You can go to different types of practitioners and get out of pain. But, that doesn’t make you well, no symptoms is not an optimum state of health.
The reality is that people don’t call me when they present no symptoms. People reach out when they cannot get rid of extra weight. They’re feeling really lousy, tired all the time. They experience aches and pains. Cannot sleep and sex drive is down to the tubes. They get sick often. Skin doesn’t look good. And they may have been diagnosed with one or more conditions.
As an Integrative Functional Health Coach, I am not in the business of treating and diagnosing people. I want to understand what’s going on. I ask questions and dig into their history to uncover why are those symptoms are happening because symptoms are NOT normal. However, the symptoms do pinpoint to opportunities inside you for us to work. During this detective type of work, I run the right set of functional labs that give us valuable data and correlate to each person. The labs help me identify HIDDEN stressors in the areas of hormones, immune system, digestion and detoxification pathways, energy production, and nervous system.
Guess what, when I put it all together, it usually explains why people don’t feel like themselves anymore. People are so highly individualized it’s unbelievable how different we really are from each other. The healing protocol involves natural therapies in diet, sleep, exercise, stress reduction or elimination of some kinds, and supplementation. I don’t work with anything specifically; I work everything non-specifically as I look at a person’s whole lifestyle so that I can find ways to kind of better help them get over to the healthy side of that wellness meter.
In summary…the good news
The good news is that we can prevent or reduce the aging process by building our health. We don’t have to or should wait to experience symptoms. When we are mindful and choose to fuel our cells with that they need to thrive, we are boosting energy naturally, building immunity so our bodies function as they were designed to from birth to natural cause of death. Most of us have a choice in regards to what we eat, drink, how often we move, how much sleep we get, and how we respond to life curveballs (stress). The more aware we are of our bodies, the sooner we take responsibility for our daily choices and how they are positively or negatively impacting our wellness, the more equipped we become to experience a vibrant life– with minimum medical intervention compared to those who ignore the body’s signaling and focus on patching symptoms.
If you are curious and would like to learn more about how I can help you get to the healthy side of the Wellness Meter, go to www.BeFabBeYou.com right now and schedule a complimentary consult so we can figure out if I can help you and whether we are a fit to work together.
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