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Heal with Ease is a family owned and run business based in Country New South Wales, Australia.
Over the past 10 years we have helped many people regain health for themselves, their children and pets.

Our work combines muscle testing with energy remedies to identify the load the body is carrying in the form of bacterias, viruses, chemicals, toxins, emotional and physical traumas, etc and where that load is affecting the internal functions of the body and the natural healing processes.

Then using the indicated remedies we can clear and heal the issues assisting the body back to good health.

We can muscle testing using a photo which allows us to work with people and animals all around the world.

We also offer a great range of energy remedies to help you manage day to day issues. Check out our SHOP website for more information. All our remedies come with full support.

If you need help choosing the right remedy or support using with ones you have on hand, just drop us a message.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Tongue Tied Babies and Children


This is an article I've been wanting to write for some time and now with the help of my Assistant Nicole, we've finally got it ready to go.

Over the past 18 months, we have been seeing an epidemic in tongue-tied babies.  Every client who has a baby born in their family, I've been pushing them to get the doctors and nurses to check the baby isn't tongue-tied.  The reason I'm making such a big deal about this, is because it is a big deal.  If a baby leaves the hospital tongue tied and the mother doesn't know, she will be struggling to breast feed her baby, the baby will be colicky, constantly hungry and not be putting on weight.  All very disconcerting for a new mum and it makes them feel useless and helpless.

I've been that mum.  Not for this reason but for many other reasons I struggled as a first time mum and my support network wasn't great and I ended up with post-natal depression.  This is a situation I would do anything to help others avoid.

Added to this problem is that most Doctors and Nurses in the maternity wards don't appear to know how to pick up tongue tie issues.  The mum will do either one of two things - battle on and eventually put the baby on a bottle (either expressed breast milk or formula) or consult a lactation specialist which in my experience are quite good at identifying tongue tie and then guiding the mother to having the issue resolved.

It's not just the feeding issue that we have to worry about with tongue tie.  As the child grows they can have issues with speech because they can't get full range of motion with their tongue.  Some can't eat properly.  Clicky and painful jaw.  Migraines.  Then the effects of these things on self confidence and socially interacting, which then leads to emotional trauma and possible depression.

We can't fix this issue with remedies after the baby is born but we are noticing that babies born from our existing clients that had plans prior to and during the pregnancy aren't having this issue so it might be an inherited/genetic fault.  We can help with recovery from having the issue surgically fixed.

Snipping a tight frenulum (the thin membrane under the tongue, causing the issue) in young babies is a simple procedure that takes only a second or two. No anaesthetic is needed. The baby usually breastfeeds straight after the procedure.  This has to be done with the baby is very young which is why I push for identification as soon as possible.  In our local hospital (Inverell) we have an excellent doctor that is also a surgeon and he checks every baby he delivers the day after delivery and will snip the frenulum without drama.

Below is information taken directly from the internet about this issue.  I hope this article is of use to you and can help you or someone you know.

Tongue-Tie

Tongue-tie also known as ‘Ankyloglossia’ or ‘anchored tongue’ – is a common but often overlooked condition and occurs when the thin piece of skin under the baby's tongue (the lingual frenulum) restricts the movement of the tongue. In some cases the tongue is not free or mobile enough for the baby to attach properly to the breast. Tongue-tie occurs in about 5% of people. It is three times more common in males than females and can run in families.
The frenum is tissue left over from the time the foetus was developing in the mother’s womb and which would normally reduce to insignificance before birth. In the first 3 months of life, the face becomes differentiated into its various parts, and the frenum is what is left of the tissues that should have disappeared as the oral areas are formed. Such vestigial structures are not uncommon, and ‘webbing’, as it is sometimes called, can occur between upper or lower lips and gums, cheeks and gums as well as in tongue tie.






 Genetic factors

Tongue tie often runs in families. Some relatives may only have mild effects or no apparent symptoms while others show a severe impact on structure and function. As this strong familial tendency exists, parents may also notice a similarity to other relatives with tongue tie, especially in the older child. The similarities observed may include postures of lips and tongue, habits of speech, and shapes of the nose and face.

Tongue tie sometimes occurs together with other congenital conditions which affect the structure of the mouth, such as cleft lip or palate. It can also occur together with conditions such as severe hearing loss or cerebral palsy.

Appearance

All tongue ties do not look alike – adding to the difficulty of spotting them. They can be thin and membranous, thick and white, short, long or wide, extending from the margin of the tongue all the way to the lower front teeth, or so short and tight that they make a web connecting the tongue to the floor of the mouth.

When they extend to the margin of the tongue, they cause a heart-shaped look at the front of the tongue and no tongue tip can be seen. When they extend across the floor of the mouth they cause pain when the tongue is elevated. They can cause separation or inward tilting of the incisors.

A baby with a tongue tie will look different from an older child with the same condition.


Diagnosis

In making a diagnosis of tongue tie, the two traditional criteria have been acute malnourishment or misarticulation of tongue tip sounds such as ‘t’, ‘d’, and ‘n’.

However, there are several other factors which can be attributed to the limitations of lingual ability that accompany a tongue tie and these should be considered in any assessment of whether a tongue tie exists and whether surgical intervention is warranted. The other factors include:
  • Appearance of the tongue and its movements.
  • Maternal factors including pain, nipple injury, blocked ducts or mastitis during breastfeeding.
  • Infant factors including low weight, vomiting and gagging.
  • Lack of lingual mobility which affects speed and accuracy of tongue movements.
  • Eating difficulties caused by poor coordination of oral musculature.
  • Dribbling – which is prolonged.
  • Dental problems which are severe and wide ranging.
  • Speech which is unclear due to several aspects, especially coordination.

If it is deemed that a tongue-tie is interfering with breastfeeding, then release (snipping) of the tight frenulum can improve the baby's ability to breastfeed.

Snipping a tight frenulum in young babies is a simple procedure that takes only a second or two. No anaesthetic is needed. The baby usually breastfeeds straight after the procedure.

Surgical Options

There are four options available in the choice of interventions in cases of tongue tie:
  • Snipping the frenum (sometimes referred to as ‘frenotomy’) of neonates.Surgical revision of the frenum (sometimes referred to as ‘frenulectomy’, or ‘frenuloplasty’) under a general anaesthetic at or after 6 months of age
  • Revision of the frenum by laser without a general anaesthetic.
  • Revision by electrocautery using a local anaesthetic.

All these methods are equally successful when used in appropriate circumstances.

Consequences of untreated tongue-tie

The consequences of an untreated tongue tie can be many and varied, depending largely on the age of the subject and the severity of the condition. The demands made on us increase as we grow older, and our environment becomes less forgiving of mistakes. Delay in treatment, therefore, can have very negative consequences.

For Infants

Inability to breastfeed successfully in the presence of a tongue tie can cause a variety of challenges for the infant, the mother and the family. For the baby, these may include:
  • Impact on milk supply
  • Termination of breastfeeding
  • The baby failing to thrive
  • Poor bonding between baby and mother
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Problems with introducing solids

The maternal experience of breastfeeding a tongue-tied baby may include:
  • Pain
  • Nipple damage, bleeding, blanching or distortion of the nipples
  • Mastitis, nipple thrush or blocked ducts
  • Severe pain with latch or losing latch
  • Sleep deprivation caused by the baby being unsettled
  • Depression or a sense of failure

For Children

Children with a tongue tie have to contend with difficulties which may only be discovered as they grow older. These can include:
  • Inability to chew age appropriate solid foods
  • Gagging, choking or vomiting foods
  • Persisting food fads
  • Difficulties related to dental hygiene
  • Persistence of dribbling
  • Delayed development of speech
  • Deterioration in speech
  • Behaviour problems
  • Dental problems starting to appear
  • Loss of self confidence because they feel and sound ‘different’
  • Strong, incorrect habits of compensation being acquired

For Adults

What adults have to contend with is very much the result of old habits of compensation for inadequate tongue mobility. The areas of difficulty spread to include social and domestic situations, self-esteem, the work environment, and dental health.  Thus it is seen that the consequences of unrepaired tongue tie do not reduce with time – instead, more difficulties are experienced as time passes.

The specific challenges an adult with a tongue tie may face include:
  • Inability to open the mouth widely affects speech and eating habits.
  • Always having to watch their speech
  • Inability to speak clearly when talking fast/loud/soft
  • Difficulty talking after even moderate amounts of alcohol
  • Clicky jaws
  • Pain in the jaws
  • Migraine
  • Protrusion of the lower jaws, inferior prognathism.
  • Multiple effects in work situations.
  • Effects on social situations, eating out, kissing, relationships
  • Dental health, a tendency to have inflamed gums, and increased need for fillings and extractions
  • Sensitivity about personal appearance
  • Emotional factors resulting in rising levels of stress
  • Tongue tie in the elderly often makes it difficult to keep a denture in place.





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Monday, 15 August 2016

British Blue cat with terrible itch - helped naturally

This testimonial comes from Mel Hill.  We started working with Mel's beautiful British Blue cat Emily in February 2016.  We ran 5 healing plans on her from February through to May and not only has she overcome her terrible skin and ear infections but also some major fear issues.

Firstly Cathy, thank you for your patience and persistence in helping our much loved British Blue Emily work through a difficult time.

As you know we give our cats a clean and healthy diet and environment. However Emily had a persistent itching and scratching problem that caused many severe sores and unhappiness.

We tried several different natural therapies as well as traditional vet care and nothing worked. A close friend referred us to you and we can't be more grateful. While it took several plans to work through Emily's issues we saw improvement each time.

If anyone out there is considering Heal with Ease's services I highly recommend it even if it takes some time to work through things.

Our Emily has now grown all her fur back, has no more sores or itching and is handling life stresses with much more ease (we just moved across the country and she handled it fantastically). She is back to her playful, cuddly, purring, happy self.

After everything we tried over the years, I feel that your healing plans were the turning point in Emily's healing.

Thanks again Eric & Cathy.



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Friday, 24 June 2016

Life, Love and Healing

This post is really about my musings of what is happening our life, with our family and our healing work. 

Did you have a plan for your life after school?  I did until about two years before I finished.  My family life was not conducive to staying at school and finishing my senior years, so I left at year 10, 15 years old.  I look at our 15 year old and can't imagine her out in the big world yet.

Eric on the other hand had a definite plan for his life.  He is a country boy, grew up on a sheep and cattle property near Inverell, in Northern NSW and as far as he was concerned he would be there until he died.  Doing what he loved, helping run the family farm, keeping stock healthy, living his dream.

I have learned in my nearly 46 years that life doesn't often turn out how we expect it to.  I'm a great believer in fate, I always have been since I was a little girl.  I used to think there was someone controlling our lives and the paths we were set on and I still believe that.

Neither Eric or I would have chosen to be the Healers we are today.  Never in a million years would we believe that we had something so amazing to offer the world, and yet here we are.  Every day we get up and give our thanks to fate, The Universe, God, whatever you want to call the higher power, for the path we have been led down.

I give thanks every day, say how grateful I am for the people in my life - Eric, Jay, Hannah and Brock, our amazing home, our incredible life and the journey that bought us to now.  I am also grateful every day for every challenge that I have had to work through.  I'm sure I didn't think they were blessings at the time but now I can see how every single one has helped me to grow and learn and become the person and Healer that I am today.  Every challenge has allowed me to help our clients accept and move through the challenges that they share with me on a daily basis.

I am a very grateful person.

If you have been working with us for a while, you probably know that I struggle with burnout every 3-4 months.  I just have to run away from the pain and struggling I see so much of, just for a few days, sometimes a couple of weeks.

At the end of May we had our annual family holiday and headed to Cairns for two weeks to show our kids (not really kids, they are all beautiful, amazing teenagers) Northern Qld and especially The Great Barrier Reef.  It was an amazing experience to share this beautiful part of the world with the most special people in the world to me.

For the most part our clients were very respectful of the desperately needed break we took and for that I am again, very grateful.

Some amazing things have happened since we returned.  Amazing things happen in our office quite regularly and I think this is what drives both Eric and myself to grow in our learning, testing, searching for answers for the health issues that our clients present us with constantly.  Some clients say they are 'problem clients' but it is these people that push us to look deeper into issues and learn and grow.  They are definitely not problem clients in our eyes. :)

So the amazing things.

We don't advertise our work anymore.  It's too far out there to advertise randomly and expect any response.  All our work comes via our existing clients.  Clients that have seen and experienced the results of our healing work.  They share our name, our website, our cards and flyers with people they know and people they have just met in a effort to help people live their lives healthily and to potential.  For our amazing clients and their willingness to share our work, even though they probably don't fully understand it, I am so grateful.

So, Tina in Northern Qld shared our card with a friend and Biodynamic peer about 12 months ago.  John had been bitten by a Brown Snake 20 years ago and was gravely ill.  He had multiple doses of antivenin which no doubt saved his life but he hadn't been well in all those years.  Sometimes he was more unwell than others but he never was well again.  Anyway it must have all gotten the better of him, or he stumbled across the card Tina had given him last year and decided it was time.  Everyone has to come to our work in their own time.  

He gave us a call and dropped us an email.  When you decide you want to move on something you try every form of contact I suspect.  I explained what we did, asked him to send a photo and we tested him immediately for a plan.  He was very unwell but we decided not to put him on an express plan in case his body just couldn't cope with healing at such speed.  So the first day he received his first remedy.  It was a vibration remedy of brown snake poisoning - essentially an energetic version of the antivenin he received 20 years ago.  

I've never seen a new client respond to a remedy so quickly.  He rang us at 8am the next morning bouncing out of his skin.  He had already been up for a few hours and been out to feed his stock.  His wife was a little flabbergasted I think.  We suggested John maybe would like to conserve this new energy he had and take life a little steady, for a while.  He hung up after promising he would.  He rang us daily for a week in his excitement to share how well he was feeling.

Another amazing healing.

We started with this client in April 2015.  We'll call him B.  He had had melanoma (skin cancer), lung cancer and at this stage they had found brain tumours in him.  We ran all B's indicated plans and he was back on his horse and feeling good.

A month or so ago his partner asked us to do another plan, prior to more tests I think.  Then part way through the plan he had scans done that showed several brain tumours.  They were going to rescan in a couple of weeks and decide if they would operate.  We continued the plan.  I really have problems with tests being done while we are running plans because things move around and change while the plan does the healing, so unusual test results are common.  The saving thing here was that they were going to scan again before operating.

So last Friday they scanned and determined the tumours were growing.  B went straight in for emergency surgery.  Here's the amazing bit, every tumour they opened was dead inside.  What they were seeing on the scan was scar tissue.  :)  B's partner suggested it was an "I told you so moment".  Never is it an "I told you so moment".  In the same situation I would have done exactly the same thing.  We are absolutely stoked that B's tumours are dead and that he's recovery super quickly, without any dizziness or other symptoms.  That's what it's all about. 

Less amazing generally but so amazing for our client.

Yesterday I was chatting with a new client and asked how she was going with her first plan.  She said she couldn't notice anything past her morning sickness.  We have a great morning sickness remedy so I added that to her treatment yesterday and today, first up this morning, an email came through saying she was feeling amazing for the first time since she fell pregnant. :)  I know, and many of you know the horror of morning or all day sickness with pregnancy.  It really takes the shine off the experience.  I was so pleased I could help her out. 

That's enough from me for today.  I encourage everyone who's experienced healing with us to write a testimonial, even a really short one because it will encourage others who are skeptical to give it a go.  What we do everyday is nothing short of miraculous and I wonder every day why us and of course, I'm so grateful for the journey, the experience and the incredible opportunity to help my fellow man and the animals they love. 

Have a most extraordinary day.  xx




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