Are you at a tipping point in your health? You aren't feeling your best, you wake up lethargic even after getting an adequate amount of sleep. Or... You can barely sleep. Perhaps, you are always constipated; have terrible headaches, find it extremely difficult to lose weight, are agitated easily and just overall don't feel your best. You my friend are at a tipping....What you do next is crucial.
I've been talking much about Sub-Health Conditions. That grey area in a person health where they are on the cusp of good health or declining health. They are literally right in the middle and a single choice can literally tip them to either side.
The tipping point is the critical point in an evolving situation that leads to a new and irreversible development. The term is said to have originated in the field of epidemiology when an infectious disease reaches a point beyond any local ability to control it from spreading more widely. A tipping point is often considered to be a turning point.
Let Me Paint A Picture...
As a woman you know we are all about the hands and nails, you noticed that your nails are brittle, you brush it off, run to the nearest drug store or beauty supply store, pick of a bottle of nail harder, problem fixed.
Next, you feel the heaviness at the bottom of your gut which is where your colon lies, you feel like you have to eliminate, but nothing comes out and you haven't gone in over 2 days, so you pick up a bottle of Magnesium Citrate from the drug store or Wally World you got your nail harder from.
You go for your annual check up and your doctor tells you... you are on the verge of high cholesterol. All these signs point to... according to Mayo Clinic... Hypothyroidism.
Does this sound like you?
Sub-Health conditions are rarely diagnosed by medical instruments until clinical symptoms appear.
We specialize in helping before getting to a tipping point of diagnoses and treatment. Don't wait as prevention is better than cure. It literally takes more effort to reverse dis'ease than to make the correction now to prevent it from developing.
If this is you, contact us and let's determine the best way to help you prevent dis'ease.