Choosing the right health coach for you is a decision you don’t want to make lightly. Just like different business coaches and athletic coaches have different philosophies and styles, so do health and wellness coaches. Here’s some guidelines to help you make the best choice possible for you and your situation: 1. Find a health coach [...]
The drugs you take for fibromyalgia can cause nutritional deficiencies. Guest blogger, Missy Baxter, talks about key factors in choosing a good quality vitamin supplements, includes recommended supplements for fibromyalgia.
Join Tami Stackelhouse, Fibromyalgia Coach, for “Weight Loss with Fibromyalgia: Can it be Done? Would it Help?”, the December webinar for the Portland Fibromyalgia-ME/CFS Group.
In the last four months, my fibromyalgia has suffered a setback. To get well, I’m getting “back to basics” – back to what got me well the first time – by taking an honest look at where I want to go and where I am now. I’m resetting my internal GPS.
After two months of working with Tami, Tamara says that she has more energy, less fibromyalgia pain, and her IBS is better controlled than it has been in years! Read her testimonial for details.
If we wait until we feel good before we start to get healthy, how will we ever get there? This is especially true for us fibromyalgia babes. We tend to feel pretty crappy most of the time, so if we wait until we feel good, we’re doomed!