A New Way to Feel Seen and Supported – Whole Being Wellness Through Sharlin Health & Neurology

 In Functional Medicine

Are you looking for a new way to feel seen and supported on your health and wellness journey? At Sharlin Health & Neurology, we understand what it takes to make sure you’re able to live life on your own terms. We recognize that everyone has unique healthcare needs, so our team is dedicated to providing comprehensive services tailored specifically to each patient’s unique health requirements. Our approach emphasizes whole-being wellness—a holistic framework rooted in integrative care practices that prioritize the body, mind, and spirit connection in delivering well-rounded outcomes. Let us show you how Sharlin Health & Neurology’s commitment to excellence can improve your quality of life today!


You’re NOT just a number


When you go to seek help, it’s important to feel like you matter. You’re more than just a name on a list or a time slot on a schedule. We want to hear your story and understand what you’re going through. Once we know you, we can offer you different tools to help you. The first step is feeling seen and heard.

Dr. Sharlin is a music expert and gets really passionate when he talks about it. He even had his own music show in college. He’s great with people and enjoys connecting with them. Valerie Sharlin, his partner, is the opposite. She’s full of energy and loves food and movement. 

At Sharlin Health and Neurology, we believe it takes both types to care for a patient. We need the scientist to analyze the data and the energy person to motivate patients. Everyone has unique gifts to bring, and we walk with patients until they’re ready to make changes.


Permission to Feel 


Valerie shares fascinating insights about people with chronic illnesses who begin to doubt things and need proof. For healing, spirituality and faith play a significant role.

Valerie offers coaching and stress management and helps patients make behavioral changes. She also focuses on thought and emotion management to help them feel their best.

It’s concerning to note that many of us have been taught from a young age to suppress our emotions and feelings. The problem with this is that when we push down the negative emotions, we inadvertently push down the positive ones as well, leaving us feeling completely numb. This has a profound impact on our mental and emotional well-being, and it’s important that we take a moment to consider the long-term effects of this approach on our emotional lives. We must learn to embrace and express our emotions in a healthy and constructive way in order to live a fulfilling and authentic life.


“You have to be able to feel grief to feel joy.” Valerie reminds us. 

It’s crucial to recognize that many people have never been given permission to fully experience the range of emotions available to them. This lack of understanding can have a significant impact on their mental and emotional well-being. It’s important to approach this issue with thoughtfulness and concern and help individuals understand that they have a menu of emotions that can be simultaneously felt. By encouraging people to explore and embrace their emotions, we can help them lead more authentic and fulfilling lives.


The 90-Second Cycle 

It’s crucial to recognize that our emotions can have a profound impact on our physical and mental well-being. Valerie’s approach to understanding and managing emotions is grounded in extensive research on the role of cortisol in the body. According to this research, emotions run through a 90-second cycle, during which cortisol is released.

It’s important to take this knowledge and approach it with thoughtfulness and concern. If you’re experiencing a negative emotion, it’s okay to feel it for the full 90 seconds. Allow yourself to feel the intensity of the emotion, and then take a breath of relief. This can be followed by engaging in activities that bring you joy, such as spending time with loved ones or pursuing a hobby.

This approach can be incredibly helpful for people who struggle with managing their emotions. By giving yourself permission to feel emotions in their entirety, you can learn to cope with difficult feelings in a healthy and constructive way. Remember, it’s okay to feel, and with a little bit of practice, you can learn to manage your emotions and lead a more fulfilling life.

The Misconception on Root Cause and Fixing It


It’s important to approach our understanding of the human experience with thoughtfulness and concern. When we view ourselves as whole beings, we can begin to appreciate the complexities and nuances that make us who we are. However, it’s often a common misconception that there is a singular root cause for our experiences and that a simple fix or herb can solve all our problems.

It’s crucial to recognize that this approach to healing and well-being simply does not work that way. Our experiences are multifaceted and complex, and there are rarely simple solutions to complex problems. Rather than searching for a single root cause or quick fix, we must learn to approach our well-being in a holistic and comprehensive manner.

By embracing our whole being and taking a comprehensive approach to our well-being, we can begin to find the solutions that work best for us as individuals. This may involve a combination of approaches, such as therapy, lifestyle changes, or other interventions, tailored to our specific needs and circumstances. Ultimately, it’s only by embracing the complexity and richness of our whole being that we can truly begin to heal and live a fulfilling life.

Every single human has the right to feel seen and supported, regardless of age, race, culture, gender identity, or socioeconomic status. Those seeking holistic health solutions should try exploring these concepts of whole-being wellness here at Sharlin Health & Neurology. It’s a simple concept—understanding how our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual selves can integrate and exist in harmony when nurtured correctly. You don’t have to live your life as just another number in a medical chart; you have autonomy over your own wellbeing.

It’s up to us to begin taking personal responsibility for our own wellness journey by giving ourselves permission to feel whatever emotions come up—after all, it only takes 90 seconds for those feelings to pass. And if we ever feel like our symptoms still persist after doing this? We mustn’t forget: healing isn’t always found in fixing what is broken; it lies in understanding why it broke in the first place. If you’re interested in working with us on your journey towards greater self-care and understanding yourself better than ever before, why not schedule a discovery call today? After all… what do you have to lose?


Are you feeling weighed down by stress and threats to your wellbeing? We hear (and feel!) you. Let’s get together for a free discovery call so we can tailor a plan that brings out the best in YOU! 


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DISCLAIMER:  The information in this email is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content is for general informational purposes only and does not replace a consultation with your own doctor/health professional

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