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Dr. Harrington employs natural health psychology & homeopathy to address weight-related issues & chronic disease, helping people improve their health and ultimately, their lives…

Some of the benefits you will experience seeing  Dr. Harrington at Glow will include: 

  • Weight Management
  • Disease Prevention
  • Reduced Stress
  • Improved Digestion
  • Blood Sugar Control
  • Cholesterol Reduction
  • Lowered Blood Pressure
  • Increased Immune Function 

Every individualized health improvement program is strategically tailored to meet the health and healing needs of the whole person, rather than a specific health condition.

I can also assist individuals with a multitude of other health challenges, including mental health issues like depression and anxiety.

Chronic diseases are defined as any disease that is recurring and prevalent, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, autoimmune diseases, cancer, etc.

I primarily assist people with diet, exercise, nutraceuticals, homeopathy, and lifestyle change programs, in addition to helping them develop more effective coping skills.

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By Dr. Rachel Erikson

There are 5 sticky physical traits that are leading to serious health problems for some unfortunate people. What has been discovered is if you have 3 of these 5 traits, you are at an increased risk for Coronary Artery Disease, Stroke and Diabetes. Let’s look at what these symptoms might be:

1. High blood pressure

2. High fasting blood sugars

3. Large waist circumference

4. Low HDL cholesterol levels

5. High Triglycerides

Does this sound like you or someone you know? Statistics show that 1 out of every 3 adult men and women alike have metabolic syndrome and 1 out of every 10 kids!1 Weight is the one biggest risk factor for acquiring metabolic syndrome and obesity is on the rise. A United States statistical analysis showed that the average American male is on average 30 pounds heavier today than in 1960, and women an average 25 pounds heavier.2

So what to do now? If you aren’t sure when your last blood work was done, make an appointment with Dr. Erickson to get that done. If you are uncertain what your last labs say, she can explain them to you. If you think you are at risk, the biggest factor in reducing your risk for any of the above symptoms is by lowering your weight and participate in regular cardiovascular exercise. Count on the Glow team to help you meet your health and fitness goals.

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