Sarah – The Collision of Natural Healthcare Preferences with the Need for Crisis Care…And Mountain Racing on a Keto Diet.
What happens when you’re natural healthcare family but have to enter the traditional for crisis care? Join Sarah as she discusses her family’s journey with their youngest after contracting RSV at 3 weeks old. And stay as we get side tracked in Sarah’s journey with trail racing on a keto diet.
The person that chases pain is always lost. The person that fights fatigue is always tired. Instead of looking at these symptoms as separate and stupid, recognize them as intelligent and support them instead of suppressing them.
What happens when you have an amazing family, no history of trauma but your pre-teen starts expression depression, emotional outburst, and even suicidal thoughts?
You want more energy but you’re confused on where to start and what to do next. Use a sequencing of systems to boost energy levels for the long term instead of just propping your eye lids open with more stimulants.
It’s not uncommon for people to come to the clinic experiencing fatigue but also suspecting a hormone issue at the root. But the hormone at the root is more likely insulin, not estrogen, progesterone, or testosterone.
It’s hard for me to read, write, or hear the word sabotage and NOT immediately associate it with The Beastie Boys. And just like the epic song starts out, “I can’t stand it, I know you planned it…’ can be applied to so many’s health journey. You may not feel you planned it but by making decisions or not making decisions, you have planned for that outcome.
With that said, here are 3 ways you sabotage your health journey and how to break it.
Oxygen is an antibiotic, it’s just dose dependent. Free oxygen radicals are used by the immune system to travel through the body and degrade bacteria. HBOT boosts the bactericidal tendencies of oxygen by greatly increasing the amount of oxygen in the tissues and fluids of the body.
How many celebrity doctor shows, blogs, and social media posts have you encountered that tell you to ‘reduce stress?’ It’s the worst advice out there. It’s like telling a 3 year old to go to sleep, right after devouring birthday cake by saying, ‘just close your eyes.’
I avoid debates about disease causation because most are arguing within a ‘direct cause’ paradigm. Not everyone that smokes gets lung cancer. But it happens. Not everyone that gets into a car accident, breaks a bone. But it happens. Not everyone that gets a vaccine, develops autism. But it happens.
Does information get you results quicker? Rarely. It’s when you combine information with action that you create knowledge and you’re heading in the right direction. But if you want to save even more time getting to your health goals, you must combine knowledge with this…