Today I have energy everyday and that’s because I embarked on a four-year programme of dedicated research into ME
Don’t invest time and energy learning to live with ME, learn to live without it instead. That is the heartfelt advice of Michelle Greaves, who suffered from the condition for three years.
Anyone whose life has been touched by ME will be familiar with Michelle’s struggle: the debilitating exhaustion, anxiety and inability to concentrate followed by periods of relatively good health, only for the physically and psychologically-draining cycle to begin again.
Worrying about what the next day would hold was a constant feature of university life for Michelle, and fainting at the wheel of her car was her lowest point.
Michelle was locked in to the boom and bust energy patterns of a condition that can turn active, positive and happy individuals into quiet, weak and vulnerable people who find it difficult to function on a day-to-day basis.
Now the London-based specialist, whose family home is in Congleton, Cheshire has beaten ME - and she has dedicated her life to help others do the same.
Not only that, she is an entertaining, passionate and informed expert, happy to talk about her own experiences to help others and to improve awareness of ME.
For years, Michelle battled with an illness that seemed to have no end. Mainstream guidance was inadequate, she found – something she vowed to change.
Doctors, charities and support websites told her to learn to live with the condition, but she refused to believe this was the way it had to be. Michelle spent more over £15,000 on research, supplements, seeing a range of health practitioners, detoxes and taking courses around the world to help with her recovery. This research, combined with an unfailingly positive attitude and an unstoppable belief that she would beat ME, resulted in Michelle taking her health into her own hands and getting her life back on track.
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From her own experiences, Michelle concluded that pumping herself full of drugs was having little effect, while a natural approach delivered positive, long-lasting results.
Michelle says: “You are told that this condition has no cure and it is something you need to learn to manage, but throughout, I was determined never to give up and one day be free of ME.
"Today I have energy everyday and that’s because I embarked on a four-year programme of dedicated research into ME. I discovered the secrets of bringing balance into my life.
“Helping others to transform their lives in this way has become my mission and I am now dedicated to sharing my secrets with them. My theory is that ME isn’t something you should learn to live with, but something you should learn to live without.”
Michelle now runs the ME Recovery Programmes to enable other ME sufferers to get their lives back. This begins with a three-day course in Congleton, Cheshire in November. The course helps attendees understand ME and its root causes, and it gives them the tools to make a full recovery. As part of the Recovery Programme, Michelle also does scientific testing specific to fatigue-related conditions and three months of support following the course via phone and email.
The Congleton course runs from November 25 to 27 at the Alexandra Court Boutique Hotel. There will be a maximum of 10 participants, and it sets out an integrated approach for anyone suffering from ME, looking for Fibromyalgia cure, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Adrenal Exhaustion.
Attendees will learn not only how to deal with chronic fatigue, but also how to overcome it completely by a combination of turning negative thoughts into positive ones and making changes to health and lifestyle.
Michelle emphasises there are no magic wands to cure people, but the course teaches people the five steps to health that can be used to overcome ME for good. She is proof that a positive attitude and expert guidance can help you live your life and follow your dreams.
Notes for Editors
A trained hypnotherapist and life coach, Michelle is qualified in Neuro Linguistic Programming and Emotional Freedom Technique, and she is completing a Nutritional Therapy degree at the University of Westminster.
Michelle is an enthusiastic, knowledgeable and engaging speaker and she is available for print and broadcast interviews. To arrange an interview, please contact:
The cost of the 3 month Recovery Programme is £597. The dates of the next 3 day courses are:
- 25th / 26th / 27th November 2011
- 23rd / 24th / 25th March 2012
- 22nd / 23rd / 24th June 2012
Further background information can be found at http://www.michellegreaves.com
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