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Lydia Proschinger Why Quick Fix Solutions Don’t Work

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Many people who are struggling to improve their health often seek a quick fix solution for something that has taken years to create, if not an entire lifetime. This can apply to everything from obesity, cardio vascular diseases, diabetes, smoking, drug dependency, alcoholism and other lifestyle related health conditions.

Most people fail to recognize that these issues did not happen overnight nor will they be resolved in a short space of time. They require guidance from an expert that can help them bring about the necessary changes needed to restore their health in addition to appropriate medical advice.

This choice is something that has proven to be effective as opposed to simply popping some pills or following another fad diet.  This has become a more sought after alternative that can actually bring about a permanent lifestyle change needed in order to develop healthy habits. One very popular and effective method is called Emotional Freedom Techniques. This healing modality has been used by high profile personalities, corporate executives, celebrities and athletes for years as a valuable tool to cope with the stresses that arise from high pressure lifestyles.

In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Advanced Energy Psychology Practitioner, Lydia Proschinger. Lydia is a life coach, advanced (level 3) EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Matrix Reimprinting practitioner, experienced in working with clients on emotional challenges and serious health conditions such as trauma, phobias, and addiction. Lydia has made it her mission to prevent avoidable lifestyle related diseases who has dedicated her life to help people implement the changes they need for a lifestyle change as opposed to a quick fix type solution.

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