It Can’t Wait – Make Your Appointment Today!

It Can’t Wait – Make Your Appointment Today!

Seriously, everyone, it can’t wait! And you need to make your appointment today! The Spirit to Care and the Skill to Help is my motto and it is what I live by! Nursing is my passion! Making sure that you get the care you need is what I do. And I have discovered that there is a part to that caring for people that is often left out.  Humans are very complex beings.  We are more than just this body. We think, we love, we play, and we hurt, all done in this body.  We will fix this body, but we leave out the mind and the spirit!

And for sure there is a lot out there about fixing the body. And it is done well, but not enough attention is paid to what is underlying those disease processes.  It take a little more than medication sometimes. In fact, it may not even need medication if a little more time was spent to find out what is going on and to treat the underlying causes, and the body often times will heal itself!

Stress effects many many aspects of your health and is, repeating, is the underlying cause of many maladies. Ever wonder where high blood sugar, and high blood pressure and it’s cousin Kidney disease come from?

Listen, it isn’t my Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy(r), or Aromatherapy techniques that you need to be afraid of.  These techniques can help with what is really ailing you!  This video really chronicles and details stress effects on health!

IT CAN’T WAIT! Make your appointment today so we can halt the stress effects on your health before they become other issues in your life that have to be dealt with, and even if they have, there is still help!


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  1. Micki Peluso December 28, 2012 at 10:20 pm #

    Louise this was a wonderful and informative post that I hope many will take seriously and make the changes needed in their health and lives.It’s essential because even when one does eat right, exercise and take supplements, keep blood pressure down, etc. stress and genetic factors can still take you down. I know, having had a triple bypass and 3 heart attacks–all because of a missing clotting gene picked up years later in a genetic test. I enjoyed this post and thank you for it.

    Love, Micki

    • LMalbon-Reddix December 29, 2012 at 1:04 am #

      Micki, I am so sorry that you had to go through that! Don’t get me wrong, I love our MD’s, but I don’t think enough time is spent with the client. It isn’t funny, but it was, at least for a minute. My late husband didn’t like morphine, and they called it a sensitivity to it, not an allergy; then prescribed him codeine. The problem here is that he didn’t possess the gene to metabolize opiods, so no matter what form was prescribed, he was going to itch. And me, I stay away from pepper and citrus fruits. Because it only causes a mild irritation in my mouth, no one paid much attention to it and just said to stay away from citric acids. But you can’t really stay away from oranges! So I do eat a little of it. Yes they call it a citric acid allergy, but in truth, it is an allergic reaction to salicilates or aspirin. No physician told me, I had to find out on my own, after many years of asking and suffering with a very sore mouth. I found the information on Wikipedia for free, no copay! “Unripe fruits and vegetables are natural sources of salicylic acid, particularly blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupes, dates, raisins, kiwi fruits, guavas, apricots, green pepper, olives, tomatoes, radish, mushrooms and chicory. Some herbs and spices contain quite high amounts, although meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy products all have little to no salicylates. Of the legumes, seeds, nuts, and cereals, only almonds, water chestnuts and peanuts have significant amounts.[10]” – Wikipedia. I do take an occasional Aspirin from time to time! I am grateful for the dialogue! We need to take charge of our own health care there! Thanking God for your healing!!!


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