The way you feel, and think doesn’t just impact you it impacts your work, your fa
|Do you find yourself minimizing what you go through, but helping others?|
Do you ever find yourself in moment thinking that the issue you’re struggling with isn’t bad enough to get help? We compare ourselves so hard against other people that sometimes we think our problems don’t make the cut to be worth addressing. The reality is that’s the critical moment to do something when it hasn’t taken over and become insurmountable.
Anxiety, depression, ADD/HD; it all exists on a spectrum! Who can really say when or how long it takes for sadness to become depression? How long it takes stress to become anxiety? When you notice a pattern, do something sooner rather than later. We really must reduce the stigma around mental health because mental health impacts physical health and impacts spiritual health!
It is my heart and purpose to help people understand that your health is whole body and how to be a whole healthy person!
The foods you eat impact the way you feel how your body functions. The way you feel impacts the way you think. The way you think impacts the way eat. It starts a cycle that quickly becomes a biological pattern that set you up for disease.
When you get stressed, you tense, and your shoulders often rise. That tension turns to headaches which in turn leads you to take medication. Those headaches, the medication, the stress all impact your eating habits. And I’m sure you know by now your eating habits have a huge impact on your bodily health.
What we do in this office is help you with all the above: the tension, the nutritional guidance, and even the neuro-electrical patterns that these habits have created that contribute to mental illness.
The way you feel, and think doesn’t just impact you it impacts your work, your family, and your quality of life. My ultimate goal is to see life changing results for people. To see you live, laugh, and love with health.
Tell me how I can help you live the best life you can!
|“Don’t be pushed by your problems, be led by your dreams.” |
Ralph Waldo Emerson