By: Karrie Beck
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Living and feeling well can mean many different things to many different people. Most are aware that exercise, eating well, reducing stress, along with getting plenty of rest, and visiting the doctor routinely, will help our chances of living and feeling well. But is that enough? Do we really feel well? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the number of drugs ordered or provided in 2013 was over a billion. In 2015, the percentage of people in the U.S. taking at least one therapeutic prescription in the past 30 days was 48.7%, and the percent of doctor visits involving drug therapy was over 74.2%! Do we feel well? It sure doesn’t sound like it.
There are a number of contributing factors affecting peoples’ health. Many are out of their control, including genetics and numerous environmental issues. Although we cannot control all health-related issues, people are seeking out knowledge and solutions beyond the medicine cabinet. Spiritually, naturally, and emotionally, people want to better their lives and they’re beginning to seek alternatives on how they can.
Wesley Proctor, known to many as The Well-Oiled Man, is helping folks do just that. A Michigan native, Wesley earned his degree in forestry and minor in ecology from Michigan Technological University in Houghton, MI. With a love for all things outdoors, including hunting and fishing, Wesley blended together his interests and extensive knowledge of nature and began working in the field of essential oils. Like his mother and grandmother before him, he continued along their path and became a distributor for Young Living, Essential Oils. For nearly seven years now, Wesley has worked and successfully created a team of over 1600 members. Through online and live class offerings, as well as YouTube tutorials and his own blog, Wesley shares the benefits of using oils in our day-to-day lives. His latest series of classes are geared specifically for men and are breaking the stereotypes associated with the idea of essential oils being only for women. Down-to-earth, honest, and real, Wesley can relate to the demands of the times; people are seeking alternatives for bettering their lives.
For more information on how you can contact Wesley Proctor or schedule an appointment, check out the links provided below.
As the next decade approaches, what advancements in health and wellness will we find ourselves in the mist of? Will there be more individuals such as Wesley, who are spreading the word about the power of natural healing? One can only hope.
*The video provided belongs to Wesley Proctor and has no affiliation with Blue Water Healthy Living or GBS Media.