Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
“I never thought my story would see this kind of success,” said Wells. “I’ve received positive feedback and heartfelt stories from people all around the world who have experienced similar situations. It’s been incredible.”
At the age of 16, Wells began suffering from extreme weight loss and chronic headaches. He and his family sought answers from 12 different hospitals throughout the southeast and underwent multiple tests, yet no one was able to provide a proper diagnosis. After nearly a year of this vicious cycle, Wells was diagnosed with mercury toxicity from an experimental H1N1 swine flu vaccine.
The book details Wells’ thoughts as he was left with unsatisfying results and infinitely more pain after each test, scan and hospital visit.
"It was a very difficult time for me and my family, but keeping the journal was a way for me to channel my anger and pain,” he said.
Wells hopes the book will continue to inspire readers, like Nicole Langdon, a health care professional in Stratford, Connecticut who recently wrote to him thanking him for writing the book.
“'Am I The Enemy?' struck a personal chord with me because I work in the health care industry, and I’ve always been a little skeptical about any form of holistic medicine,” she said. “After reading this young man’s amazing story of survival and his 189-day headache, I was surprised how a simple nutritional change and a healthy dose of vitamins could turn around a devastating situation.”
"Am I The Enemy?" is available at Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Audible. For more information on Nathan Wells, visit http://www.nathanscotwells.com.
About Nathan Wells
Nathan Wells is a 19-year-old author from East Tennessee who wrote about his 189-day headache. He contracted mercury toxicity from an experimental H1N1 vaccine and wanted to enlighten the public about what happened to him and how it can be prevented. 'Am I the Enemy?' is available at Barnes& Noble, Amazon and iTunes and the audiobook is available for download at Audible, Amazon and iTunes. For more information on Nathan and his journey, visit http://www.nathanscotwells.com.