I suffered with recurring tonsillitis infections from early childhood through into my twenties.
I was prescribed many courses of antibiotics.
Once I started my first job as a primary school teacher, I realised I needed to find a way to stay healthy as I didn’t want to be taking time off work because I was sick with my recurring sinusitis and chest infections.
During my first term of teaching, I caught pneumonia and was really ill.
That was when I knew I had to do something, but I wasn’t sure what.
STEP 1 | respiratory infections
Luckily for me a friend suggested I try homeopathy. In the days before the internet, I had to ask around until I found someone. I remember going to a clinic in north London one evening after school and talking to a man wearing a tweed jacket.
I went to a specialist homeopathic pharmacy to collect my first prescription. To my amazement, it seemed to work quickly and I was delighted to find that my sinuses cleared up quickly without needing to take antibiotics for the first time ever.
I didn’t get a chest infection that winter, for the first time in as long as I could remember. I was surprised but really pleased because I didn’t have to take time off work.
Step 2 | Cystitis and thrush
A year or so later I found a different homeopath near to where I was living, so I started regular treatment for a while. I no longer had problems with my sinus infections, but I was still struggling with recurring cystitis and thrush.
On her advice, I started to take probiotics and algae along with homeopathy. Soon I found that these were better too. Best of all my periods settled down and I had more positive energy and direction in my life than ever before.
Step 3 | motherhood
Homeopathy became my first port of call whenever I was ill, which wasn’t that often any more.
After my daughter was born we started to see our homeopath together. I learned a lot about childhood illness and how to treat it naturally, and I found that it gave me the support I needed as a busy working mum with a lot on my plate.
Step 4 | Career change
Being free of struggles with my health and immunity gave me the energy to focus on developing a new career.
My interest in homeopathy had grown and I decided I wanted to train as a homeopath myself. I loved my training and took part in as many additional clinics and tutorials as I could. I even enjoyed writing essays and preparing for exams.
on-going homeopathy supports my whole family
While I do self-prescribe and I also treat my family, I very much value the support we have from our own homeopath. We all have sessions a few times a year; not only when there is something wrong.
I can honestly say that both my children have great immunity.
Neither has had antibiotics (my daughter is 18!) and my son has only had Calpol once – for pain relief when he hurt his arm.
My immunity story helps me to help you
One of the things I love about working as a homeopath is seeing how I make a difference to the quality of life of others.
I know from personal experience the helplessness of low immunity, being in a cycle of recurring infections and not knowing what to do about it.
I am thankful to homeopathy for what it has given me in my life, and I love my life as a homeopath.
“Whatever ails you, I think a visit to Tracy will always be a help. Her very presence is healing! I’ve never left an appointment with Tracy without feeling better in some way.”
IS HOMEOPATHY FOR YOU?
I can help you:
• Have trouble-free periods
• Prepare for pregnancy
• Get a good night’s sleep
• Have nice clear skin
AM I RIGHT FOR YOU?
When you want to get yourself sorted out you know you’ll need regular treatment for a while.
With this in mind, it’s important to make sure you choose the right person to work with and I know that’s a big decision.
That’s why I offer a free Discovery Call to anyone who is thinking about working with me.
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Tell me what’s going on for you and ask me all the questions you like. I’ll be honest and open about what you can expect from working with me. If I’m not sure that I can help, I’ll say so.
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I look forward to hearing from you!