Getting Healthy

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Getting healthy

This programme is suitable for many chronic hormonal health problems, that are pre-existing, or those that have developed alongside your perimenopausal symptoms.

It’s important to get healthier especially as we age, because we have diminishing energy reserves. And we have to make some lifestyle changes, which can be challenging especially when we believe that it’s a boring option.

But what if it isn’t boring at all, what if it’s the best present you can give yourself, and in exchange you get to reconnect with yourself and what really matters in your life now?

This will enable you to get your health back on track, and middle age is a great time to take the bull by the horn’s and just get on with it.

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Getting healthy

This service includes external services in order to assist you in reaching the outcome you truly want to achieve for a clear bill of health. In addition to what’s included in the Getting Better programme:

  • You’ll have consultations tailored to what isn’t working now
  • You’ll have private laboratory hormonal testing
  • You’ll have a bio-energy revamp your vitality programme
  • You’ll have a health and hormonal tracker to unravel your stressors
  • You’ll have an opportunity to withdraw from unnecessary medication regimes (assisted by a NHS Pharmacist)
  • This programme runs over 6-months
  • There’s a money-back guarantee after the first consultation

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Getting Better

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Getting better

I’m so glad you’re here… because this service is for you if you’ve had enough of what isn’t working.

And we all have some of that going on, but the brave thing to do is to take the plunge and start doing something proactive about it before life takes hold and makes the decision for you.

Because when you’re stressed out with all manner of perimenopausal symptoms, and whatever else, the thinking can become woolly and it get’s harder to know which way to turn and what to do for the best.

This helps you address hormonal health, mood swings, emotional health, behaviours and compulsions.

And this starts with a free Discovery Session where you get to explore what you want to change for the better, without feeling compelled.

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Getting better

This helps you get out of your own way, and get past the story. You’ll learn some ground-breaking tools and techniques that you adopt and use at home on yourself and out and about when and where you need them. You’ll become your own health and life expert.

  • You’ll have consultations tailored to what isn’t working now
  • You’ll learn how to get on-board with yourself
  • You’ll overcome the stumbles you’ve had when making change in the past
  • You’ll have email access for any in-between meeting questions
  • You’ll have a rolling health plan that you’ll take charge of
  • This programme runs over 3-months
  • There’s a money-back guarantee after the first consultation

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Don’t Go Changing

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The statistics for making change in the New Year

We’ve all heard the New Year, New You philosophy… There’s something a tad old-hat and last century about it these days. Like every other commercial incentive on the market, we’ve been there, done that and bought into the t-shirt.

Yet according to the Statistic Brain Research published in December 2016 the above figures show the likelihood of success from making change from making new year resolutions. And although there’s a 49% failure rate, it tells us that 10% of people who keep trying will finally succeed. A little dreary.

I have to make two points: (1) What are they doing to change, and (2) Hos are they approaching it?

(1) What are they doing to change?

I wonder how many people keep coming back to the same old, same old tools to give them another go, i.e. how many people join gym’s at this time of year, or go back to a tried and trusted, yet clearly unsuccessful dieting programme, expecting something to change. That approach doesn’t work, and then people become more sceptical about making change. Why would you

Why would you expect something you’d done before to work next time, because you know that just says that you’re broken, and you’re not! But there’s not point in taking out another gym subscription for that momentary new year rush, only to find it’s sitting in the draw by mid-February, feeling sorry for itself, while you watch the monthly fee fritter away, again. Which brings me to the second point.

(2) How are they approaching it?

If you’ve used approaches that haven’t worked for you then you need to do some more research, make some appointments, talk to people. Find out what’s going on in the world of change today, that will deliver up what you’re wanting to experience and see change instead. Not being self-promotional here but I’ve trained in a vast range of 21st century tools for making change that got me out from the emotional funk I had for decades. They’re shown by clicking through here…

Google more info, make a list of people to speak to, go for it, if you want to start the year with a new broom. What those statistics don’t show is what people used, how they dug in, and how often. It’s not just making change it’s finding something that is suited to you, your needs and your budget.

Washing off what’s still not working

That’s probably because there is something about a new year that encourages a clean page, and new chapter feel, where all of your imagined (and real, because you have to imagine it to make it real) potential sits begging to be let out of it’s cage.

In 2016 the political scene turned toxic. So shaking that out feels good, in terms of using it as a wake-up call for all things passe, let’s get with the programme, do you feel that too?

Washing off the past is easier said than done in some instances. For example, I can certainly stop watching the news and reading the papers for my political updates, or listening to a few well-chosen purveyors of all things journalism.

So what’s stopping you?

Personal change is different because poor habits are easily formed in times of need, i.e. you feel highly stressed from a relationship break-up and start overeating, drinking too much, not sleeping well. They can become hard-wired and difficult to break once they’ve formed into a low-energy poor coping strategy that comfort you in some inexplicable way, regardless of how well they’re justified.

Think about the most common new year habits people chose to break, weight loss, finding love, stop smoking, breaking toxic relationships, taking more exercise, getting unstuck from work patterns that are killing your mojo.

The most popular habits people want to change

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The most popular topics people work on changing
These are all habits or patterns that you can change anytime of the year, so why New Year? But there is something fresh and open about a new diary, a blank page of potential that connects with us all in terms of what we want the next year to provide that the previous one hasn’t.

Of course if you’re genuinely happy, not because you’ve given up and it’s easier to believe it, i.e. you’ve settled, then that’s a rather wonderful thing. Celebrate!

How successful will you be

the older people get the less they try to chnage
The age demographic speaks for itself
From those statistics it’s clear that the older people get the less they aim to make change, at least through the process of resolutions. And doesn’t that say that people get fed up with failing over time and decide that resolutions do not work. Yet the statistics showed otherwise, from which I guess people get more disillusioned to make changes at this time.

I’d say this… if not now when? Why wait until your health has reached an emergency status, because if you fall ill with fewer health reserves, then you have less to fall back on in times of need. And more importantly it far easier to change on your time, than when your health is below par and it’s being ordered in addition to whatever else is going on.

How well do people’s resolutions hold up?

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How well do people maintain their New Year changes
What do you want this year? How do you plan to go after it? Have you pursued it before? What happened, why didn’t it work out? What is it about previous attempts that puts you off giving it another go? Here’s a little spoken of element about making change, whether you chose to do it now, later, or never.

The hardest part about making change is making the decision and where necessary finding an effective process that will get you from A to C or even A to Z…

Confronting it is the key element! But if you are considering change at this malleable time of year then read on…


PS: I’d love to support you in getting rid of what’s not floating-your-boat, so that you can learn how to use your angst to transform into your full potential.

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Chronic Health Symptoms

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This biological model acts as the basis to creating a blueprint that maps out all your existing health symptoms

My mum had chronic health symptoms all her life, from a very young age when she had an accident that resulted in being diagnosed with TB of the spine, and spending most of her childhood in hospital.

The prognosis back in the early 1920’s, wasn’t particularly optimistic, but alongside new innovations she defied their expectations.

But she had lifelong issues around muscular skeletal problems, pain and immobility that worsened as she aged.

Fast forward to today, where we consider the latest information that comes from a collective of new sciences, that provides a missing key to the causes behind chronic symptoms, that are essential when it comes to getting under the car-bonnet of repeating patterns.

This combined with my own childhood interwoven with time away from school for ill health, eventually lead me to understand the mystery behind why symptoms come and go.

It often results in being labelled with a condition, as though it’s part of you, and can result in a long term medication regime.

Interestingly prescription drugs can become part of a bigger problem in this two phase process, because they manage symptoms rather than clear them, which flips us in and out of the symptom blueprint I’m going to attempt to describe here.

What is chronic health?

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Mood swings and raging hormones have inbuilt patterns that trigger them

The blueprint is a model that traditional medicine already understands, although it’s not necessarily connected the dots between the two main parts of the model, better known as Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer’s Two Phases Of Disease.

These two phases in the Central Nervous System (Sympathetic & Parasympathetic) highlight the cause of disease by showing that the model is a highly interconnected process, and it’s rooted in Embryology:

The UDIN (stage 2) happens due to an emotional event.

A UDIN is an unexpected, dramatic, isolating moment (in time) when you’re in a situation where for example someone has thrown a hurtful remark at you (intentionally or otherwise).

It cuts you to the quick, you’re often momentarily speechless, as the body goes into the fight or flight response and feels quite isolating. It’s the one where everything goes into slow-motion!

The stress phase

This takes your system into the STRESS Phase (stage 3) where your system is trying to fathom what happened, and along with a range of other symptoms you might find yourself replaying the moment; why didn’t I say this, why didn’t I do that, etc.

You know that feeling right?

At (stage 4) your feelings around what happened reverse, which in effect moves the disease process on into the second phase.

You get that feeling that all’s well with the world because at some level it was deeply upsetting.

But ironically just as you’re feeling better about the original event you start experiencing a diagnose(able) set of symptoms.

The regeneration phase

The REGENERATION Phase (stage 5) mostly begins with noticeable symptoms. And we’ll reserve digging into this more complex phase another time.

However, changing your repeating pattern of symptoms, i.e. bronchial issues, sore throats, digestive issues, pain, etc), will come and go until you change them.

Does change have to come about through the tools I use, absolutely not! For example, if you are staying in an unhealthy relationship, you may well get triggered with symptoms.

If you end the relationship, you may well diminish the chronic pattern. However, as creatures of habit, you may well leave one relationship and walk into another one where the triggers are very similar, and kick-start the symptoms again.

Do try this at home

  • Just take a moment to have a look at your health symptoms
  • Choose one diagnosed condition
  • Can you track back to what was going on before the symptoms arrived for the first time?
  • Is there a noticeable link between what happened before the symptoms arrived, and how they arrived last time you experienced them (i.e. first time and last time)?
  • Make some notes as to what’s coming up
  • Can you see just how logical it is?
  • What are you noticing?

We get re-triggered by similar events, and again we’ll delve deeper into that another time.

For now just start noticing, because you’re the designer of your own health (and only yours). You can clear what isn’t working, and if symptoms are heavily embedded then maybe just managing them better will be enough.

Wouldn’t that be a bonus?

Making direct change

If you do nothing to affect the level of change needed to cancel out a UDIN pattern, then your chronic health symptoms will come and go until you do.

And it’s not all about making dramatic change, it can be very subtle indeed, as the gentle techniques you learn with me will testify. These subtle differences are life changing in terms of getting you free of the restrictions that symptoms naturally impose.

In summary, understanding this two phase body blueprint really opens us up to recognising that there is an absolute logic to illness, which sets us free from any fear and randomness around our health and our powers to change it.


PS: I’d love to support you in getting rid of what’s not floating-your-boat, so that you can learn how to change what works against you and start tapping into your full potential.

Step up to the mark

Are you feeling ready to ditch the emotional roller-coaster, because this approach brings about a significant and noticeable difference?

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Recovering Good Health

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Throwing a range of approaches into the mix increases your chances of making a full recovery

Following on from last time, today we’re going to look at why you need to use a range of approaches once you have obtained a medical diagnosis. And why this is an essential element when you want to make a full recovery and get on with living life to the full.

This looks at the importance of:

  • doing your own due diligence
  • getting a second opinion
  • asking questions
  • becoming open to an integrative approach
  • that it’s important for you to take charge of your own recovery

When your health is out-of-whack, an all-round-programme of getting you back into feeling vibrant so you can engage with life again is so important, because it will lead you into the next chapter of your life feeling fully energised, engaged and active.

Making a full recovery while moving back into good health, is likely to lead you into better health than you’ve had for a long time. And you’re likely to need both; a traditional and an alternative approach, because they each provide different aspects

Having obtained a medical diagnosis you need to begin by doing some due diligence, which can begin with getting more than one traditional opinion, don’t just take the first doctor’s word, especially if it doesn’t resonate with you. Feeling satisfied with what you’re hearing is the first step into recovery.

And dare I say it sometimes doctors get it wrong, they’re both human and work to incredibly tight deadlines, mistakes are inevitable.

Seek out more than one opinion, which is even more important when it comes to dealing with a terminal prognosis. Do as much research as you can online, offline, talk to people, get informed, give it your full attention.

Alternative health

This could well take you into the realms of alternative health, where it’s challenging to know what’s what, especially when it’s all new.

Yet again make enquiries, get recommendations, have conversations. Here’s a list of why you need more than one approach to get back into optimum health and why:

  • When your energy is knocked out a range of approaches are needed
  • This saves you time all round
  • It takes the pressure off your doctor because it’s your problem, not theirs
  • A diagnosis (as mentioned) helps everyone
  • This hands you the reigns of bringing yourself back into good health
  • You have to show up because no one else can do it for you
  • Begin noticing the ebb and flow of your symptoms and use a diary to track them

One really easy way of testing both fields, the allopathic and the alternative is to have conversations, and get a feel for the practitioner, if you resonate with everyone you’re involving in your hand-picked health team, you’re far more likely to make a full and thorough recovery, and you’ll reach a point where it becomes enjoyable. This is about priorities.

Helping your health experts help you

Communication is a key component of returning to good health, as you re-educate and make some long-term tweaks in your own attitudes and behaviours that lead into lasting change.

It’s very old-school to accept a poor bedside manner, make sure you work with people you can talk to.

The last thing you want is to suffer additional anxiety on top of your other symptoms due to feeling closed down by someone’s professional pontification.

Look out for the indicators, such as any unwillingness to discuss your programmes of treatment, you must be able to ask as many questions as you need, and invariably you only have a small window in which to do this.

Asking open questions

Go prepared with all you need to know, ask well-thought-out questions. You can expect a calm, open manner that enables you to have a confident conversation back and forth.

Ultimately it’s about your transition back into wellness through an all-round programme of approaches, where every detail counts.

And although you may well be managing this yourself, to ensure you get all you need in every which-way, you’re looking out for strong indicators.

Look to recruit the sorts of practitioners who are prepared to work collectively towards your transition back into full health. This includes the full support of what you need from family and friends, and don’t be afraid to ask them, they often want to but are looking for your direction. It’s vital that you take charge!

All roads lead to Rome

It’s about getting you back into the best quality of health you can achieve, through a strong range of positive attitudes, and methods of working. These should be transparent and accountable.

Good health is reached through a number of methods among which you can include:

  • The bio-chemical help your doctor provides through, tests, examinations, intervention, a drugs regime, and an intention of reducing everything to zero over time
  • The physical help your body needs to move itself by using a favourite programme, or something newly designed for you
  • The nutritional support your body needs and any adaptations needed, albeit temporary or otherwise
  • The emotional change needed in order to adapt yourself to a new understanding of what is happening, how any challenges came about, and making it be different going forward

Making substantial change brings it’s own rewards and is often left until it’s long overdue, maybe you’re feeling ready to do things a little differently in order to restore your health once and for all.

In conclusion taking your health into your own hands is an excellent place to start when it comes to being in control of your desired outcome. Recovering good health does require that you start looking into using a range of approaches constructively.

P.S. Jane would love to support you in getting rid of what’s not floating-your-boat, so that you can break through what holds you back, and watch your creativity soar.

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Feeling ready to ditch the emotional roller-coaster, where this approach brings about a significant and noticeable difference?

Then click through on the button below and arrange a 20-min chat to start ending a run of what no longer works in your favour.

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