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Don’t let the Holidays create disaster for you

The Holidays are coming quickly and the celebrations are well under way!  It’s wonderful to get together with family and friends, co-workers and others and to have actual time to talk and enjoy one another.  With the festivities comes all the treats filled with sugar...

10 reasons why thyroid symptoms can contribute to fibromyalagia

On my checklist/survey for the Thyroid and Adrenal, you’ll know the many thyroid symptoms that can contribute to Fibromyalgia . Loss of hair, muscle pain, low body temperature, insomnia, anxiety, cold hands and feet are just a few. How about fatigue and weakness?...

What do the adrenals have to do with fibromyalgia?

What do the adrenals have to do with fibromyalgia? How do they play a part with us feeling many fibromyalgia symptoms? That low energy with chronic fatigue can be overwhelming. This is because of poor adrenal function or what’s called hypoadrenia. Unhealthy adrenals...

Frustrated with anxiousness, depression, insomnia?

What is your biggest frustration when suffering with fibromyalgia? Is it overwhelm, being in constant pain, or the chronic debilitating fatigue? I have suffered all of that and would be hard pressed to separate them. Being depressed and anxious and unable to sleep...

Fibromyalgia: feeling short on energy and in crushing pain?

Feeling short on energy and crushing pain from Fibromyalgia? Too many times to count for sure. The last blog I wrote I talked about the relationship of Fibromyalgia and the thyroid. In that, I showed a healthy “conversion” process taking place in our body can further...

Fibromyalgia and the thyroid connection to gaining your life back

For those of us that are or have dealt with fibromyalgia know the depilitating symptoms of fatigue and pain. Chronic pain may be due to injuries, infections and accidents. One thing I found is being hypothyroid can cause pain in and of itself with widespread pain...

Help to overcome insomnia and thyroid imbalance- naturally

I’ve been the one who has struggled with getting a good night’s sleep. I’ve had so many nights of insomnia laying awake looking at the ceiling, thinking, thinking, thinking. Then only waking in the morning to feel just awful, drained and miserable. As I have learned,...

Keep blood sugar balance for best thyroid health during the holiday season

Blood Sugar Imbalance and the Best You The Holidays are coming quickly and the celebrations have already begun! It’s wonderful to get together with family and friends, co-workers and others and to have actual time to talk and enjoy one another. With the festivities...

Feel like yourself again starting with thyroid health

You may look well but not “feel” well. Everyone says you look fine but you know what’s going on on the inside. Taking care of your thyroid could be the way to a turn around. You can begin to feel like yourself again starting with a healthy thyroid. Stressors in life,...

Is life holding you back?

It’s been a wonderful yet a month of new adjustments. My son is now married! I got to dance with him at his wedding! Something I had only dreamed I could do a couple years ago. Fibromyalgia with all its fatigue had been holding me back from many of life’s joys. But...

Kathleen Flanders Coaching

It’s been a wonderful yet a month of new adjustments. My son is now married! I got to dance with him at his wedding! Something I had only dreamed I could do a couple years ago. Fibromyalgia with all its fatigue had been holding me back from many of life’s joys. But now I can say I’ve conquered that.

Many of you too have been held back in life whether from autoimmune disorders, chronic fatigue, hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s or Grave’s disease. Some of you have slight symptoms and others greater ones that are truly debilitating.

In my last bog I talked about hope. Taking time to seek more help is essential to exploring options that you can do and not be held back in life. One of them is making sure you have the conversion process of the thyroid hormone which is important for every body function. Getting your liver and gut well helps the process take place. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, high quality protein is a start. Eliminating sugar and foods that may cause a bad reaction are important. Yet I won’t go a day without my probiotics.

If you think you’re doing all the right things but still feel you’re not better, there are plenty of things you can do to get you there. Everyone has a different body that acts differently in certain ways. Yet there are some basics that can help support you and your energy levels, reduce painfulness, insomnia, hair loss, and/or feeling cold most of the time.

Looking into more natural alternatives to go along with your doctor’s care can often help. Finding those foods that support you, creating optimal digestion, getting sufficient minerals, rest and lifestyle measures are some of the first things to consider.

As a Health Coach, who has experienced myriads of symptoms that often left me bedridden, I am able to listen to your concerns and work with you to reach your goals to overcome and feel better.

If you’re ready, I am here to take your call.

Much love and blessings,

Kathleen, CHHC, AADP

315-415-3881

kathleen@kathleenflanders.com

www.KathleenFlandersCoaching.com