Natural Helping Hands

A holistic approach to wellness and healing

 

I provide holistic guidance in all areas of natural wellness, stress management, pain reduction and trauma, through medical massage, reflexology, biofeedback and mineral analysis. I create an open window and a stepping stone on your path to better wellness awareness.

I am:

You see a dark gloomy cloud, I see a potential for life-giving release.

GOALS: AFFIRMATIONS: OWN YOUR OWN BODY

You can:

  • Get down to basics, learn the body as a whole
  • house clean (literally and in body)
  • build your body back to what it should be
  • visualize and make the vision a reality
  • take ownership of yourself
  • pay yourself first
  • change your external environment
  • be empowered (not dependent)
  • rediscover the amazing elements of self-healing which the Almighty provided on this Earth to assure humans enjoy vitality of mind, body and spirit.

Make a commitment to have better relationships, physical activity, spirituality, career, and body.

 

 


        IIN graduate in Health Coaching    Science and art of Herbology
 Infant massage USA member/CEIM instructor     Daybreak Massage certified therapist                  

 

 


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2 weeks ago

Natural Helping Hands
Ladies: do your histamine symptoms worsen with PMS?We’ve addressed this factor before, but it’s such an important problem that women with histamine intolerance are facing. If you ever feel like your histamine intolerance symptoms rage even more out of control at that time of the month, you’re not imagining things!There is a very strong connection between what happens with estrogen and what happens with histamine. The trouble starts when estrogen is not effectively cleared out of the body and, like histamine, the increased supply comes with those familiar estrogen-related symptoms...Can we all say PMS? Well, if PMS wasn’t bad enough to have to contend with every few weeks, those raging histamine symptoms join the party in full force.It’s no wonder you feel just terrible around your cycle (and even around ovulation!).You see, estrogen doesn’t only bind to estrogen receptors, it can bind to mast cell receptors, too.And, if you’ve been with us for a while, you know that mast cells are involved in histamine release.Essentially, what excess estrogen does to your already agitated mast cells is cause them to release more histamine, and you can see where we’re going with this… your symptoms associated with histamine intolerance increase. Histamine also has a negative impact on DAO, a histamine-degrading enzyme, making symptoms even more extreme!Fortunately, there are natural solutions that can help to balance histamine and your hormones to really do wonders for your symptoms.Want to know more about how to balance estrogen and histamine, naturally?Click below to read more! ...
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