Body and Soul Care, llc
"Are you feeling all used up? Fill ups available!"
Sandra Charbonneau, RM, LC
Call 360-509-0959 I Care
Port Orchard, WA
Notes to myself:
Today is the first day of the rest of your life!
A Reiki Energy Session alone or coupled with Life Coaching or Mentoring and Journaling can help you live a more stress-free, good, health filled life!
A daily action plan will help you make good decisions about your health.
- Know your medications: pharmaceutical, natural, and vitamins
(doses, schedule, and side effects)
- Keep a daily journal of your sleep, dreams, appetite, mood, and energy.
- Write down the things that make you feel better or worse.
Monitor yourself: Sleep, physical activity, energy, appetite, elimination, and mood are important signs of your body functions. Track any changes: what you ate, who you were with, and what you were doing when the change occurred, in a daily journal. Look at this pattern and share this information with your Coach and Doctor.
Experts agree that exercise, medications, vitamins, and healthy eating are an important part of your health care. Talk to your doctor and care providers about any side effects or changes you may want to make.
Follow up appointments as needed with me: Listen to your body, trust what your heart is thinking. Refer to and review your journal. If you have a concern, make an appointment. We are seeking an empowered, balanced body and soul, full of good mental and physical wellness.
Know what throws you off balance. Everybody has things (triggers) in their life that can tip them off balance. Know your triggers so you can better manage them.
Types of triggers and stressors:
- alcohol and/or other drugs
- stress in your family or personal life
- stress in your work, paid or volunteer
- changes in your physical health
Get active with your self care. Work with me and your care providers to create a plan that feels right for you. Discuss with us any changes in your daily action plan that you think might be helpful.
Track your progress. Use your daily journal, write, scribble, doodle, and draw.
Share your journal information with your health care provider, as needed.
Talk to your doctor if you think any changes in your treatment will be helpful.