Upper Arm Skin Bumps & Pimples

People ask almost every week about upper arm skin bumps or pimples. You are not alone – it is a common problem. This is a method that may resolve this annoying and sometimes uncomfortable skin condition.

For most, attention to the upper arm when showering or bathing will improve the appearance and feel of the skin. Generally, it is a buildup of dead skin “glued” in place by oils coming from the pores. The buildup on dry skin may just feel bumpy, even get a little red. Others may experience pimples that get inflamed. Most of these conditions itch which is your body’s way to encourage you to “scratch away” the buildup. Here are the general directions we have found works for many to care for this skin:

  1. First select a gentle, hydrating cleanser or body wash that will aid to soften and cleanse the area. We had impressive results with Renew Body Wash – effective and affordable.
  2. Next use a wash cloth or exfoliating cloth/glove with the cleanser or body wash in a circular motion all over the affected area. Some start with the wash cloth, then graduate to an exfoliating fabric – the more sensitive the skin, the gentler the fabric you want to use. First time go gentle on the skin. As you continue to do this daily, you can be more firm.
  3. Be sure to rinse the skin thoroughly from any cleanser or body wash.
  4. Some find benefit using their facial toner to normalize the pH of the skin to receive the lotion without further irritation.
  5. Do not dry the skin – rather immediately apply a nourishing lotion to the wet/damp skin to further hydrate and protect the skin.

Within a week or two, you should see the upper arm skin becoming softer and smoother with less upper arm skin bumps & pimples. If the steps above does not get the results desired, we have found applying a pure essential oil like Lavender, Frankincense, or Melaleuca to the skin before step 5. This can take some experimentation on which essential oil or blend of oils will give you best results. Reach out and take advantage of our experience to help with this! Reminder – sensitive skins may need the essential oil to be diluted by a carrier oil like Sweet Almond Oil. Also, be sure you are using a “real” essential oil and not a synthetic! After you have massaged the essential oil in, massage your lotion over to protect and seal moisture in.

If these skin bumps & pimples appear elsewhere on the body, the condition may be from acne or sport garments which may improve with the technique above but may benefit from different products. You can use the same general treatment as above but using an acne wash for cleansing the face, back, upper legs or buttocks. Then using the acne astringent to follow the cleansing to remove any cleanser residue and gently exfoliate. Then finish with an oil free moisturizer. Melaleuca oil is an excellent treatment for acneic skin and could be used before the oil free moisturizer. We have had excellent results with the Clarity Line of products – clinically proven results and affordable.

Please let us know if you found this helpful. we love hearing from you and learning about your testimonials! We love to consult on products and which essential oils may be best for your situation. We are not medical doctors or professionals – rather a licensed cosmetologist & esthetican with over 30 years of experience to share! You can call/text at (847) 502-8394, email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or find me on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert). We look forward to helping you and your family have Comfort For Life! Elizabeth & Kris Gronert

Don’t Skip Your Skin Care Toner!

Yep – we are moving from discussing healthy meals to healthy skin in this post! I am a licensed cosmetologist and esthetician with over 39 years of experience – I can’t believe I can say that! When I work with people, I find that time is always one of the reasons we don’t do “all of the steps” for an ideal skin care regimen. I totally get that. Too many steps cause people to not follow the program because, let’s face it –  Life is busy! But skipping your skin care toner is a bad choice long term! Here is why:

Skin Care Toner will help your skin return to a normal pH after cleansing. When the pH is normal, application of serums, lotions and creams are more effectively absorbed.

Since skin care toner will neutralize your skin back to it’s normal pH not only will your skin care products work better, they are less likely to irritate the skin. If skin nutrition is applied immediately following cleansing, the skin may react negatively to those ingredients. By not using your skin care toner, applying treatments may cause skin problems instead of helping your skin like they were designed.

Use a cotton pad with your skin care toner to remove missed dirt, cleanser residue and give your skin a gentle exfoliation (dead skin cell removal) – FYI this is better than just misting the toner on your skin (which I know feels like a time saver but it is not a “skin saver!)

When hot outside, you can refrigerate your skin care toner for a cooling treatment after cleansing. But don’t put it in the fridge if that makes it more likely for you to forget or not take the time to get it!

If you found this information helpful, let us know! If you have any medical conditions, please consult your medical professional before following any of my suggestions here.

Questions, thoughts? You can call/text at (847) 502-8394, email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or find me on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert). We look forward to helping you and your family have Comfort For Life! Elizabeth & Kris Gronert

 

 

Glowing, Nourished Skin Even When Cold and Dry Out!

Want to have glowing, nourished skin even when it is cold and dry out? Here are some “winterizing” tips to prepare your skin:

  1. Use only safe, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic products on your body. Unfortunately, many retail products still contain hazardous ingredients because they are cost effective. An example would be quaternium-15 which is a formaldehyde releaser and reliable preservative. It is in many popular products (was in a famous line of Baby Products till 2015!) but is a known carcinogen! Check your product labels! Just because it is expensive or a “brand name” does not mean it is the best or safe.
  2. I know the air is colder but try not to raise the temperature of the water you use in the bath or shower. The hotter the water, the more it dries out your skin!20160110_105110
  3. Exfoliate and remove the dead skin flakes so any products you apply will make a difference. Otherwise, when you apply moisturizers they will hydrate the skin flakes that are about to fall off….and your living skin will miss out on being nourished! Use a fresh synthetic mitt or cloth in the shower with a moisturizing bath bar or body wash. I have 7 so I can use fresh each day and then place in the washer – just like you would a washcloth. They should not be used multiple times without a good wash. I recommend synthetic over a loofah or pumice because natural fibers cannot be cleaned effectively and definitely not disinfected. Natural fibers like a loofah are more likely to stay damp longer and grow microorganisms that are not good for anyone’s skin but especially bad if you are immunocompromised in any way. If you are not used to exfoliating (physical cloth rubbing skin to remove dead skin cells) you may want to start with an older, rough washcloth and then in a few weeks try using one of the synthetic washcloths. I used the exfoliating gloves when I was younger but find them a bit rough for my over-50 skin now. (Exfoliating cloth/mitt is the best treatment for those bumps many people get on the back of their upper arm combined with hydrating body wash, then apply protective lotion/cream/oil over the moist skin.)20160109_150612
  4. Another option for exfoliation are some of the wonderful salt, sugar and blend scrubs available. I prefer to use these products in the bath so the wonderful, healing ingredients can absorb nicely into the skin after your scrub. Really wonderful if you can find a kind soul to scrub your back too! Currently my two favorites are made by Seacret. The Dead Sea Salt is an excellent exfoliators with healing benefits. The Milk & Honey has essential oils that leave skin dewy after the salt polish. 20160104_090817
  5. The Renew product line is made by one of my favorite online stores. These products are daily miracle workers –  specifically formulated to nourish and help keep skin from drying out while bathing. Guys and gals love this product line because it outperforms doctor recommended Eucerin, absorbs well into the skin and has gentle, healing Melaleuca (tea tree) oil. No girly fragrance for the guys, gentle and safe for babies!
  6. Turn your bath into soothing skin therapy by adding a capful of hydrating, calming bath oil. Add some Epsom salts for a healthy body detox plus the added magnesium and sulfur!
  7. After your bath and shower, best to let yourself air dry and apply your lotion while your skin is still moist. Be sure to use a moisturizer with a protectant so you don’t lose all the moisture in your skin back into the air. During the really cold or dry months, add your favorite essential oils, almond oil or other oils to boost the healing and sealing power! Lots of evidence that a relaxing bath, helps one have a good night’s sleep – proper sleep helps the skin look and feel it’s best too!

Using these tips your skin will be polished and nourished – ready for the cold and dry season. With skin being your largest organ, consider using these tips year round to keep it healthy and protecting you at peak performance.

If you found this information helpful, let us know! If you have any medical conditions, please consult your medical professional before following any of my suggestions here.

Questions, thoughts? You can call/text at (847) 502-8394, email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or find me on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert). We look forward to helping you and your family have Comfort For Life! Elizabeth & Kris Gronert

Cracked Heels Treatment that Works!

Are cracked, tender heels a problem for you or someone you love? Here are a few quick tips that successfully have helped others treat the cracked skin on heels. The cracked, dried skin took time to develop and it will take diligent discipline to nourish the heel skin back to supple health.

If the cracks on the heel are open or bleeding, priority must be to help them heal. If there are medical conditions like Diabetes, please consult your medical professional first regarding any broken skin on your feet! Only use products that are  toxin & carcinogen free . Be sure to avoid any allergens and gluten if you or the person you are caring for are sensitive!  Apply an antibacterial & antifungal healing ointment to the areas that are affected until healed. Sometimes, soaking the feet in a gentle, non-detergent bath with Epsom salts and bath oil will aid in healing the skin.  We have had excellent results with a product from one of our favorite stores called MelaGel – however, it contains wheat germ oil and is not gluten free. Using a pure Melaleuca essential oil also works well under lotion or ointment.  Melaleuca oil is a natural anti-inflammatory with antibacterial, antifungal qualities. It is also a natural antihistamine to reduce any swelling and redness. Apply the MelaGel or Melaleuca oil with a protecting lotion/cream/oil to the areas needing healing and cover with a white or undyed sock. Apply twice daily to speed healing.

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Once the open cracks have healed, we can now work to improve the skin tissue of the heel. Soak the feet in a tub with a soothing non-detergent bath oil – add essential oils  (Melaleuca, Lavender, Frankinsense are great ones to try!) and Epsom salts for added benefit. Once the skin has softened, follow the directions below the picture to gently exfoliate the heel using a pedicure paddle. Our favorite is Swedish Clover Föt File imported by Flowery.0 20150401_140848This paddle has a coarser side (raised nubs) and a smoothing side (horizontal lines). Depending on the thickness of the skin (as we mature the skin thins so be careful to stay on the thick bottom skin of the foot – usually has a yellowish tint.) Do not use this paddle on someone with diabetes or other medical condition without consulting your medical professional first!

For most people, you can start with the coarser side to gently rub the thick skin of the heel (some have this this thick skin on the ball of the foot and big toe) to thin this heavy pad – when it is very thick, it wants to crack. By reducing the thickness, the skin is able to be more pliable. Be sure to stay on the thick padded parts of the heel, ball of foot or big toe at all times. Focus on the areas that want to crack.

Never remove too much skin – the body creates this callous to protect the foot. Start by just a few swipes to soften, then finish by using the smoothing side of the paddle to bring the skin to an even appearance. Always use the smooth side to finish otherwise the body may work quickly to replace this unhealthy thick skin. We suggest keeping the paddle in the shower/bath and use 1-2 times a week for maintenance.

Rinse the feet. While skin is till moist apply ointment, MelaGel or Melaleuca oil to the spots that tend to crack. Then massage the whole foot with lotion/cream. Depending on the lotion/cream you use, an application of oil may be required as a prevent moisture loss. This will help the skin heal and regain its pliable, healthy state.

Application of the products after every bath and shower is suggested to retain the moisture in the skin to eliminate cracked heels forever.

If you found this helpful, please let us know. Just a reminder, if you have any medical condition – please consult them before trying any of our suggested treatments. In this article, we are sharing over three decades of success/experience as a cosmetologist/esthetician. Visit us on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert), send us an email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or call/text at (847) 502-8394. Elizabeth & Kris Gronert bringing you Comfort For Life!

Are you dosing your baby and family with toxins?

Talk about education – these last 3 years I have learned so much about what is in our everyday products and the possible repercussions. Being a single mom, it was hard to afford what I thought were the “finest” baby products but did it to take the best care I could for my son. How disappointing to find out years later that all those baby products had contained quaternium 15…a preservative that is a formaldehyde releaser. This preservative does an excellent job preserving products for long periods of time which is important because large quantities of these products are manufactured and bottled – sometimes outside of the USA – then they sit in a warehouse for months, maybe years before they ever see a store shelf. Not only is quaternium 15 toxic, it is a known carcinogen. Unfortunately, my son has been regularly dosed with formaldehyde most of his life. First by me with the baby products, then continued since many brands of toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorant, body wash, body lotion, skin treatments, hair shampoo, hair gels, fragrance contain formaldehyde as the preservative.

Are you dosing your baby and family with toxins? Life is busy and for many this just doesn’t seem like a “too” important issue. And for some, it may never impact your life. Your health may always be “good” enough that you don’t realize how much better you might feel every day if you rid yourself of these toxins. But for many people we work with who have sensitivities, auto-immune disease, allergies or are just plain educated – they know that formaldehyde and whole slew of other toxins, poisons and carcinogens are in most products in the grocery store. They have learned to read labels and know what to avoid. Your skin is your largest organ and it is very effective at absorbing what is placed on it or is in the air around it.

It is disturbing when I meet with moms and they share that they know they should be concerned about what is in the products they bring into their home for their family but it just doesn’t worry them at the moment. So tragic when they contact me months or years later when a family member is diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, autism, allergies, asthma, autoimmune disease or even cancer. Priorities change real quick then.

It’s even more challenging when I meet pregnant moms who are very careful about what they put in their mouths. But unreceptive to thinking about the everyday products they are using and the impact that these products may be having on their unborn baby. Once the baby is born they are very selective about laundry detergent, baby care products and would never use toxic cleaners around their babies. However, while they are pregnant, they continue to use their laundry detergents with toxins and carcinogenic preservatives….which leave residues in their clothing/bedding/towels that their skin absorbs, especially when they perspire. They use body washes, lotions, deodorants, hair products, toothpaste, mouthwash, cosmetics on their bodies which absorb the toxins within 24 seconds into their bloodstream which is their baby’s bloodstream. They continue to use the poisonous cleaning products around their home which they breathe in and absorb through their skin. So they are diligent about what they place into their mouths but seem to think everthing else they use or come into contact with has no impact.

So please, think just for a moment – are you dosing your baby or your family with unnecessary toxins, poisons and carcinogens with the every day products that you use? You do have options…and believe it or not, these options will likely save you money over the store you are shopping at right now.

If you found this helpful, please let us know. Send us an email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or call/text at (847) 502-8394. Elizabeth & Kris Gronert bringing you Comfort For Life!

Crazy Busy Is The New Normal

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In the last few years, I have been noticing that most people have gone from busy to CRAZY BUSY. We are scheduled tightly from morning to night with an abundance of important activities. The busiest people seem to be parents, especially working moms. When working with families, I find that crazy busy is the new normal….that people are struggling to keep up….which is stressful. It also makes it tough to eat right, exercise and get enough sleep.

What to do? Well, I will admit to feeling overwhelmed on a regular basis – especially since my health has been a bit compromised since a car accident last year….here are some strategies that have calmed me and may work for you too! One thing my husband does is if he sees me doing something that may not be a top priority, he gently asks if that is really the most important thing on my list. At first it used to irk me but after a while, even when he is not around I can hear Kris’ voice in my head as I ask myself if I am working on the most urgent or have I become distracted…..follow the steps below to make your plan and then stick to the plan;-)

First – Write it Down on a Calendar! Put the non-negotiables on your calendar and TIME BLOCK! This means mark out the required amount of time on the calendar. Helps us to be realistic about what we really can get done each day. For me this includes the times I want to work since I am self-employed. Next, add in the appointments/commitments for yourself and the family.  Some families create a family calendar so everybody knows where the others will be and/or if they are available. This can be done on a big calendar on a wall or on something like Google Calendar on everyone’s phone. I put my exercise on my calendar. To stay healthy or in my case keep working towards feeling better, exercise has become a non-negotiable. I also mark out times for meal prep, meals, quiet time and walking the dog!

Second – Prioritize – List what is most urgent each day – read Stephen Covey’s Book on 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. I know I am due a reread!! He has a great system on how to label each task so you know what order they need to be completed. I make myself do the projects that are the most difficult first – otherwise I will procrastinate. Many times I build a reward into getting certain things done I don’t enjoy…or maybe you need to reward yourself when you get to the gym 3 times a week. I reward myself with a No-Chip Manicure every other week – keeps me on track….and I don’t have to fuss with my nails – one less thing for me to do and it makes me happy. The reward has to be something you want in order for it to work!

Which brings us to – Third – what can you delegate or get help with? It was hard for my husband to understand that I would rather take another appointment than clean our house. Cleaning the house also exhausted me and generally I was doing it at warp speed before a meeting in our home that I needed to be energized and prepared for. After a few of those meetings where I was fatigued instead of jazzed for my team, I learned that it makes great sense to have help cleaning my home! I also have had help cooking meals, walking the dog, and shopping for about everything we purchase. I am a small business owner so I always look for another small business to shop or have services from. I employ small business people who are affordable and offer awesome customer service. Nothing like having items delivered to your door. Many people think these services will cost more from the local business person than the “Big Box” stores but in most cases, you will save money….and more important to most of us, SAVE TIME! Plus the bonus of supporting people in your network and neighborhood.

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I found this picture on Facebook and post it whenever I can to help remind everyone to shop with their family member, friend, neighbor before going to the mall. Now one more step before running out to “the store” – CALL ME! I have people that Kris and I Know, Like and TRUST who will serve you! Reliable, personable and affordable professionals who will help you shop, cook amazing meals plus can help/have expertise with dietary concerns, clean your home, do your hair/nails, massage therapists to relieve stress, plan special events, take pictures, help you with scrapbooks, fix your computer, teach you how to use your phone, coach you how to effectively exercise for lasting results, share how to sleep better; it is quite an extensive directory of services and products to help you fight the fact that crazy busy is the new normal. Please leverage our resources to simplify your life!

Call Elizabeth & Kris Gronert at (847) 502-8394, email at Elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or message on Facebook. Let us share how to have more Comfort For Life!

Have healthy skin, hair and nails even in the cold weather!

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If you are at all like me, the chill in the air has definitely had an impact on my body! Not only does it make it harder to get up in the morning…. my skin feels drier, my scalp starts to flake, my hair is fly-away and my heels threaten to crack. No worries – there are some simple, safe things you can do now to have healthy skin, hair and nails through the cold weather season!

First, at least once a week, take the time to savor a bath. Use a bath oil designed for dry skin that will nourish sensitive skin and leave it feeling restored. A bath is less drying (especially with the healing oil) than a shower – if you skin is especially dry, choose a bath over a shower. After soaking in the bath, use a foot paddle or pumice stone to remove dead skin cell accumulation on your heels, toes (knees and elbows if it is tough and dry there, too!) I have a favorite one that is available for the public to purchase.

After your bath, if possible exit the water and “drip dry” for a minute or so. Apply a skin lotion over the remaining water  that has great nutrition for your skin and a lasting sealant to keep the moisture in your skin. I have finally found one product that does both….there are many great lotions out there that hydrate but may not always have the ability to effectively seal in moisture…which means if the air is dryer than your skin, your skin will release the moisture back into the air (you will know if your lotion has low sealing qualities if your skin feels fabulous after you apply lotion but feels very dry about an hour or so later.)  It is possible to use a great hydrator and then a separate effective sealant to accomplish the desired result of well plumped skin that stays that way!

Second, the night before shampooing your hair, apply a tea tree or other healing oil to the areas of the scalp that tend to flake – some have this year round, I tend to only have it when the weather changes. I part my hair in the areas that flake around my face and apply a cooling balm of my favorite tea tree oil blend. In the morning, I shampoo with a tea tree oil shampoo – be sure to massage the scalp with the tea tree infused shampoo, allowing the shampoo to stay on the scalp a few minutes when sudsing other parts of the body in shower or soaking in the tub! If you use conditioner, be sure to massage the conditioner into your scalp to finish this invigorating scalp treatment! Many hair experts feel that great looking hair can only happen when you have a “happy” and healthy scalp (will slow down hair loss too!) Most people wash their hair (and scalp) too much…so if your hair is just flat and needs body or to be “fluffed” up – just wet down the hair and restyle instead of washing it!

To prevent hair fly-away, use the now popular Moroccan oil, a fabulous leave-in conditioner or shine treatment on the hair as a finish to help the hair resist static and have incredible shine….. very important for those of us over 40 or with colored hair that doesn’t always have that natural shine! I have found a number of awesome oils and lotions designed to be used on naturally curly and ethnic hair that work well to keep hair manage-able and looking healthy. Many ways to accomplish this – can’t wait to chat with you about the best one for you!

While on the phone keep a cuticle oil and hand cream handy. I also keep one in my car! At this time of year your nails and cuticles need that extra treatment! Apply a nourishing, age-defying cream to the hands and cuticles.  Then seal in with a great cuticle cream or oil. If you are not too tired at night, do the same for your feet and toes (especially treating your heels if they tend to crack!)

Don’t forget to wear your gloves! It really makes a difference!

It only takes 21 days to create new habits….happy to help you accomplish a few new routines to have you feeling and looking your best! If you found this information helpful, let us know! If you have any medical conditions, please consult your medical professional before following any of my suggestions here.

Questions, thoughts? You can call/text at (847) 502-8394, email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or find me on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert). We look forward to helping you and your family have Comfort For Life! Elizabeth & Kris Gronert

Ideas to Help “Hot” Sleepers or During Menopause Sleep More Comfortable

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I don’t know who was suffering from my menopause more – Kris or me? I was waking up every hour to two hours kicking off covers from being warm and then waking up shivering and covering up. I rarely had more than 2 hours of sleep at a time…..We both would wake up in the morning exhausted. We were plain old fashioned sleep deprived with poor Kris constantly being disturbed by me. I am so glad we met 10 years ago before all this “old lady nonsense!”

For immediate help for those who tend to perspire or “flash” while sleeping ( I know many people who are not in menopause but perspire when they sleep who will benefit from these suggestions), let’s look at the bedding first – the layers on your bed DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! On top of our mattress we have a featherbed – I had always thought that I was allergic to feathers and down….but have learned that today’s products (bought from a reputable resource and paying a reasonable price) are super clean….I had been staying at Westin Hotels – asking for a fiber-filled pillow but sleeping on the rest of the “Heavenly” bed down & feather layers…..with no symptoms. I now sleep on a down pillow and a featherbed….which allows air to circulate underneath me. The down actually “breathes”….it pulls the heat away from my body (and if you are cold, it will warm you up…a featherbed will help two people with different body temperatures sleep together successfully. Sounds hard to believe but now we have helped dozens of couples “enjoy” sleeping together again!) If you truly have a feather allergy, there are many synthetic products being made available today that will circulate air around and under the body. The way down and these other products support and cradle your body is very comforting. It definitely helps me “get to sleep.” Next, invest in high -quality Bamboo Sheets and Pajamas (more Bamboo fabric content than cotton is what you are looking for)…or find one of the many “cool” fabrics available now in bedding and sleeping apparel. (An up and coming fabric is being made from Eucalyptus!) These fabrics were originally developed for people to work out in and then people realized that these fabrics were fabulous for those who perspire while sleeping! You won’t believe how much better you will feel!

For additional immediate help, I experimented with top quality, pure essential oils. I have found that rubbing Vetiver Oil on the soles of my feet, then a custom blend of oils that encourages deep relaxation on my wrists before crawling under the covers helps me relax and get to sleep. Some mist their pillowcase or bedding with Lavender or other relaxing essential oil or natural essences to promote sleep. I also have a natural supplement for relaxation that I take if I happen to wake up around 3-4 AM and feel like I may not go back to sleep. The product I use is all natural and it helps me get relax back to sleep for a few more hours….and able to wake up refreshed in the morning! (Beware of synthetic supplements or essential oils – they are not good for you! May even have toxic effects!)

For those going through menopause, the sleep issues may be helped by a visit to your doctor. There are prescriptions and natural supplements that do help! I encourage you to consult with your doctor before adding any supplements into your routine, especially if you are taking other prescriptions, under a doctor’s care or have medical issues. I chose the natural supplement route….and it did take some time to build up and have an effect in my body. I added a menopausal support supplement as recommended (one in the morning, one at dinner)…..as I started the second bottle (month) I wondered if I would feel any benefit. You can tell how patient I am, huh!

As usual, patience is a virtue and five weeks after taking this supplement as recommended, I slept 6 hours straight through the night. When I woke up Kris and I looked at each other! He asked me in amazement “is this the first time you have woken up?” Yes it was…..and I have continued to sleep soundly ever since that night. No more flashes. No more tossing and turning. I feel so much better and so lucky to have found this relief……Kris is thrilled too;-) Nothing like a good night’s sleep!

This was a good reminder that sometimes it takes more than just a week or two for a supplement, good nutrition and/or essential oils to help! Commitment and consistency is important in all we value!

If you found this information helpful, let us know! If you have any medical conditions, please consult your medical professional before following any of my suggestions here.

Questions, thoughts? You can call/text at (847) 502-8394, email at elizabeth@yourcomfortforlife.com or find me on Facebook (Elizabeth Anthony Gronert). We look forward to helping you and your family have Comfort For Life! Elizabeth & Kris Gronert