- Posted by Majella Farrell
- On March 30, 2017
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- Alkalise, Aromatherapy, Detoxification, healthy hormones, homeopathy, Homotoxicology, Hot flushes, Inflammation, KCR, low libido, Majella Farrell, Massage, Menopause, Moods, PRM, Reflexology, SAD, Stress, weight loss
The hormonal stages in a woman’s life can be quite startling both to her and those around her!
No matter what help is at hand.
If you are finding the going tough during the menopause know that you can be very successfully treated with PRM.
PRM or Physiological Regulating Medicine (PRM) is a gentle healing and very balancing system. Of medicine that integrates state of the art knowledge of Homotoxicology, Psycho Neuro Endocrine Immunology, Nutritional Medicine and modern Homeopathy. This approach has clinical proof of its effectiveness but without the side effects of conventional medicine
Here at Live Well Clinic, I employ this with fantastic results. I aim to help the change of hormones be as smooth as possible and my clients report great improvements in physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
Reflexology is another calming balancing therapy to help you through this time of change. I have practised this for over 26 years and it is still the most sought after treatments for a balancing, relaxing time, helping to keep anxiety at bay and to regulate sleep patterns.
The nutritional approach to balancing hormones is a vital link. In order for changes to happen naturally and as smoothly as possible, it is important for the body to have its full complement of vitamins and minerals. As a client, an assessment of your dietary intake and needs is undertaken. Bespoke recommendations are made -we never give a one size fits all treatment.
When your body has all the nutrients it needs then it is easier to detoxify, build new and great cells and to balance those hormones.
Sometimes herbal preparations are used, which ones will depend on your needs.
A rebalancing health plan is decided upon with your preferences of treatment approach, your health needs, medications you may be taking, nutritional status and perhaps therapies that will help.
Welcome waits. Menopause is understood at Live Well Clinic