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I can help you.
You or someone you care about has a problem.
You or they are seeking health or lifestyle change, treatments or strategies for living and feeling better.
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Before seeing me, please take the following free medicine:
HONESTY. So much dis-ease starts from not telling your truth and not being yourself. If you are living for someone else’s expectations, it is time to give yourself priority. If you believe you cannot be yourself or say the things you really want to say, you owe it to yourself to ask yourself why. Wouldn’t you rather be with people and live in a place where you are comfortable enough to say exactly what is on your mind and how you feel? We can talk more about this. I mentor people regularly. I consider this an important part of healing.
SLEEP. If you are not getting at least 7 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night, do something to change the situation. Insomnia is not normal. It is treatable. And often it is a symptom of an underlying condition. You restore and heal yourself during sleep.
NUTRITION. Do you enjoy what you eat? There are better and worse diets. Do some research into what benefits you. Take control of what you eat. Notice how you feel about yourself when you eat certain foods. Listen to your body. It never lies. It always knows what is good for you. You two should by now be on a first name basis. I can help you.
EXERCISE. We were designed to function well when we get regular exercise. If you do not, then talk to your family doctor and get started. If you already do, don’t stop.
Sometimes all someone needs to do to change their condition for the better is to make improvements in one or more of the above 4 areas. Before you hand over your hard earned money for advice from any health professional (including me) take a hard look at how well you are doing in these 4 areas. And know, right now, that if you come to me for help, the first thing I will ask you about is these. If you feel too overwhelmed to take charge and evaluate your situation, TALK to someone you know who cares about you. Get some support. People who know when and how to be vulnerable, and how to ask for help, are also the most resilient.
Yes you can.