10 Patient Tips for Success


Here are 10 patient tips for success that will empower you and make the most of your healing journey. This is your chance to finally advocate for your own health. We’re looking forward to helping you making the most of it.

10 Patient Tips for Success

1. Be Curious & Open-Minded

If you open-minded, to trying something new, get away from the idea of “pill popping.” Open yourself to new lifestyle changes that will put you on the course to a happy, healthy life. Don’t be afraid to try new healthy foods, make a daily schedule, or pick up a new hobby that enhances your mind and body.

2. Daily Routines

Small changes to your daily routines can open up a wealth of benefits. Not every change has to be a huge, profound one to be healthy.  By making one tiny health promoting change in your routine each day, you will soon find yourself firmly on the path to a wholesome, healthy lifestyle.

These little changes could be as simple as taking a half hour away from the bustle of life to relax and ease away some stress or preparing and freezing all your meals on the weekend so you don’t have to rush to get dinner on the table during a busy work week. Think ahead and find the stressful or unhealthy aspects of your life that you can chip away at.

3. Learn All You Can

Be ready to learn all you can! Knowledge is the key to success in every aspect of life and health is no exception. Ask questions and research the different aspects of health, especially the aspects that impact your specific needs the most. In the digital age, gaining access to information is as easy as a few keystrokes. Between search engines, Facebook groups, forums, and online journal publications, there is no lack of opportunity to learn about any health concern you may have or talk to others who may share those same concerns.

4. Preparation

Organization and preparation is as important as knowledge when it comes to living a healthy life. As anyone who has had to take medications for any length of time will know, remembering which one to take at what time can be a hassle. It’s no different with supplements. Making out an easy-to-follow list or getting a pill box that lets you measure out each dosage for each time of day are simple steps that can not only reduce the stress of trying to remember but can also keep you on track by making sure you don’t miss anything.

5. Ask For Help & Communicate

Help is available through two main resources: Your family and friends. All life changes, even when made for the best reasons, can be difficult, so a strong support system will be extremely helpful. Having people who understand what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and who are willing to help, are an exceptional aid to getting and staying healthy.

And remember, we’re here for you! Helping you is the primary reason our clinic exists. If at any time, you run into something you don’t understand, or you simply want more information about, don’t hesitate to contact us. All questions, big or small, will be answered.

6. Invest in Your Health

Don’t wait to take action and invest in your health. The sooner you complete the tests we’ve recommended, the sooner we can get you on the right track to better health. While waiting for the results, take advantage of the time to get a step ahead and speed up your healing process, especially if you’re experiencing autoimmune disease or multiple chemical sensitives, by investing in your IV program.

And please, book your appointments! That is the most vital step towards achieving optimal health.

7. Surround Yourself with a Healing Team

One person cannot meet all your needs, so surround yourself with a like-minded team who can help you with your healing goals. (i.e. Nutritionist, Health Coach, Acupuncturist,  Reflexologist, Chiropractor, Biological Dentist, Manual Therapist, etc). Think collaboratively!

8. Reduce Stress

If there was only one thing to implement for better health, it would be to reduce stress. Pay attention to how you feel and determine what causes you stress (people, places, things). How can you reduce or eliminate some of the causes? Stress has a huge impact on your mind/body/spirit/soul, which in turn impacts every cell of your body. If you can reduce your stress by even 10% that is also a 10% gain for your healing journey.

What can you change or do differently? Perhaps it is meditation, less interaction with a stressful person, reducing inflammatory foods, surrounding yourself with like-minded people with whom you can talk to, having an outlet for those more stressful days, such as a 20-minute walk in the fresh air, or sitting in nature reading a good book, or starting a gratitude journal to shift your mindset. Each small step creates big gains when it comes to reducing stress and ultimately improving your health.

9. Start Small and Slow If You Need To

People are naturally different. There is a unique quality to everyone and each person has different factors playing into their lives and affecting their health. The events that lead to illness, the triggers, and the antecedents will differ among each person.

Due to these differences, not all healing processes will be the same. While some people may be more successful by making big changes immediately, others will flourish by gradually making small changes. The changes needed to become healthy may feel overwhelming if done in one big step and lead to trouble sticking to it. In these cases, taking the slow and steady approach is usually the best option and leads to a better outcome.

10. Understand There Will Be Peaks and Valleys

This journey will include peaks and valleys. We’ve all heard that patience is a virtue and that saying holds true when it comes to working to optimize your health. Making changes is not always easy and as with any challenge in life, there may be setbacks along the way. It’s okay to make a misstep and tumble because not all of this is going to be easy, but learn from those missteps and stay committed to your goal. Be realistic about expectations and to realize that a full change will not happen overnight. It’s going to take hard work and perseverance, but if you stick to it, regardless of how many missteps you encounter, you will eventually reach the goal of optimal health.