next. It happens to me a lot when I am off of Thrive, but when I’m on it my moods seem a lot more stable.
It could all be in my head (and technically it is) but I swear by Thrive to make me feel better. Friends have commented on my demeanor both when I’m taking Thrive like recommended and when I’m not. The decision is unanimous – they prefer me when I am taking Thrive!
I’ve shared my Thrive products with friends and I can’t wait to let them tell you what they think. Stay tuned for that post in a couple of weeks! In the meantime you can learn more about Thrive with the following links.
As with anything like this be sure to contact your doctor before starting or changing anything that could affect your health.