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In this episode of The Autoimmune Hour, we welcome Alissa Frazier, Health Coach, Therapist, Exercise Consultant, and a Thriver with Multiple Sclerosis. Alissa believes MS doesn’t have to stop you from having an extraordinary life.
Now, she’s on a mission to show people with MS that life is not over after diagnosis. After chatting with Alissa, I realized that Alissa’s experience and tips for thriving with MS can help us regardless of our diagnosis. Just some of what she shares with us is
• Her personal MS transformation that went against all odds
• Why working with your Emotional Nervous System is a missing link in a recovery
• How to improve body function and symptom management through a brain-body connection
• Why hope is an essential ingredient to heal and how to change the way of looking at your diagnosis, and so much more…
More About Our Guest: Alissa Frazier is the founder of LissMS, which offers a unique three-pronged approach to healing Multiple Sclerosis, which includes a nutrient-dense whole foods diet, stress reduction, and neuro-centered movement. She went from being labeled as having aggressive MS and “giant” lesions on her brain to having very few symptoms today. Alissa used her diagnosis as a wake-up call and knew there had to be a better way to recover. Now she combines her experience as a patient and a practitioner to create individual holistic protocols that help her clients improve their symptoms, feel better, and create a healthy lifestyle they love. You can find more about Alissa and her work at https://liss-ms.com/.
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