Stress and inevitable symptoms of working in a school…?

This just came in from one of the senior teachers I have been supporting. It is shared here with permission.
Everyone’s story is different of course – and if you are curious to change yours then please get in touch.

 

“Hi there

I just wanted to send you a few words that sum up what happened to me.

I could have gone on about my visits to the GP, photographing my swollen joints and rashes so the GP didn’t think I was making things up, it’s quite funny now I’m ‘fixed’  – although it wasn’t at all funny at the time ….. Especially as it was also suggested at one point that my symptoms were psychosomatic…

stress-symptoms

In 5 months I’ve forgotten how debilitating it can be to have:-

  • intermittent Vertigo,
  • swollen joints that were so painful I couldn’t move them,
  • tendons that pulled my fingers in to make a claw,
  • unexplained rashes
  • and the need to stop driving to have a sleep on the way home from work.

 

When you work in a school it’s easy to think feeling unwell is an inevitable symptom of stress and part of getting older! But the changes I have experienced since taking the USANA products you recommended have shown me it’s not stress or getting older, it’s nutrition. I just wasn’t getting enough of what my body needed.

I noticed a difference within 2 days of taking the nutritional supplements. Honestly, for me it was that instant.

I’m massively thankful.

It is just so incredible to be several months on now and pain free, sleeping better than I ever have, waking up more easily and not needing to spend 15 mins in the shower every morning trying to make my eyes open. I have more energy and mental clarity and I know I am more ‘on my game’ at work than I have been in years.

Thank you again.”

Inclusion Manager

 

If you want to explore what might help you thrive then get in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

Also check out

Nutrients Helping Children thrive testimony from adoptive parents

Nutritional deficiency and children’s behaviour how nutrients changed a pre-schooler and his family

Improving Immune strength what another teacher noticed