Happy spring! This month we will look at another common sleep pattern: the inability to stay asleep. We will also discuss some of the pros and cons of familiar natural sleep remedies. A very typical pattern of insomnia is waking at 2am or 3am and being unable to fall back asleep. This is called sleep [...]
"When Faith asked me if I would write something, I thought "sure" because I talk about Faith all the time. I had so many health issues when I first started coming to her for treatment in May of 2006. My youngest son passed away in March of 2006 and I had emotional issues as well as physical issues. I am a diabetic and have been for more than 30 years, I am overweight, have high blood pressure, asthma, and joint problems. I have had abdominal surgery six times, tinsils removed, sinus surgery, carpal tunnel surgery on both wrists and a few trigger finger surgeries. I was having severe pain in my left groin and I had had x-rays, MRI and a bone scandna the problem could not be diagnosed. My uterus had turned and was pressing on other things causing pain. I could not move and sat in my chair all day because of the pain, gaining even more weight which aggravated my diabetes. I am on twelve prescription medications. I think at first, I went to Faith once a week. After a few weeks she was able to straighten my uterus relieving the pain. Then she began to wor on my asthma (I was on two inhalers) now I am on none but taking an herbal supplement called "Quercinase". I must mention here that all the herbal supplements I am now taking were a matter of trial and errlr because every person has a different chemistry makeup and what herbs work on one person may not work on another. I am near the 60 year mark in my life and have not always been kind to my body mainly through job related injuries, childbirth and broken bones. I like to think of myself as a work in progress. Friends who have not seen me in a while ask "What has happened to you?" Others who see me out walking my dog do not understand the long process it took to be able to walk without pain. Once you have "bad" health it takes alot of work and time to have "good" health and I tell people about Faith. Whatever your health issue is I believe Faith can help you."
— -G.H., Colorado Springs, CO