Healing can often lead to a cure but not always...
On my own healing journey I’ve discovered specific things that directly support the healing process in everyone. It’s true that healing is as individual as every person and yet there are several key factors that are universal and help speed up and complete the healing process. I’d like to share five main keys for healing that will ensure you regain vibrant health as quickly as possible.
You may not think that autoimmunity is an issue for you because you don’t have a formal diagnosis or revealing symptoms. Over 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases, and it costs just under 100 billion dollars a year, that is 50 billion dollars more than cancer costs in one year in our country.
The Internet is an excellent place to look up geography or international news, purchase airline tickets, and find your aunt on Facebook, but it isn’t the place you should go to receive detailed medical advice.
As I promised last week I have three more incredibly important reasons for not having Google be your go-to for medical advice. I’ve seen misinformed patients suffer due to misdiagnosing themselves or by taking the wrong supplement in the wrong dosage and I don’t want this to happen to you.
I will begin with my preferred definition of a Health & Lifestyle Alchemist: The transformation of pain and suffering into awareness and freedom through a unique process of transmutation by using symptoms and stressors in the body, mind, and life to inform a creative and emerging therapeutic process that cultivates vibrant health and lasting well being.
If you recall, in Part 1 of this blog I delved into the definition of Health and Lifestyle Alchemy – this week I will share with you some first hand experiences I’ve had working with people as an alchemist in the world of healthcare.
A fever response to a virus or bacteria is a sign of a strong and healthy immune system. In my practice, the sickest people are the ones who claimed to never get sick and there are many studies proving the importance of fevers. There is a current concept and practice in Western medicine that fevers are harmful, and the practice is to quell them.