My knees hurt. My hips hurt. My back hurts.
How am I supposed to lose weight if it hurts to move?
I can’t exercise! I’ll hurt more!
Does this sound familiar?
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If you are struggling with weight loss or if you are struggling with aches and pains, I don’t want you to suffer. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I am happy to start a conversation. You can reach me at [email protected]
To Your Best Health,
Since 2020 has been the year of the health pandemic due to COVID-19, more and more people are very acutely aware of how the quality of their physical health influences their ability to protect themselves against illness. The healthier we are physically, the stronger our immune system tends to be and the more likely we are to recover from diseases like the common cold, influenza, and even the coronavirus.
It is a fact that COVID-19 has wreaked more havoc on those with compromised health or a longer list of comorbidities such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, pulmonary conditions, and cardiac conditions. It’s not to say that COVID-19 has not impacted those without underlying health conditions, it’s just that the statistics indicate it has been more detrimental to those with chronic health issues.
When the body is not physically functioning at its best, it doesn’t feel as good. Joints feel stiff and achy. Muscles feel tight and sore.
About 3 months after my first pregnancy, I started coughing. This turned into a nasty sinus infection and I lost my voice. My primary care physician refused to prescribe me antibiotics because it was a virus.
A couple of months later, the same thing happened. Again, the claim was a virus and no antibiotics were prescribed.
This scenario happened again and finally I said to my physician, “Why does this keep happening? I’ve been to you three times in the past 6 months yet for the past 5 years I only saw you for my annual physical. Why do I keep getting sick?”
Her answer was “You have a kid in daycare. You have bad luck.” Again, no antibiotics were prescribed.
After that appointment, I seemed to get sick less yet I would still cough and lose my voice. It was very annoying because my patients thought I was sick when I wasn’t.
During my second pregnancy, I got really sick - I missed a week of work which if anyone knows me, I NEVER miss work. I never...
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