Do you have energy to spare? This should be the norm for most people, but in New Zealand over 60% of people wake up tired. The good news is that you don’t have to accept this, and it is possible to find answers, without resorting to guess work and taking pharmaceutical drugs.
The first step is to have a clear diagnosis of what is wrong. This is where my unique type of testing comes in. It is non-invasive (no blood tests, no pain!) and allows me to pin-point the problem immediately with a very high level of accuracy. The next step is to identify the best solution, whether it is herbal, homeopathic or something else.
I’d like to share a few stories of people that I’ve helped find solutions.
Tiredness – case study 1
A woman came to see me complaining of severe tiredness. She was exhausted by the end of each day. Her periods had become progressively heavier and more painful.
I found that she had a bowel infection from an amoeba (Entamoeba Histolytica). This is a common infection in NZ, but very poorly diagnosed. (She had actually been wrongly told that she had irritable bowel syndrome.) The infection was dealt with (without using antibiotics), all symptoms disappeared and her full energy returned within one month.
Tiredness – case study 2
A 36 year old mother of 2 came to see me. She said she was “dragging herself around”, had difficulty keeping an even temperature, and found her thinking was not at all sharp.
My testing showed a slightly enlarged thyroid, very low iodine levels and low thyroid function. With the use of a herbal/vitamin product and iodine to paint on the skin, her energy level was restored.
Tiredness with breathing problems – case study 3
A 10 year old boy had been diagnosed with asthma. After a sinus infection at the age of 8, he continued to have shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing, and tiredness with exercise. There was no family history of asthma.
I found that he had a mycoplasma pneumonia infection (and NOT asthma). This infection is very difficult to identify using the normal medical tests. The boy fully recovered in three months.