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Microblog: Zero Mold Environment for the Mold Sensitive (CIRS)

Microblog: Zero Mold Environment for the Mold Sensitive (CIRS)

Watch the clip here.

Watch the full interview here.

Some of my clients don’t want to test for CIRS because they’re frankly scared of opening up pandora’s box.

I get it. It can get costly.

🌱Without getting to root-cause healing, you may never fully heal. For some people, it’s okay and as a practitioner, that’s a hard pill for me to swallow.

But I get it. We all have to make our own decisions.

🌟One benefit that comes from CIRS healing is that you sometimes will find other areas that need support.

💔As I chatted with @drbrucehoffman, he explains that chronic illness is often multi-symptom and multi-system: multiple organs and systems in the body are affected and the symptoms are many.

❤️‍🩹An indirect benefit is that if there are underlying issues, there’s a chance to address them. For example, if you’ve had trauma or abandonment in your past, and you don’t really face/address problems that arise, you may need to in order to properly heal.

🥀It sounds a bit woo woo but I’ve had many different CIRS clients and I’ve seen how people’s past has affected their ability to heal (on the same exact protocols).

There are many factors. Trauma is just one.

🧠While we mentally try to escape or block things out, our body really does keep the score.

⛑If you have chronic health issues and not getting better, consider looking within.

📺 Full interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/M2N90dk5osk

🎙Full interview on podcast: https://nutritionwithjudy.buzzsprout.com/1848795/10658453-how-chronic-illness-requires-multi-layers-of-healing-dr-bruce-hoffman

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